9 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 9 sights are available in Kawasaki, Japan.

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1. Nagamori Inari Shrine

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Nagamori Inarisha (長森稲荷社, Nagamori Inarisha) is a Hokke Shinto shrine located in Tama-ku, Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. Even after the separation of Shinto and Buddhism, rituals are still performed by Nichiren Sect Hōgenzan Anritsuji in Betsutoji, and therefore do not belong to the main shrine office. The precincts are the grounds of the Kaikidankoshi and Saiki families of Anritsuji, and the shrine is protected by the Nagamori Inari Lecture, which is in the Ujiko class. Prayers and red seals are accepted at Anritsuji Temple.

Wikipedia: 長森稲荷社 (JA)

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.

Wikipedia: 大山街道ふるさと館 (JA)

3. Manganji Temple

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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.

Wikipedia: Mangan-ji (Setagaya) (EN)

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.

Wikipedia: 行善寺 (世田谷区) (JA)

5. 稲毛神社

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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.

Wikipedia: 稲毛神社 (JA)

6. 大悲山光明寺

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Komyōji (光明寺) is a temple of the Shinshu Otani school located in Futako 1-chome, Takatsu-ku, Kawasaki City. The mountain number is Daihisan. It used to be in Futako Village, but in 1669 (Kanbun 9) in the early Edo period, it was moved to its current location facing the Ōyama Kaido (Yagurasawa Return).

Wikipedia: 光明寺 (川崎市) (JA)

7. Fujiko F Fujio Museum

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Fujiko F. Fujio Museum (Fujiko F. Fujio Museum) is a museum in Tama-ku, Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. The exhibition focuses on the original drawings of manga artist Fujiko F. Fujio (Hiroshi Fujimoto) and related materials. It opened on September 3, 2011 (Heisei 23).

Wikipedia: 藤子・F・不二雄ミュージアム (JA)

8. 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.

Wikipedia: Futako Shrine (EN)

9. 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.

Wikipedia: Taro Okamoto Museum of Art (EN)

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