14 Sights in Kawasaki, Japan (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Kawasaki, 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 14 sights are available in Kawasaki, Japan.

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1. 長森稲荷社

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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.

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2. 大山街道ふるさと館

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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.

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3. 満願寺

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Mangan-ji (満願寺) is a Buddhist temple located in the Setagaya Ward of Tokyo, Japan. The temple is also called Todoroki Fudō (等々力不動), after a famous image in one of its chapels. The temple is noteworthy as being the 17th on the Bandō Sanjūroku Fudōson Reijō pilgrimage route of 36 temples in the Kantō region dedicated to Fudō Myōō. The temple currently belongs to the Shingon-shū Chisan-ha school of Japanese Buddhism.

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4. 行善寺

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Xingshan Temple is a Pure Land Sect temple located in Saitian Yidingmu, Setagaya District, Tokyo. The detailed name is Lion Shanxi Guangyuan Charity Temple. Facing Dashan Road (Yakura Ze goes back), it is located in the corner of the ruins of Laitian and the ruins of Laitian City where Nagasaki, the family minister of Odahara Beitiao's family, lives.

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5. 白幡八幡大神

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白幡八幡大神 Jkr2255 / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Great God of Baifan and Baifan is a shrine located in Miyahei, Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture (Citrus reticulata County, Musashi Kingdom). Worship Yu Yiji's life, should be the emperor of God, and be the emperor of magic. After Meiji, the community was a township community. This is the deli in Daomaozhuang (Citrus reticulata County).

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6. 新奥沢駅跡

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Shin -Okusawa Station (Shin Okusa Saiki) was once located in Higashi -Tamagawa -cho, Setagaya -ku, Tokyo (currently 2 -chome Higashi -Tamagawa -ku, Tokyo), Tokyo Prefecture (currently 2 -chome Higashi -Tamagawa -ku, Tokyo). (Abandoned station). It was the terminal station of the Shin -Okusawa Line.

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7. 大悲山光明寺

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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.

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8. 羽田航空神社

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Haneda Aviation Shrine is a shrine located in Terminal 1 of Tokyo International Airport (Haneda Airport) at Haneda Airport, Daejeon-ku, Tokyo. As the patron saint of Haneda Airport, it is revered by aviation-related people and airport users, who want safe travel.

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9. 藤子・F・不二雄ミュージアム

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Fujiko F. Fujio Museum, Kawasaki City, is a museum in Tama Ward, Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture. It is displayed mainly on the original paintings and related materials of the manga artist Fujiko F. Fujio (Hiroshi Fujimoto). It opened on September 3, 2011.

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10. 川崎市市民ミュージアム

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Kawasaki Citizen Museum is a public museum and art museum located in Nagasaki Green Space, Zhongyuan District, Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture. There are also museum shops, reading rooms and other facilities, which are comprehensive cultural facilities.

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11. 氷川神社

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Glacier Shrine is a shrine located in Yakumo, Meguro-ku, Tokyo. Also known as Yachun Glacier Shrine. The quilt village in Guyuan County, Musashi State, is now guarded by Yakun, Dongqiu, Shimuban, Ziyou Hill, Lvqiu, Hiramachi and Okayama in Muhei District.

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12. 二子神社

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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.

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13. 川崎鶴見臨港バス大師定期券発売所

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Kawasaki Tsurumi Kinato Bus Co., Ltd. is a bus -exclusive bus company headquartered in Kawasaki -ku, Kawasaki -shi, Kanagawa. The abbreviation is a Rinko bus, which is an officially used abbreviation since the company was founded.

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14. 川崎市岡本太郎美術館

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川崎市岡本太郎美術館 Nesnad / CC BY-SA 4.0

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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