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When things come to write something about Indians in Matsuyama the number is too small. Matsuyama is a city of baseball(野球) , Hot spring (温泉)and a lot of more. Last but not least wonderful weather with the presence of Mount Ishizuchi. Same time there only 10-15 Indians working in Matsuyama.

Matsuyama Ehime
Matsuyama for the view of Indians in matsuyama

Matsuyama (松山) is the biggest city in Ehime Prefecture. The city famous for onsen and mikan (local orange). Nearby cities are Imabari, Iyoshi, Uwazima, Nihama and Yawatahama.

Point of Interest in Matsuyama
Dogo Hot spring (道後温泉)

This is one of the oldest hot springs in Japan. The pure waters of the hot springs in the area range in temperature from 42 C to 51C. It is said to be able to heal different ailments. Do not miss footbath(足湯) café in Dogo area as well as the clock tower. For more information please visit http://www.dogo.or.jp/.

Matsuyama Castel (松山城)

This castle built on the hilltop of Mt. Katsuyama. It’s now unique place in town for cherry blossom and panoramic view of whole Matsuyama. A couple of minutes ride on a ropeway takes you up to the castle park. By walk it takes less than 25 minutes.

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Tobe Zoo (とべ動物園) 

Tobe  Zoo is one of the best-known Zoo for White bear. Operating Hours are 09:00 to 17:00.Closed on Monday, you can go there by bus Matsuyama-shi Station to Dobutsuen-Mae in every 15 minutes. JR Matsuyama Station to Dobutsuen-Mae every 60 minutes.

Indians in Matsuyama

I have been working in Osaka and Tokyo but found there is something special in the city. People are friendly nature, down to earth and curious to help each other. The city is not bigger as Tokyo or Osaka. The best advantage of this city that you can easily get circular information. In other words, you know events and festivals are taking place around you. If I am saying about festivals which means cosmopolitan. People just get-together on festivals. In universities there is international cultural festival to show their own culture to other students.

PARICHAYA from Indians in Matsuyama

It was really an elated moment for me when I got an invitation from few of my friends who are the researcher at Ehime University to come and enjoy Diwali(fireworks festival in India). So, On that day I get to know that we are having here a group named PARICHAYA (परिचय) an Introduction to India. This group celebrates Indian festival with the different community. As its name justify, giving the introduction of India to rest of the world. In addition you can enjoy playing cricket with the same group. This is the way we do work life balance. With these  I have completed 1 year successfully in Matsuyama Ehime Japan.

Weekend activity

The weekend is always crowded in Matsuyama for instance Okaido Arcade, Gintengai Arcade, 1, 2 and 3 Bancho Streets.  Sometimes there are different kinds of the exhibition on weekends or dance performance by schools kids. On the weekend evening, you can have light beer with billiards cues in hand and slow background music. Similarly you are interested in bowling I will suggest KISUKE bowling centre is the place always crowded and lively.

Transport in Matsuyama Ehime

It’s not comfortable when I started to talk about transport to and from Matsuyama. However airport operates the international flight to South Korea and China. Transport to other parts of Japan described below.

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A) Bus- Overnight buses operate between Matsuyama <->Tokyo -10,000 yen

B) Train- Matsuyama

Okayama (Express train) -6000 yen Okayama <->Tokyo (新幹線Bullet Trains in Japan) -15000 yen

C) Air- direct flight available 25000 yen


A) Bus- Overnight and daytime buses operate between Matsuyama <->Osaka-6,000 yen

B) Ferry – Matsuyama to Osaka 7000 yen

C) Air- direct flight available

Matsuyama Internal Transportation –

Train- Flat fare 150 yen

Bus- Start fare with 150 yen

Note: Price written above is average one-way price and varies time by time.


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