8 Sights in Fujinomiya, Japan (with Map and Images)

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Explore interesting sights in Fujinomiya, 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 8 sights are available in Fujinomiya, Japan.

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1. 西山本門寺

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Nishiyama Honmonji (西山本門寺, Nishiyama Honmonji) is a Nichiren sect temple located in Nishiyama, Fujinomiya City, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. Inheriting the Nikko lineage, it belongs to the Katsushi school and Fujimon-ryu, and together with Kamijo Daisekiji, Shigesu Honmonji, Shimojo Myorenji, and Koizumi Kuonji located in the Sunto region of Shizuoka Prefecture, it constitutes the "Fuji Five Mountains" of the same mon-ryu, and together with Kyoto Johoji Temple, Izu Jijoji Temple, and Yasuda Myohonji Temple, it is counted as one of the "Komon Eight Honzan". The precincts are 360 towns in total, and there is a 2km site in a straight line from the Kuromon gate to the cemetery behind the main hall. There is also a theory that the body of Oda Nobunaga is also located here.

Wikipedia: 西山本門寺 (JA)

2. 大石寺

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Tahō Fuji Dainichirenge-san Taiseki-ji , more commonly just Sōhonzan Taiseki-ji (総本山大石寺), informally known as Head Temple Taiseki-ji (大石寺), is the administrative center of Nichiren Shoshu Buddhism. It is located in the foothills of Mount Fuji in Kamijo, Fujinomiya, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. Taiseki-ji was founded in 1290 by Nikkō Shōnin, one of Nichiren Daishonin's senior disciples, on a land parcel donated by the pious believer Daigyo Sonrei, commonly known as Nanjo Tokimitsu (1259—1332).

Wikipedia: Taiseki-ji (EN)

3. Fujisan Hongu Sengen Taisha

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The Fujisan Hongū Sengen Taisha (富士山本宮浅間大社) is a Shintō shrine in the city of Fujinomiya in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. It is the ichinomiya of former Suruga Province, and is the head shrine of the approximately 1300 Asama or Sengen shrines in the country. The shrine has an extensive location within downtown Fujinomiya; in addition, the entire top of Mount Fuji from the 8th stage upwards is considered to be part of the shrine grounds.

Wikipedia: Fujisan Hongū Sengen Taisha (EN), Website

4. Murayama Sengen Shrine

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Murayama Asakama Shrine is a shrine located in Murayama, Fujimiya City, Shizuoka Prefecture. The original company is a county society. Fuji Fundamental Palace. This is one of the shallow shrines in the whole country. As part of the constituent assets of "Mount Fuji-the object of faith and the source of art", it is listed as a world cultural heritage.

Wikipedia: 村山浅間神社 (JA)

5. Mt. Fuji World Heritage Centre

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Mount Fuji World Heritage Center in Shizuoka Prefecture is a museum located in Fujimiya City, Shizuoka Prefecture. It is a facility for protecting, preserving and preparing the stronghold facilities of Mount Fuji, which is listed as a World Heritage site, and has the function of academic investigation.

Wikipedia: 静岡県富士山世界遺産センター (JA), Website

6. 奇石博物館

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Kistler Museum is a museum located in Fujimiya City, Shizuoka Prefecture. With TV stone, konjac stone, fossils, etc. as the first, it shows Stone from all over the world. Founded in 1971. The official name is the Stone Science Consortium Kistler Museum of the Earth, a general consortium.

Wikipedia: 奇石博物館 (JA)

7. 興徳寺

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Kotokuji Temple is a Nichiren Buddhist temple located in Fujinomiya City, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. The former main mountain is Kuonji Temple on Minobuyama. Kagami Shi Hōen. It is also known as a camera spot for cherry blossoms and Mt. Fuji.

Wikipedia: 興徳寺 (富士宮市) (JA)

8. 蓮覚寺

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Rengakuji Temple (蓮楽寺) is a Nichiren Buddhist temple located in Kanto, Fujinomiya City, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. The mountain number is Mt. Nukito. The former main mountain is Kuroda Honkoji Temple, Kagami-shi Hōen (Zen Gakkai).

Wikipedia: 蓮覚寺 (富士宮市) (JA)


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