Toyama Castle Park

An oasis in the city centre where everybody can relax

  • The vast lawns in the square create a calming atmosphere

Located in the centre of Toyama City, Toyama Castle Park offers a striking view of the moat and tower of Toyama Castle, surrounded by lush greenery. The castle was the residence of the Maeda clan of the Toyama Domain in the Edo period (1603-1867), and has now been renovated. Toyama Castle Park is a popular relaxation spot for locals, and is famous for its beautiful cherry blossoms, with throngs of people visiting in spring to admire the reflection of the flowers on the water of the moat. Toyama municipal folk museum (inside the castle tower) and Sato sukeroku memorial art museum can also be found in the park, making it a cultural paradise in addition to its beauty.

  • Stop for a rest by the water

  • The banks of the Matsukawa River are a prime spot for beautiful cherry blossoms

  • The beautiful view of the castle from across the moat

Toyama Castle Park

Address 1 Honmaru, Toyama-shi, Toyama 930-0081
TEL 076-443-2111 (Parks and Greenery Section, Toyama City Government)
Non-trading hours Open every day
Price Free (admission fee applies for Toyama municipal folk museum and Sato sukeroku memorial art museum)
Access 10 minute walk from Toyama Station on the JR Hokuriku Main Line
2 minute walk from the Kokusai-kaigijō-mae stop on the Toyama City Tram Loop Line (CEMTRAM)
2 minute walk from the Joshi-koen-mae stop or 4 minute walk from the Sogawa stop with the Toyama Chitetsu Bus service
Approx. 20 minutes by shuttle bus from Toyama Kitokito Airport to the Joshi-koen-mae stop
Approx. 15 minutes by car from the Toyama Interchange on the Hokuriku Expressway
Parking Use the underground parking area at Toyama Castle Park.
101 spaces
Parking fee:¥320 for 1 hour + ¥100 yen for each additional 30 minutes
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Remarks Facilities for persons with disabilities and infants: Wheelchair-accessible lift, automatic doors, baby seats, changing tables, multi-purpose toilets, wheelchair accessible toilets, ostomate facilities
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