In order to prevent the infection and spread of the new coronavirus, the following measures are being taken at Okayama Castle in accordance with the guidelines provided by the Japan Association of Museums. We ask for your understanding and cooperation in order for you to be able to visit the castle with peace of mind.
- Requests to Visitors
- ・We ask for your cooperation in washing your hands and disinfecting your hands with disinfectant.
- ・Please refrain from entering if you have a fever (37.5 degrees Celsius or higher), cold-like symptoms, or any other physical ailments.
- ・Please cooperate with other visitors in the castle keep by sharing the space between them.
- ・Please refrain from talking to each other inside the keep.
- ・Please refrain from touching materials, display cases, fixtures, and walls.
- ・Admission may be restricted depending on the situation.
- Measures to be taken at the museum
- ・Installation of thermometer.
- ・Alcohol disinfectant solution is provided on each floor.
- ・Thorough disinfection and cleaning of the building, and proper ventilation of the venue
- ・We recommend that staff wear masks.
We provide information on “visiting” and “gathering” at Okayama Castle, including access to the castle and nighttime use.
We introduce the history of Okayama Castle, its features and successive castle lords and you can “learn” about the castle more deeply.
Okayama Castle has been reborn after completion of the “Major Renovations During Reiwa.” Here, we introduce key points about the renovations.
- Map of Honmaru’s Features
- Introduction to features inside Honmaru (main enclosure and keep) of Okayama Castle
- About the Tenshukaku
- Basic information about the Tenshukaku (castle tower), including fees and opening hours
- Bizen-yaki Pottery Studio
- Information about “Bizen-yaki Pottery Studio,” a facility where you can experience making Bizen-yaki pottery by hand, located in the lower level of Okayama Castle
- Introduction to Merchandise Shop and Cafe
- Information about the merchandise shop, “SHOP Kin-ujo” and “UJO cafe” located in the Tenshukaku
- Ujo Park
- Introduction to Ujo Park surrounding Okayama Castle