14 Sights in Amagasaki, Japan (with Map and Images)

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Explore interesting sights in Amagasaki, Japan. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 14 sights are available in Amagasaki, Japan.

Sightseeing Tours in Amagasaki

1. 櫻井神社

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Sakurai Shrine is a shrine located in Amagasaki City, Hyogo Prefecture. The former company name is Gosha. Located on the east bank of the Shoshita River. It enshrines the Sakurai Matsudaira family (Matsudaira clan, changed name to Sakurai clan after the Meiji era), who ruled the Amagasaki domain from the first year of Shotoku (1711) to the end of the Edo period, from the first Nobusada to the 16th Tadaoki.

Wikipedia: 桜井神社_(尼崎市) (JA)

2. 長遠寺

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Choenji Temple is a Buddhist temple of Nichiren Buddhism located in Teramachi, Amagasaki City, Hyogo Prefecture. The name of the mountain is Mt. Dalun. It is the former last temple of Ōmoto Yamamoto Kokuji Temple (Rokujōmon-ryū) and one of the three temples of Rokujōmon-ryū (Chomanji and Chogenji respectively). Parent Teacher Law Relationship. There is a Chūjō-in temple as the head of the tower.

Wikipedia: 長遠寺 (尼崎市) (JA)

3. Amagasaki castle

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Amagasaki Castle was a flatland type Japanese castle located in the city of Amagasaki, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. The castle was the headquarters of Amagasaki Domain, which ruled this portion of northern Settsu Province under the Tokugawa shogunate of Edo Period Japan. The castle was destroyed in the early Meiji period, but a portion was reconstructed in 2018.

Wikipedia: Amagasaki Castle (EN), Website

4. 廣済寺

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Kosojiji is a temple of Nichiren sect in Amagasaki City, Hyogo Prefecture. The mountain name is Chiriyama after a long absence. It was once known as Jingu -ji Temple in Kochi Myomi, and is also known as a temple related to Chikamatsu Monzaemon. The former Motoyama is Kyoto Honmanji (Rokujo Gate) and the Law (Ryogenkai).

Wikipedia: 広済寺 (尼崎市) (JA), Website

5. 尼崎えびす神社

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Amagasaki Ebisujinja is a shrine located in Amagasaki, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan. It is also known as Kuramochi Ebi-Omiya or "Chijimi-san" 。 It is popular among worshippers as the god of business prosperity and "Ebesan the Nun", and the 10-day Ebi Festival is held every year from January 9 to 11.

Wikipedia: 尼崎戎神社 (JA), Website

6. 貴布禰神社

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Kifu Nejinja is a shrine located in Nishihonmachi 6-chome, Amagasaki City, Hyogo Prefecture. With Kifune Shrine in Kyoto as its main shrine, it is the former Soji deity of Amagasaki Town. The so-called Amagasaki Danjiri Festival is famous for the company.

Wikipedia: 貴布禰神社 (尼崎市) (JA), Website

7. 興禅寺

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Kozenji Temple is the only temple of the Rinzai sect of Myoshinji in Amagasaki City, Hyogo Prefecture. In the nearby Itami and Takarazuka areas, there are no Rinzai Buddhist Myoshinji temples, and it is a valuable Zen Rinzai temple in this area.

Wikipedia: 興禅寺 (尼崎市) (JA)

8. 本興寺

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Honkoji Temple is located in Kaimei-cho, Amagasaki City, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan, and is the main temple of the Honmon-ryu of the Hoka sect. There are six temples (Honkyo-in, Ichijo-in, Keiun-in, Yoju-in, Honsei-in, and Shoun-in).

Wikipedia: 本興寺 (尼崎市) (JA)

9. 南城内緑地

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Amagasaki Port Station (Amagasaki Port Station) is a station (abandoned) that existed in Nanjo, Amagasaki City, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan. It was the terminus of a branch line of the Fukuchiyama Line of the Japan National Railways.

Wikipedia: 尼崎港駅 (JA)

10. 大物主神社

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The Great Lord Shrine is a shrine located in Amagasaki City, Hyogo Prefecture. It is worshipped as a god of the local residents in the former Omonomachi (now Omonomachi 2-chome) and Omono Village (near the current Omonomachi).

Wikipedia: 大物主神社 (JA)

11. 廣徳寺

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廣徳寺

Kotokuji Temple is a temple of the Daitokuji sect of the Rinzai sect located in Teramachi, Amagasaki City, Hyogo Prefecture. The name of the mountain is Mt. Ruiun. Officially, the old font is used and written as "Kotokuji".

Wikipedia: 広徳寺 (尼崎市) (JA)

12. 尼崎市記念公園

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Amagasaki City Memorial Park is an urban park (sports park) in Amagasaki City, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan. Based on the designated manager system, it is managed and operated by the Amagasaki City Sports Promotion Corporation.

Wikipedia: 尼崎市記念公園 (JA)

13. 法園寺

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Honji Temple is a temple of the Jodo sect in Teramachi, Amagasaki City, Hyogo Prefecture. The mountain name is Eikozan, the hospital name is Xiotoku -in, and the main god is Amida Nyorai. It is the end of Sasasa.

Wikipedia: 法園寺 (尼崎市寺町) (JA)

14. 大覚寺

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Daikakuji Temple is a temple of the Ritsu sect located in Teramachi, Amagasaki City, Hyogo Prefecture. The name of the mountain is Mt. Tsukimine, and the main temple is a thousand hands and eleven-sided Kannon.

Wikipedia: 大覚寺 (尼崎市) (JA)

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