Matsue Castle
Operating Days

Apr - Nov 2019
& Mar 2020
Everyday except Wednesdays 
Dec 2019
Dec 1, 7-8, 14-15, 21-22
Jan 2020
Jan 11-13, 18-19, 25-26
Feb 2020
Feb 1-2, 8-9, 11, 15-16, 22-23, 29
April 1, 2019-March 31, 2020
Tour Types
Half Day Morning Tour, Half Day Afternoon Tour, Full Day Tour
Departure Point

Matsue Shinjiko Hot Spring, Matsue Station, Onsen Shimo , Himegami Hiroba, Onsen Kami or Tamatsukuri Hot Spring
Tour Includes

Bus fare, admission fee for the tourist facilities, tour guide, lunch, boat cruise, shopping coupon, small souvenir, original guide brochure
Reservation opening Dates
One month and a day before the travel you wish to go.
※ Note: ・ A Half Day Afternoon tour does not include lunch. ・ A Half Day Morning tour does not include boat cruise.
 ・ Departure and arrival time may vary for the same tour depending on the location where you would like to get on and get off the bus.
Adult(over 13yrs old)
Child(1-12yrs old)
 Full Day Tour
JPY 8,500
JPY 4,450
Half Day Morning Tour
JPY 5,500
JPY 2,950
Half Day Afternoon Tour
JPY 4,000
JPY 2,100

1. Izumo Taisha Grand Shrine Half Day Morning Tour: Inasano Hama Beach, Izumo Taisha Grand Shrine& Lunch at Matsue Vogel Park
We will guide you to the most sacred and hidden spot of Izumo Taisha Grand Shrine, starting from Isanohama Beach and teach you how to pray properly.

Half Day Morning Tour

Get on a bus 8:15am Matsue Shinjiko Hot Spring, 8:30am Matsue Station, 8:48am  Onsen Shimo, 8:49am  Himegami Hiroba,  8:50am Onsen Kami or 8:55am Tamatsukuri Hot Spring > Walk around Inasano Hama Beach 10:00am-10:15am ( 15 mins) > Visit Izumo Taisha Grand Shrine 10:20am-11:35am ( 75mins) > Lunch at Matsue Vogel Park 12:17pm-1:10pm ( 53mins) >Arrive at Matsue Station  1:30pm

Goen Bus
Geon Bus
Goen Bus

2. Matsue Castle& Yaegaki Shrine Half Day Afternoon Tour: Yaegaki Shrine, Horikawa Sightseeing Boat Cruise& Matsue Castle
Yaegaki Shrine is well-known as a god of happy marriage and matchmaking. Our professional guide will take you from the shrine’s mirror lake famous for good fortune to a camellia which symbolizes happy couples. At the shrine, it is said that Susanoo Mikoto killed the Japanese dragon with 8heads and tails(Yamatano Orochi) to protect Inada Hime, according to the Japanese mythology.