16 Sights in Ichikawa, Japan (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Ichikawa, 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 16 sights are available in Ichikawa, Japan.

List of cities in Japan Sightseeing Tours in Ichikawa

1. 堀切菖蒲園

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Horikiri Shobuen (堀切菖蒲園, Horikiri Shōbuen) is a park (botanical garden) under the jurisdiction of Katsushika-ku located in Horikiri 2-chome, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo, Japan. It is known as a famous place for flower irises. It is also the common name of the nearest station, Horikiri Ibusukaen Station on the Keisei Main Line and the surrounding area. Pets are allowed in a kennel or cart.

Wikipedia: 堀切菖蒲園 (JA)

2. 中山法華経寺

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Hokekyō-ji (法華経寺) is a temple of the Nichiren-shū founded during the Kamakura period in Ichikawa, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. One of Nichiren's most important writings the Risshō Ankoku Ron, regarded as one of the National Treasures of Japan, is kept at the temple. Next to other documents it is being presented to the public on 3 November each year.

Wikipedia: Hokekyō-ji (Ichikawa) (EN)

3. 堀之内貝塚

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The Horinouchi Shell Midden is an archaeological site in the Horinouchi neighborhood of the city of Ichikawa, Chiba Prefecture, in the Kantō region of Japan containing a Jōmon period shell midden and settlement ruin. The site was designated a National Historic Site of Japan in 1964, with the area under designation expanded in 1967 and again in 1972.

Wikipedia: Horinouchi Shell Mound (EN)

4. 都立汐入公園

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都立汐入公園 Nesnad / CC BY 3.0

Sunseeker Park (Chaoli Park) is a Duli Park located in Arakawa District, Tokyo, which was built through the urban redevelopment of Baixuxi District. It is located almost in the center and east of the reconstruction area, close to Lany. The Yanwen Otanita Line, No.314 Prefectural Road, runs through the east of the park and is partially tunneled.

Wikipedia: 汐入公園 (JA)

5. 妙源寺

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妙源寺 あばさー / Public domain

Miaoyuan Temple is a Rilianzong Temple located in Horiche, Geshi District, Tokyo. The mountain name is Zhengjue Mountain. Old Ben Mountain is Sano Miaoxian Temple, which is the edge of the tide. Located in the tomb of Anji Genzhai, a designated cultural heritage in Tokyo (Confucian scholars in Changping Banxue Institute in the late Edo period).

Wikipedia: 妙源寺 (葛飾区) (JA)

6. 明王院

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明王院 あばさー / Public domain

Myōō-in (明王院, Myōō-in) is a temple of the Shingi Shingon sect in Funabashi, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. It is located in the center of the village of Kosaku in the former Shimoso Kuni Katsushika District (葛東郡). The Ming Dynasty Temple is officially called the Ishidoyama Asura Temple Myōō Secret Hospital.

Wikipedia: 明王院_(船橋市) (JA)

7. 葛飾シンフォニーヒルズ

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葛飾シンフォニーヒルズ Abasaa / Public domain

Katsushika Symphony Hills (かつしかシンフォニーヒルズ) also Katsushika Bunka Kaikan (葛飾区文化会館) is a cultural centre in Katsushika, Tokyo, Japan. The Mozart Hall seats 1318 and the Iris Hall has a capacity of 298. AXS Satow were the architects with acoustic design by Nagata Acoustics.

Wikipedia: Katsushika Symphony Hills (EN)

8. 葛飾八幡宮

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Katsushika Hachimangu (葛香八幡宮, Katsushika Hachimangu) is a Shinto shrine located in the city of Ichikawa, Chiba Prefecture, Japan, and is one of the Hachimangu shrines. The former name of the company was Prefectural Company. It is the place from which the town name of Hachiman is derived.

Wikipedia: 葛飾八幡宮 (JA)

9. 姥山貝塚

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姥山貝塚 三人日 / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Ubayama Shell Midden is an archaeological site in the Kashiwai neighborhood of the city of Ichikawa, Chiba Prefecture, in the Kantō region of Japan containing a middle to late Jōmon period shell midden. The midden was designated a National Historic Site of Japan in 1967.

Wikipedia: Ubayama Shell Mound (EN)

10. 市川市八幡市民会館(全日警ホール)

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市川市八幡市民会館(全日警ホール) / CC0

Ichikawa-shi Hachiman Citizens' Hall (Ichikawashiya I-Minkaikan) is a cultural facility located in Hachiman, Ichikawa, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. Under a naming rights partnership agreement with the All Nippon Police, the nickname "All Nippon Police Hall" is used.

Wikipedia: 市川市八幡市民会館 (JA)

11. 新小岩香取神社

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Katori Shrine (香取神社, Katori Jinja) is a Shinto shrine in Edogawa-ku, Tokyo, Japan. Its common name is Shin-Koiwa Katori Shrine (Shinkoiwa Katori Jinja). It is also known as the old name Mamai Jinja (まいじんja) or Shin-Koiwa Genjutsu Katori Shrine.

Wikipedia: 新小岩香取神社 (JA)

12. 神明神社

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神明神社 あばさー / Public domain

Shinmeisha (神明社, Shinmeisha) is a Shinto shrine located in Takane-machi, Funabashi, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. It is also called "Takane Jinmeisha". Arson has been rampant in recent years, and vigilante groups have called for caution.

Wikipedia: 神明社 (船橋市) (JA)

13. 羽黒神社

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羽黒神社 あばさー / Public domain

Yuhei Shrine is located in Dongzhongshan, Funabashi City, Chiba Prefecture. The second son's god, also known as feather black right now. It is said that it was moved to the present place in the middle Meiji era.

Wikipedia: 羽黒神社 (船橋市) (JA)

14. 諏訪神社

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Suwa Shrine (須ワじんja) is a Shinto shrine located in Hirata, Ichikawa, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. The former name of the company was Murasha. The shrine crest is the "Suwa Kaji Leaf" of Suwa Taisha Kamisha.

Wikipedia: 諏訪神社 (市川市) (JA)

15. 唱行寺

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唱行寺 / CC0

Shogyoji is a temple of Nichiren sect in Ichikawa City, Chiba Prefecture. The mountain name is Mt. Imashima. It is also called a drum sacred place. Former Motoyama is Omotoyama Houkyoji Temple. Master's name

Wikipedia: 唱行寺 (市川市) (JA)

16. 八坂神社

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Eight Sakamoto Shrine is a shrine located in Innei, Funabashi City, Chiba Prefecture. The old community is a village community. The divine lines are "left three pillars" and "five melons plus Tang flowers".

Wikipedia: 八坂神社 (船橋市印内) (JA)

Disclaimer Please be aware of your surroundings and do not enter private property. We are not liable for any damages that occur during the tours.

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