5 Sights in Ibaraki, Japan (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Ibaraki, 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 5 sights are available in Ibaraki, Japan.

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1. あくあぴあ芥川(芥川緑地資料館)

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Akua Pir Akukonawa is an aquarium located on the south platform of Takashi City, Osaka Prefecture, and it is also an exhibition hall for birds and insects. The official name is Takashi City Natural History Museum. According to the appointed administrator system, it is jointly managed and managed by NPO Akutagawa Club and NPO Osaka Natural History Center.

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2. 総持寺

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Zongzhi Temple is located in Zongzhi Temple, Tsmu City, Osaka Prefecture. The mountain number is Butuoluo Mountain. This deity is Avalokitesvara with thousands of hands. Xiguo 33 Institute No.22 Zasuo. Founder Fujiwara Yamagata developed a new kitchen knife style (cooking method), which was believed by chefs.

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3. 普門寺

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Pumen Temple is a temple of Miaoxin Temple Sect of Linjizong located in Tomita Town, Takashi City, Osaka Prefecture. The mountain number is Tsz Wan Shan. This statue is Sakyamuni and Guanyin Bodhisattva with eleven faces and thousands of hands.

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4. 阿為神社

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Awei Shrine is located in Anwei, Tsmu City, Osaka Prefecture. In the Yanxi-style God's name account, Shi Neishe recorded "weeding for the shrine in the lower county of Tianjin Island". Also known as Miao Sen Shrine.

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5. 郡山宿本陣

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郡山宿本陣 Tonatsu / CC BY 3.0

Koriyama Suji is located in Koriyama Suji, Old Xiguo Street, Tsmu City, Osaka Prefecture. Because the camellia blooming next to Yuchengmen is very famous, it is also called "the original array of camellia".

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