Explore interesting sights in Fukuyama, 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 11 sights are available in Fukuyama, Japan.
1. Ota house
Ota family housing is a historic building (private house) located in Tomo -cho, Fukuyama City, Hiroshima Prefecture. It was originally owned by the Ota family in the Meiji era, at the Nakamura family, the brewery of Hoei Sake, which was the original liquor store of the Fukuyama clan. It is a representative of the modern merchant building in the Seto Inland Sea, and was designated as a national important cultural property on May 31, 1991. It is also a Hiroshima -designated historic site (designated in 1940) as Tomochikyo Ochi Seki.
The Kimono Museum of Japan (Nihon Kimono is Kumobutsu) is a registration museum in Hiroshima Prefecture that was once a theme of footwear in Matsunaga -cho, Fukuyama -shi, Hiroshima. Located on the south exit of JR West Matsunaga Station, the Japanese Local toy Museum was also installed on the same premises. It was operated and managed by the Hisashi Cultural Foundation, but closed in 2013.
Ankoku-ji (安国寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Kokutai-ji branch of Rinzai school of Buddhism in Fukuyama, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan. This temple was built by the priest Kakushin in 1273. Afterwards, it was revived by Ankokuji Ekei in 1579, though it remained in decline. This temple is classified as an Important Cultural Property.
The Nihonkyo Dogun Hakubutsukan is a local toy that was once located in Matsunaga -cho, Fukuyama City, Hiroshima Prefecture. Located on the south exit of JR West Matsunaga Station, the Kimono Museum of Japan was also installed on the same premises, and it was operated and managed by the Foundation of the Foundation, but closed in 2013.
Hiroshima Prefectural Museum of History is a prefectural museum in Fukuyama, Japan, dedicated to the history and culture of the Setouchi region. It has a particular focus upon the medieval settlement of Kusado Sengen. The museum opened in the grounds of Fukuyama Castle in 1989.
Fukuzen-ji (福禅寺) is a Buddhist temple located in the Tomo-machi neighborhood of the city of Fukuyama, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan. The temple's full name is Kaigan-zan Senjū-in Fukuzen-ji , and it belongs Daikaku-ji branch of the Shingon-shu of Japanese Buddhism.
7. Kusadoinari Shrine
Oichi no Kofun (Oichi-go Tumulus) is a tumulus that is always located in Shinichi-cho, Fukuyama City, Hiroshima Prefecture. Its shape is octagonal. It is one of the tumuli that consists of Oichi-kofun Tumulus Cluster. It is not designated as a historic site.
Yamanokami-kofun Tumulus is a tumulus located in Hojo-ji Temple, Ekiya-cho, Fukuyama City, Hiroshima Prefecture. It has a round tumulus (according to one theory, a keyhole-shaped tumulus). It is designated as a historic site by Hiroshima Prefecture.
The Fukuyama Automobile Clock Museum is a registration museum in Hiroshima Prefecture located in Kita -Yoshitsu -cho, Fukuyama City, Hiroshima Prefecture. Abbreviation is "FACM", an English name. Operated by the Non Sect Cultural Foundation.
Enpukuji Temple is a temple of the Daikakuji sect of the Shingon sect located in Tomomachi, Fukuyama City, Hiroshima Prefecture. The name of the mountain is Nanlin Mountain. For details, it is called Nanrinzan Shakyamuni Enfukuji.
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