B. Shioiri / Yokosuka Chuo / Hemi
Japan heritage

The MIKASA was commissioned in 1902 at England and achieved victory over the Russian Baltic Fleet as the flagship of the Combined Fleet under Admiral Togo during the Russo-Japanese War. She was later preserved as a memorial ship in 1926 and placed in Yokosuka.

To everyone who is considering visiting Yokosuka
Please be aware of the prevention of infection based on the "new lifestyle" such as wearing a mask and washing your hands thoroughly.


82-19 Inaoka-cho, Yokosuka

Take a bus from JR Yokosuka Station and walk 7 minutes from ODAKICHO bus stop. Take a bus from Yokosuka-chuo Station and get off at MIKASA Park bus stop or walk 15 minutes from the station.

General Admission: 600 yen
65 years old and over: 500 yen High School Student: 300 yen Elementary and Junior High School Student: Free Disability Pass Holder: 200 yen (accompanying caretaker admitted free of charge)

April - September 9:00~17:30
March and October 9:00~17:00
November - February 9:00~16:30

December 28 – 31

Mikasa Park Parking Lot Available Nearby


MIKASA Preservation Society

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