About Okazaki Park
Located at the entrance to Okazaki Park, the gate is especially mystical when lit up until 10 p.m. daily, in contrast to its appearance throughout the day.
Specialising in Okazaki Miso and traditional sweets, here is the place to buy gifts.
Guides will happily show you around the park while explaining its history and culture.
The museum to learn about the life of the shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu and the samurai history of the area. Experience what it is like to wear samurai armour too!
Various events are regularly held at the theatre on the life of the shogun Tokugawa as well as jazz performances.
Stalls sell miso-snacks as well as Oden (hotchpotch) and ice-cream.
A statue of Tokugawa's vassal holding his beloved spear.
See a doll of Tokugawa performing Noh every 30 minutes between 9 and 6 appearing from within the clock itself.
a beautiful clock showcasing flowers from the four seasons on the clock's dial.
This bronze statue was erected in 1965 in commemoration of his 350th anniversary.
A picture of 19 year old Motoyasu Matsudaira returning home to Okazaki Castle, facing in the direction of the famous Toshogu Shrine, located in Nikko, Tochigi Prefecture.
Known as the well for Ieyasu's first bath upon birth.
Sample traditional Kaiseki Cuisine, baked tofu (with miso) and other types of well-known Japanese food.
Try some of the many set-menus on offer as well as experiencing the famous Hatcho Miso cuisine.
Sample the sweetness of Hatcho Miso cuisine.
Showcasing its unique Japanese atmosphere, this multi-purpose hall is where events and plays are held.
A great place to pick up some souvenirs or simply relax at the front of Tatsuki Shrine.
A shrine of Ieyasu Yukari, treasured as a place for the gods of good fortune and success.
Enjoy the amazing view of the entire city of Okazaki from the 5th floor lookout. The castle also contains a historical museum.
This tea room offers an ideal place to quietly enjoy a cup of green tea and sweets while admiring the view.
With Okazaki and lush greenery in the background, this river fountain, the largest in Japan, also changes into different formations.
once used to load and unload containers.
A speciality to the area, these giant rice cakes are the size of a person's face!
This natural monument of Okazaki known as Gomangoku Fuji, is a great place to view elegant flower blossoms from the beginning of May.
Rebuilt in 2010, this fortress protects the castle.
As a park full of culture and history relating to Mikawa warrior's museum of Iyeyasu,Okazaki Park also boasts ruins of Okazaki Castle.
|Group of 30-99 people||¥160||¥80|
|Group of 100 or more||¥130||¥60|
|Ieyasu & Mikawa Bushi Museum|
|Ieyasu & Mikawa Bushi Museum||Individual||¥350||¥200|
|Group of 30-99 people||¥280||¥160|
|Group of 100 or more||¥230||¥130|
|Castle & Museum Combined|
|Castle & Museum Combined||Individual||¥500||¥270|
|Group of 30-99 people||¥400||¥220|
|Group of 100 or more||¥310||¥170|
Adults : junior high school students and older Children : five years and older
Okazaki Castle and the Ieyasu and Mikawa Bushi Museum in Okazaki Park are open daily to the public from 9:00 to 17:00 (last entrance at 16:30). It is closed 29th December to 1st January.
A free audio tour pen is available at Okazaki castle and Mikawa Bushi Museum with detailed
information in English. For further details, please enquire at Mikawa Bushi Museum.
All visitors are requested to please abide by the following guidelines while enjoying the facilities. Thank you for your cooperation.