Sakado Castle Ruins
Minami Uonuma City
The remnants of an old building around Mt. Sakado
As the castle of the feudal lords of the Ueda Nagao clan, this medieval mountain castle is situated in the center of Sakado Mountain and encompasses the area around the bottom of the mountain. In 1979 it became a National Historic Site.
Address Sakado, Minami-Uonuma City, Niigata prefecture
Telephone 025-783-3377
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These hotels are close by
Hotel Sakadojo
B&B Avg.Price 12,960-18,360
B&B Avg.Price 22,000-45,000
Satoyama Jujo
B&B Avg.Price 26,800-34,500
B&B Avg.Price 8,500-12,000
Ishiuchi Yungparunas
B&B Avg.Price 10,000-17,500
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How go get to Sakado Castle Ruins
Get on Joetsu Line or Hoku-Hoku Line from Echigo-Yuzawa Station, and get off at Muikamachi Station. About 20 minutes walk from there.
Car Access
From Tokyo10 minutes from Muikamachi IC
From Niigata10 minutes from Muikamachi IC
These facilities are close by
Katakuri Flower Fields (Mt. Sakado)
Blooming dog's tooth violet in the ruins of the historic fortress
Ueda-Nagao Historical Park
Erected to honor the name of Ueda Nagao
Zenibuchi Park
Japanese garden park irrigated by pure water
Naoe Kanetsugu Museum (Denseikan)
The museum is a replica of the birthplace of Naoe Kanetsugu
Muikamachi Hot Spring
Accidentally discovered when prospecting for natural gas
Hot Spring ' Oroku no yu' (Foot Bath)
Relaxing footbath uses pure spring water
Mt. Sakado
National historic sites designated by Japan
Torisaka jinja
Daishi Bank Muikamachi Branch