Explore interesting sights in Kawasaki, Japan. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 17 sights are available in Kawasaki, Japan.Sightseeing Tours in Kawasaki
1. Yomiuri Land
Yomiuriland is an amusement park in Inagi, Tokyo, Japan that first opened in 1964. It is situated on hillsides, and features rides such as roller coasters and water flumes. It is home to Yomiuri Giants Stadium, one of the training fields for the Yomiuri Giants baseball team, and was the primary training ground before Tokyo Dome was completed. It is operated and run by the Yomiuri Group, the parent of media conglomerate Yomiuri Shimbun. A bath house was constructed to attract more senior citizens.
Kawasaki Ukiyoe Gallery (Kawasaki Ukiyoe Gallery) was opened in 2001 and took over the collection of the private art museum Kawasaki and Sunako in Kawasaki Ward, Kanagawa Prefecture which was closed on September 17, 2016 and opened on December 3, 2019, on the third floor of Kawasaki Station Riverk, which was located in front of Kawasaki Station, Kawasaki Ward, Kawasaki City, Kawasaki Prefecture, which was located along the former Tokai-do Road.
3. Ōzenji Temple
Ozenji is a Shingon sect Temple temple located in 940 Ozenji, Aso -ku, Kawasaki -shi. The official name is Hoshijuku Yamakura -in Temple. "Ozenji" is also a place name near the area. It was also called "East Koyasan". The temple crest is Aoi. It is known as a temple where Zenji Maru, which is said to be the oldest sweet persimmon variety in Japan, was found in the precincts, and a raw wood registered as a national registered monument remains.
Enpukuji is a Buddhist temple of the Chizan sect of Shingon Buddhism located in Kawasaki Town, Shibata District, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. The main Buddha enshrines the Bodhisattva of Enmei Jizo and the Maria Kannon as a side wait. Shibata Thirty-Three Kannon Shrine No. 27 Shrine (Sapporo Honzon 11 Faces Kannon Bodhisattva)
5. ループコースター MOMOnGA
Momonga Standing and Loop Coaster was a steel roller coaster that operated from 1979 to 2021 at Yomiuriland in Inagi, Tokyo, Japan. The coaster was best known for simultaneously operating both a sit-down and stand-up roller coaster train, which also rendered it as one of the earliest known stand-up roller coasters.
6. Higashi-Kawasaki Station Ruin
Higashi-Kawasaki Station (Higashi-Kawasaki Station) is a station on the Kamiyamada Line of the Kyushu Railway Company (JR Kyushu), formerly located at 2679 Higashi-Kawasaki, Kawasaki-cho, Tagawa-gun, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan. With the abolition of the Kamiyamada Line, it was closed on September 1, 1988 (Showa 63).
Inage Jinja is a shrine located in Kawasaki Ward, Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. The former name of the shrine was Gosha, and now it is a separate shrine of the main office of the shrine. The former name was Sanno Gongen, Taketsuchi Shrine, and it is still called by the common name of Yamano-sama.
Kawasaki Tsurumi Riko Bus Co., Ltd. is a bus specialist in a bus specialist whose head office is located in Kawasaki Ward, Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture. It is an abbreviation for the name of Riko Bus, and this is an abbreviation for the name of the company since its foundation.
9. 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.
Shirahata Hachiman Daijin is a shrine located in Miyama -ku, Kawasaki -shi, Kanagawa (Tachibana -gun, Musashi -kuni). It worships Himemei Tama, Emperor Ojin, and Empress Shinko. The business after the Meiji era is a town. It is a Sosha in Inage -so (Tachibana -gun).
Masaki Station is a station on the Kyushu Railway (JR Kyushu) Kamiyamada Line, which was once installed in Masaki, Kawasaki -cho, Tagawa -gun, Fukuoka Prefecture. With the abolition of the Kamiyamada Line, the station was abandoned on September 1, 1988 (Showa 63).
12. Aone Yōkan
Aone-yokan is a wooden western building located in Aonone Onsen, Kawasaki-cho, Shibata County, Miyagi Prefecture. It is located 10 kilometers east of Zao Renho and stands along National Route 457. It is a tourist guide center which serves as a cafe or museum.
13. Kawasaki City Museum
Saifukuji Kofun is a tumulus located in Kajigaya, Takatsu -ku, Kawasaki -shi, Kanagawa. The shape is a circular tumulus. One of the tumuli that makes up the horse silk and Kajigaya tumulus. It is designated as a Kanagawa designated historic site.
Shofuku-ji Temple is a Tendai sect temple located in Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture. Its name is Iozan Hotokuin Shofuku-ji Temple (Iozan Shofuku-ji Temple Hotoku-in Temple). one of the Tama-shichiyakushi (seven Yakushi in Tama Province)
Kawasaki ROHO ROHM slope collapse experiment accidents (Kawasaki ROM Shamenhokaijikkenjiko) occurred on November 11, 1971 during a slope collapse experiment held in Ikuta Ryokuchi Park, Kawasaki City. It is.
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