The MIKASA was commissioned in England in 1902 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.

This site is a satellite spot for the Yokosuka Route Museum, a unique way to experience the entire city as a “museum” with “routes” that connects together the history, culture, and natural environment of Yokosuka.


82-19 Inaoka-cho, Yokosuka, Kanagawa

046-822-5225 (Mikasa Preservation Society)

【Opening Hours】
9:00 - 17:30 (April - September)
9:00 - 17:00 (March / October)
9:00 - 16:30 (November - February)

【Regular Holidays】
December 28th, 29th, 30th, 31st

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)

Take a bus from JR Yokosuka Station and get off at the "Odakicho" bus stop, then walk for 7 minutes
A 15-minute walk from Yokosuka Chuo Station on the Keikyu Line, or take the Mikasa Circulation Bus and get off at "Mikasa Park" bus stop

There is a Mikasa Park parking lot nearby



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