History - spots

Kashima City has an old history. You may see Thatched-roof Houses at various places in the city including Hizen Hamashuku. In addition, the site of Kashima Castle is maintained as Asahigaoka Park, and it is becoming a popular tourist spot together with "Bukeyashikidori(samurai residence street)" around it. Kashima City's attraction is to see the historic buildings and scenery not found in the big city.

Hizen Hamashuku/Sakagura-dori

The sake brewing industry developed from the Edo period, and beautiful white wall buildings remain
It is an area that developed mainly in the brewing industry such as sake and soy ...

Tsugiba

A relay place for the trip during the Edo period. Currently it is a tourist information center
It is a building in the Edo period in Sakagura-dori of Hizen Hamashuku where flo ...

Yutoku Museum

Museum that displays treasures and local materials owned by the Yutoku Inari Shrine
It is a museum that displays treasures and local materials owned by the Yutoku I ...

Bukeyashikidori

Valuable street that still leaves the samurai residences of the end of the Edo period
Located next to Kashima Castle Ruins “Asahigaoka Park”, it is a cast ...