Matsue Transportation

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    Horikawa Sightseeing Boat

    by moacha Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    The pleasure boat of "Horikawa-meguri" has come out from the Matsue castle side.
    The canal which surrounds a castle round about 3.7km is rotated in 50 minutes.
    This 50 minute pleasure cruise boat trip takes you around Matsue Castle. As you float along the canal you can enjoy the beautiful sights of Matsue Castle, the old Samurai Residence and Shiomi Nawate Street. You will also travel under the 16 famous bridges that span the castle moat.
    The samurai residences and a castle tower can be seen from onboard.
    You can go to sightseeing of a castle town, while experiencing the air of "riverside area in San-in" on this boat. The regular service runs every 15 minutes.
    1 day ticket is 1200yen, but If you show your passport, there is discount.

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    Pleasure Boat Shinji-lake " Hakucho "

    by moacha Updated Apr 4, 2011
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    Hakocho carries out the round tour of the field of the Shinji lake calmly.
    There are 6 operations in 1 day.
    This 60 minute cruise on Lake Shinji leaves from two departure points. The final departure, a sunset cruise, is particularly popular .
    If you watch from this boat, " Matsue-city" and "prefectural art museum", etc. you will give the fresh impression different from usually.
    The Sunset cruise can appreciate the surface of a lake which increases brightness with the setting sun. It is an unparalleled view.
    Reservation is required for boarding.
    A charge is 1300 yen.
    If you wish, how many kinds of those lunch will be prepared.
    Sunset can be enjoyed eating lunch.

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    Matsue Lakeline Loop Bus

    by moacha Updated Apr 4, 2011
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    This is a bus which connects the sightseeing spot of the suburbs to a city area.
    There are 29 bus stops and this is very convenient for the tour around a town of Matsue.
    If you visit Matsue, you will want to go to the places certainly,such as the Matsue Shinji lake hot spring resort, the Matsue castle, Lafecadio Hearn Memorial Museum , the samurai residences and so on. These places can be traveled by foppish bus on the basis of JR " Matsue " station.
    This nostalgic bus stops at the main places of interest on a 70 minute course around the city. A one-day pass gives discounted entry to sightseeing facilities. One ride on the bus is 200 yen. An all day bus ticket costs 500 yen.The ticket is sold in this.
    In Buss's inside, there is also an English notation and it has become the structure [ getting on and off ] which a foreign visitor is not with trouble. Buss operate every 20 minutes from about 9:00 to about 18:00
    If you purchase a ticket for one day, show at the window of the Matsue castle, Lafecadio Hearn Memorial Museum, a samurai residence, a prefectural art museum, and a Horikawa sightseeing boat, it is a discount system that use at group charge.
    You can be in the full enjoyment of "the capital of water is Matsue" where history, culture and nature are harmonize.

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    Getting to Matsue

    by Rabbityama Written Nov 18, 2009

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    Matsue Station is located along the San-in Line, so it is well connected from Yamaguchi to Tottori! You can also reach it easily from Okayama, Kurashiki, and Miyoshi.

    For an economical way of getting here (particularly if you're travelling from further away), consider taking a highway bus! From eastern cities, like Tokyo, Osaka, and Kyoto, buses stop at Matsue Station prior to arriving at Izumo. If you plan to visit Matsue and Izumo, you may just want to go to Izumo and take the train to Matsue. From Osaka, it will cost about 5500 yen (one way).

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    Loop bus arround the city

    by bebejepang Written Aug 5, 2008

    There is loop bus every 30 min. There are two direction: left or right loop, you can select it base on your destination. The bus ticket is available in the tourist information center, outside of Matsue train station. If you buy one day ticket, you will get several discount for entrance fee of museum or other sightseeing places.

    One ride costs 200 yen, but 1 day ticket costs 500 yen.

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    Matsue is connected with Tokyo...

    by Ken_Matsuoka Written Aug 24, 2002

    Matsue is connected with Tokyo and Osaka by JAS (Japan Air System). The airport is Izumo. Get on the bus, which then provide a nice view of the Lake Shinjiko and Tamatsukuri Hotspa Town on its way to the center of Matsue, in about 30 minutes.

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