The Shizuki shrine houses the remains of some lords of the Mōri clan.
Hanano-e Tea House
Within the Shizuki-kōen, this teahouse serves matcha (powdered green tea).
There's not much of the old Hagi-jō to see, apart from the typically imposing outer walls and the surrounding moat. The castle was built...
A tranquil rest stop near the Jōkamachi area, Hotoritei is within a large house surrounded by gardens. It mainly serves coffees, teas...
Within this park, there's not much of the old Hagi-jō to see, apart from the typically imposing outer walls and the surrounding carp-filled moat. The castle was built in 1604 and dismantled in 1874 following the Meiji Restoration. But the inner grounds are a pleasant park, with spring cherry blossoms, the Shizuki-yama-jinja , the Hanano-e Tea House from the mid-19th century and other buildings. Asa Mōri House is a nagaya (Japanese long house). From the castle ruins you can climb the hillside to the 143m peak of Shizuki-yama.