Hirosaki Castle

0 0 Reviews
A great view of the tenshu
Photo: Luck-one / Public domain

Hirosaki Castle, completed in 1611 by the Tsugaru clan, is located in Aomori Prefecture and is a particularly worthwhile excursion destination, especially during the cherry blossom season.


Hirosaki Castle is closed annually for winter, from November 24th to March 31st.



1 Shimoshiroganecho, Hirosaki, Aomori 036-8356 (Map) (Directions)


Closed today

Opening Hours

Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday Closed
Friday Closed
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
Holidays Closed

Phone Number





  • Free Wi-Fi

Related Articles

7 articles
Hirosaki Park

Hirosaki Park

Eric Thompson

Hirosaki Park, with its castle relics, gardens, shrine and cherry blossoms, is definitely worth a visit!

Hikari no Sakura-Momiji

Hikari no Sakura-Momiji

Sep 18th - Nov 8th 2020

This Naked x Hirosaki Castle collab is sure to get you in the mood for warm sweaters, hot chocolate, and all things autumn.

Aomori 2 Free
View all articles

Hirosaki Castle


0 Reviews
  • 5 star 0
  • 4 star 0
  • 3 star 0
  • 2 star 0
  • 1 star 0


Questions about Hirosaki Castle?

Ask our community

Near Hirosaki Castle

Ishiba Ryokan, Hirosaki

Ishiba Ryokan, Hirosaki

In the historic town of Hirosaki in Japan's Aomori prefecture, Ishiba Ryokan is a traditional family-run guesthouse, close to..

Route Inn Hirosaki Ekimae

Route Inn Hirosaki Ekimae

In historic Hirosaki in Japan's Aomori prefecture, Route Inn Hirosaki Ekimae is a good value business hotel by the city..

Art Hotel – Hirosaki City

Art Hotel – Hirosaki City

Art Hotel Hirosaki City is a perfect choice as your place to stay while on a business trip or holiday in Aomori Prefecture. With..

Anzu Izakaya in Hirosaki

Anzu Izakaya in Hirosaki

In the centre of Hirosaki in Japan's Aomori prefecture, Anzu is an atmospheric old izakaya where you can listen to traditi..

Lemon Cafe, Hirosaki

Lemon Cafe, Hirosaki

In Hirosaki in Japan's Aomori prefecture, Lemon Cafe is a great place to relax over a slice of cake or light meal, with a peaceful..

Cafe Tube Lane, Hirosaki

Cafe Tube Lane, Hirosaki

In the center of Hirosaki in Japan's Aomori prefecture, Cafe Tube Lane is a fun, friendly place to eat, drink or hang out.

Inakadate Rice Art Fields

Inakadate in Aomori Prefecture is famous for its stunning and intricate rice paddy art. What began in 1993 with purple and yellow rice plants forming..

Aomori 8km away
Hirosaki: Fujita Memorial Garden

Hirosaki: Fujita Memorial Garden

Whether you favour the Eastern or Western way of tea, these charming gardens make for a pleasant rest from Hirosaki's main tourist..

Explore Hirosaki

Is this your listing?

Own or manage this property?

Claim now