The Botchan Stadium (坊っちゃんスタジアム) is a multi-purpose stadium in Matsuyama Central Park, Matsuyama, Japan. It is currently used mostly for baseball matches. The stadium holds 30,136 people. It is named after well-known novel Botchan written by Natsume Sōseki who once lived in Matsuyama.
To ride the train, a single ride is 300 yen for adults and 200 yen for children. Access. To get to the Botchan Train boarding area, you can get tickets nearby any of the following stations: Iyo Railway Dogo Onsen Station, Iyo Railway Matsuyama Station, JR Matsuyama Station, or the Iyo Railway Okaido Station.
Just up the hill from Dogo Onsen Honkan is the Yamanote Garden Place, a somewhat eccentric facility incorporating a bridal chapel, a café and a glass museum. It’s located in a pleasant garden with a pool of water that looks magnificently blue, thanks to a rather obvious lining of blue tiles.
Tobe Zoo sits on a forested hill-top south of Matsuyama between the Ehime Prefectural Sports Complex and the Ehime Children’s Playground. From the car park and bus stop, a path winds up the hill towards the zoo. Embedded in the path are metal decals showing the footprints of various animals and birds, spaced at the distance of their walking pace.
Ehime Children's Castle This expansive, 35-hectare facility is divided into 5 zones all conceived to tickle the funny bone of children of all ages. The area is perfect for families who come to enjoy the beautiful natural surroundings and for couples wanting to partake in a romantic stroll around the premises.
The Itami Juzo Museum in Matsuyama is a shrine to the man who made a series of brilliant films showing modern Japan to a large Western audience, most notably "Tampopo". The Itami Juzo Museum in Matsuyama is a shrine to the man who made a series of brilliant films showing modern Japan to a large Western audience, most notably Tampopo .
Matsuyama Castle Ninomaru Historical Garden The ruins of the Matsuyama Clan Lord were restored and flowers, trees, grass and water were used to create the "Sokaen" garden occupying the main front area of the ruins and the "Ryusuien" garden in the back with the aim of giving new life to this old site.
Matsuyama Central Park Serving as an environment where people and nature can come together, the park features a European style fort offering a beautiful 360° vantage point from which all of Matsuyama can be seen. It also features playground facilities for children.
“Sairin-ji Temple is the 48th of the 88 sacred temples of Shikoku. According to temple records, it was founded in the middle of the 8th century to the northeast of its present location. It is said that the temple buildings were moved here by Kobo-Daishi (Great Teacher) at the beginning of the 9th century.
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To this end, the city built the Matsuyama Municipal Shiki Memorial Museum, a huge edifice in Dogo, and one of the stops on the Saka no Ue no Kumo walking trail. It seems ironic that a tiny, seventeen syllable poetic form could call into being such an imposing building, but there it is, squatting massively at the edge of Dogo Park.
Near the station and walk to the Matsuyama Castle, about 30 minutes. Positive spent up to 17-year-old child, and Zong (shoujuuji) the temple House is restored. This is thanks to the cats and dogs? In the rent my own State, protected by Shiki, Soseki, sit down, have slipped into the atmosphere hitaremashita.
Matsuyama (松山) is a popular tourist city in Shikoku, best known for Dogo Onsen (道後温泉). Considered to be the best hot spring town in the prefecture, it makes the city a great place to spend a day. Located on the north-west of Kyushu, it Matsuyama is also easily accessible from the main island (such as via cheap night buses).
The Museum of Art, Ehime, stands within the moat of Matsuyama Castle overlooking a wide area of lawn and trees. The large plate glass frontage of the museum reflects the castle on its hill and the stylish Prefectural Building nearby. The Museum of Art itself is an attractive modern building of concrete, tile and glass.