Explore interesting sights in Daisen, 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 5 sights are available in Daisen, Japan.
Daisen-ji (大山寺) is a Buddhist temple located in the town of Daisen, Tottori Prefecture, Japan. It belongs to the Tendai sect of Japanese Buddhism, and its honzon is a statue of Jizo Bosatsu.The temple is built on the slopes of Daisen. The Amida-dō and other parts of the temple are designated National Important Cultural Properties. The temple precincts are protected as a National Historic Site
The Hotta-no-saku ruins is an archaeological site containing the ruins of a large-scale Heian period josaku-style fortified settlement located in what is now part of the municipalities of Daisen and Misato in the Tōhoku region of Japan. The site was designated a National Historic Site of Japan in 1931. The site is maintained as an archaeological park with some reconstructed buildings.
Mukibanda Yayoi Settlement Site is an archaeological site with a large Yayoi period settlement remains, straddling the border between the municipalities of Yonago] and Daisen, Tottori Prefecture in the San'in region of western Japan. The Mukibanda site was designated a National Historic Site in 1999.
Karamatsu Shrine is a shrine located in Kyowa, Daisen City, Akita Prefecture. It is the "Woman's Ichi -General God", which protects the life of a woman, and is also known as the "Karamatsu -sama of the border," as a god of marriage, child treasure, and safe delivery.
Nawa Jinja (名和神社) is a Shinto shrine in Daisen, Tottori Prefecture, Japan. It is celebrated for its cherry blossoms. It is one of the Fifteen Shrines of the Kenmu Restoration, dedicated to the memory of Nawa Nagatoshi.
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