21 Sights in Kawasaki, Japan (with Map and Images)
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1. Kawasaki DaishiBook Ticket*
Kawasaki Daishi (川崎大師) is the popular name of Heiken-ji , a Buddhist temple in Kawasaki, Japan. Founded in 1128, it is the headquarters of the Chizan sect of Shingon Buddhism. Kawasaki Daishi is a popular temple for hatsumōde. In 2006, 2.72 million people engaged in hatsumōde here, the third largest figure in Japan and the largest in Kanagawa Prefecture. In 2016, the temple made preparations to receive 3 million visitors over the same period. Keihin Electric Express Railway, the oldest railroad company in the Kantō region of Japan, commenced service in January 1899 to carry passengers to Kawasaki Daishi from Tokyo.
2. Nagamori Inari Shrine
Nagasaki Daohe Society is a Fahua Shinto shrine located in Tama District, Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture. After the separation of God and Buddha, another temple, Rilian Patriarchal Yanshan Anli Temple, is still offering sacrifices, so it does not belong to the shrine hall. The courtyard is the territory of Kaiji Tanyue's family and Saeki's family in Anli Temple, and the temple is protected by Nagasaki Daohe's lecture in Shizi's lecture. In addition, prayers and Zhu Yin were accepted at Anli Temple.
Dashan Street Hometown Museum is a museum located in Gaojin District, Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture. Kawasaki City is building an exhibition on history, folk customs and other related materials, as well as art, literature and other works of people related to local areas, and at the same time providing a place for citizens to learn, thus contributing to the cultural development of citizens. It opened in August 1992. It was built on the former site of Gaojin Town Government.
4. Ōzenji Temple
Wang Zen Temple is located at 940 Wang Zen Temple, Aso District, Kawasaki City. The official name is Wang Zen Temple, Lotus Tibetan Courtyard, Xingsu Mountain. "Wang Zen Temple" has also become a place name in the vicinity. Also known as "East Gaoye Mountain". The temple pattern is trefoil sunflower. Known as the temple where the oldest sweet persimmon variety in Japan was discovered, Zen Temple Maru still retains logs listed as national registered monuments.
5. Tokyu Train and Bus Museum
Tram and Bus Museum (Museum of Tram and Bus) is a railway preservation and exhibition facility operated by Dongji Electric Railway in Miyaeda District, Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture. The nearest station is Miyazaki Station of Dongji Garden City Line. There is a building under the elevated road of Garden City Line, and one of the entrances is in front of the ticket gate.
Shirahata Hachiman Ōjin (白幡八幡大神) is a Shinto shrine located in Taira (Tachibanaki District, Musashi Province), Miyamae-ku, Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. It enshrines Princess Tamayori, Emperor Ojin, and Empress Jingong. After the Meiji period, the company status was a gōsha. It is a sōsha of Inageso (Tachibanaki District).
7. Higashi-Kawasaki Station Ruin
Higashi-Kawasaki Station (東川崎駅, Higashi-Kawasaki-eki) is a railway station on the Kamiyamada Line of Kyushu Railway Company (JR Kyushu), formerly located at 2679 Higashikawasaki, Kawasaki-cho, Tagawa-gun, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan. With the abolition of the Kamiyamada Line, the station was closed on September 1, 1988 (Showa 63).
Inage Shrine (稲毛神社, Inage-jinja) is a Shinto shrine located in Kawasaki Ward, Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. The former shrine was a gōsha, and is now an appendix shrine of the main shrine office. The former name was Sanno Gongen and Taketotsuchi Shrine, and it is still called by the common name of Sanno-sama.
Saifukuji Kofun (西福寺古墳, Saifukuji Kofun) is a burial mound located in Kajigaya, Takatsu-ku, Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. The shape is a circular burial mound. One of the burial mounds that make up the Makinu and Kajigaya burial mounds. It is designated as a designated historic site by Kanagawa Prefecture.
Kawasaki Ukiyo-e Gallery (Kawasaki Ukiyo-e Gallery) inherited the collection of Kawasaki Shazili Archive, an old private art museum along Tokaido, which opened in 2001 and closed on September 17, 2016, and reopened on December 3, 2019 at the 3rd floor of Tahe, Kawasaki Station, 12-1, Bencho, Kawasaki Station, Kawasaki City.
Masaki Station (真崎駅, Masaki-eki) is a railway station on the Kamiyamada Line of Kyushu Railway Company (JR Kyushu), formerly located in Masaki, Kawasaki-cho, Tagawa-gun, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan. With the abolition of the Kamiyamada Line, the station was closed on September 1, 1988 (Showa 63).
Gyozenji is a Jodo sect temple located in Seta 1-chome, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo. The detailed name is Shishiyama Saikoin Gyozenji. It faces the Ōsendo (Yagurasawa Return) and is located in a corner of the area where the Seta ruins and the Nagasaki clan, a vassal of the Odawara Hojo family, lived.
Guangming Temple is a real Otani temple located in Gaojin District, Kawasaki City. The mountain number is Great Sadness Mountain. Formerly located in Erzi Village, it was moved to its present location facing Dashan Street in 1669 (9 years of Kuanwen) in the early Edo period.
14. Muza Kawasaki Symphony Hall
Muza Kawasaki Symphony Hall is a concert hall in Saiwai-ku, Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Japan. The name is coined from music and za (座) lit. 'seat'. The vineyard-style concert hall, with a capacity of 1,997, was built for the eightieth anniversary of the foundation of the city.
15. Wakamiya Hachimangu
Wakamiya Hachimangu (若宮八幡宮) is a Shinto shrine located in front of Daishi Station, Kawasaki-ku, Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. Former Daishi Kawara. The shrine in the precincts has Kanayama Shrine, which is known for the Kanamara Festival.
16. Fujiko F Fujio Museum
Fujiko F. Fujio Museum is a museum in Tama District, Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture. The exhibition focuses on the original paintings of cartoonist Fujimoto F. Fujimoto and related materials. The museum opened on September 3, 2011 (23 years of Heisei).
17. Kawasaki City Museum
The Kawasaki City Museum is a public museum and art museum located in Todoroki Ryokuchi in Nakahara-ku, Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. It is a comprehensive cultural facility with facilities such as a museum shop and a library reading room.
Futako shrine , located in Takatsu-ku, Kawasaki, is a Shinto shrine in Kanagawa prefecture, Japan. It was established in 1641 and was called "Shinmeisha". It was renamed "Futako Shrine" in the Meiji Era, after the area in which it is located.
Kawasaki Tsurumi Rinko Bus Co., Ltd. is a bus operator headquartered in Kawasaki-ku, Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture. The abbreviation is Rinko Bus, which is an abbreviation that has been officially used since the founding of the company.
Shōfuku-ji Temple (正福寺) is a temple of the Tendai sect located in Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. The detailed name is Iozan Hōtokuin Shōfuku-ji (Iōzan Shōfuku-ji Hōtoku-in). It is one of the seven Tamashi Yakushi.
Taro Okamoto Museum of Art is an art museum located in Tama-ku, Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Japan. The Taro Okamoto Museum of Art mainly collects and preserves the works of Taro Okamoto, and his parents Kanoko and Ippei.
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