Here you can find interesting sights in Ashiya, Japan. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 10 sights are available in Ashiya, Japan.Back to the list of cities in Japan
Koshikiiwa Jinja is a Shinto shrine in Nishinomiya, Hyōgo, Japan. The other name of this shrine is Ebisu Daijingū. The focus of this shrine is a megalith called 'Koshiki-iwa', literally, 'Rice Steamer Rock', because ancient Japanese thought the shape resembled a traditional rice steamer. The height of the megalith is 10 metres with a circumference of 40 metres. The grounds of this shrine also include an outdoor sumo dohyo and a stage, possibly used for kagura.
Mingwei Bata Shrine is a shrine located in Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture. As the guardian god of Mingwei area in the city, it is believed by local residents. As for the social number, it is sometimes only called the Eight-Banner Shrine, and the social number at the entrance is engraved with "Eight-Banner Shrine".
Luwu Park is an urban park (regional park) located in Luwu City, Hyogo Prefecture. Alias Songbang Park, along the left bank of Luwuchuan, from National Highway No.43 to the park extending from north to south near the estuary, about 420 black pine trees are planted. It covers an area of 29,433 square meters.
The Horie Music Box Museum (Horie Music Box Hakubutsukan) is a museum of music boxes and automatic musical instruments located in Jirakuen, Nishinomiya City, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. It is a registered museum in Hyogo Prefecture and opened in 1993. It is operated by the Horie Music Box Museum.
The Junichiro Tanizaki Memorial Hall in Luwu City is a literary museum located in Luwu City, Hyogo Prefecture. The museum opened in 1988, with the aim of preserving and publicizing the relevant materials of novelist Junichiro Tanizaki and commending his achievements.
倚 Matsuan is a historic building built in Higashinada Ward, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture. The old residence of Junichiro Tanizaki. It is also called "Hosoyuki's house" after his masterpiece written here. The hermitage depends on the name of Mrs. Matsuko.
Tokoji Temple is an extraordinary temple of Koyasan Shingon sect in Kado Nishi -cho, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture. The mountains are Matsuyama, and the principal is Yakushi Nyorai. Another name is the Madokanjin. One of Japan's three bad gods.
Moto-Sumiyoshi Shrine is a Japanese Shinto shrine in Higashinada ward, Kobe. It is one of the biggest shrines in western Kobe. It is next to Sumiyoshi Station. There is documentary evidence that the shrine has existed since the 13th century.
Fukuo Shrine is a shrine located in Imazu Daito -cho, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture. Along with Nishinomiya Shrine and Koshigiwa Shrine, it is called Nishinomiya "Sanfukujin" and has gained religion.
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