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


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Explore interesting sights in Kurashiki, 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 14 sights are available in Kurashiki, Japan.

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1. 倉敷市立自然史博物館

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倉敷市立自然史博物館 Phronimoi / CC BY-SA 3.0

Kurashiki City Museum of Natural History is a museum located in Kurashiki City, Okayama Prefecture, Japan. It is located side by side with the Kurashiki City Library and the Kurashiki City Museum of Art in the area to the west across Kurashiki Chuo Street from the Kurashiki Bikan district. It opened on November 3, 1983. It has three floors, four permanent exhibition rooms and one special exhibition room, and exhibits such as flora and fauna of Okayama Prefecture and insects, fossils, and meteorites from around the world. For the purpose of managing and exhibiting materials related to natural history and improving cultural culture, research may be conducted at the request of local governments.

Wikipedia: 倉敷市立自然史博物館 (JA)

2. Ohara Museum of Art

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The Ohara Museum of Art in Kurashiki was the first collection of Western art to be permanently exhibited in Japan. The museum opened in 1930 and originally consisted almost entirely of French paintings and sculptures of the 19th and 20th centuries. The collection has now expanded to include paintings of the Italian Renaissance and of the Dutch and Flemish 17th century. Well-known American and Italian artists of the 20th century are also included in the collection.

Wikipedia: Ohara Museum of Art (EN), Website

3. 日本第一熊野神社

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Kumano Shrine is a Kumano Shrine located in Kurashiki City, Okayama Prefecture. It is called "Japan No. 1 Kumano Twelve Shrines". The deities of the festival are the god of Iginami, the god of Ikinaki, the god of Ieto Miko, and the god of Hayatama. The shrine hall has a similar format to the Kumano Hongu Taisha Shrine, with the 3rd, 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th, and 6th halls from left to right.

Wikipedia: 熊野神社 (倉敷市林) (JA), Website

4. 箭田大塚古墳

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Yata Ōtsuka Kofun (箭田大塚古墳) is a Kofun period burial mound located in the Mabi-chō neighborhood of the city of Kurashiki, Okayama Prefecture, in the San'yō region of Japan. The tumulus was designated a National Historic Site of Japan in 1929, with the area under protection expanded in 1992.

Wikipedia: Yata Ōtsuka Kofun (EN), Url

5. 倉紡記念館

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Kurashiki Memorial Museum is a corporate museum of Kurashiki Textiles located in Kurashiki Ivy Square in Kurashiki City, Okayama Prefecture. It was built in 1888 (Meiji 21), the year of Kurashiki Spinning's founding, as a warehouse for storing raw cotton. National Registration and Buildings.

Wikipedia: 倉紡記念館 (JA)

6. 五流尊瀧院

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Goryu -in is a temple of Shugendo located in Hayashi, Kurashiki City, Okayama Prefecture. The principal is Kannon. It is the main mountain of the "Shugendo", which is the one sect of Tendai Shugen. The director is the Miyake quasi, an emeritus professor of Keio University.

Wikipedia: 五流尊瀧院 (JA)

7. 吉備寺

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Kibiji Temple is a temple of the Shingon sect of the Omuro sect located in Mabi-cho, Kurashiki City, Okayama Prefecture, Japan. The name of the mountain is Kagamibayashi Mountain. The honzon is said to be Gyokisaku in Yakushi Nyorai, and is a secret Buddha.

Wikipedia: 吉備寺 (JA)

8. 鴻八幡宮

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Kohachimangu is a shrine (Hachimangu) located in Kojima, Kurashiki, Okayama Prefecture, Japan. It is the general god of the lower town, upper town, Tanoguchi, and Karakoto of the former Kotoura Town, and the former shrine status is the prefectural shrine.

Wikipedia: 鴻八幡宮 (JA)

9. Kurashiki Museum of Folkcraft

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Kurashiki Folk Crafts Museum is a registered museum in Okayama Prefecture that preserves and exhibits folk crafts from around the world related to daily life in Kurashiki City, Okayama Prefecture. It is operated by the Kurashiki Folk Art Museum.

Wikipedia: 倉敷民藝館 (JA)

10. 藤戸寺

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Fujitoji is a temple of the Koyasan Shingon sect located in Fujito, Fujido -cho, Kurashiki City, Okayama Prefecture. The mountain name is Mt. The principal is Senju Kannon. Known as "Fujito's Daishi" and "Temple of Genpei Battle Semi -Semi".

Wikipedia: 藤戸寺 (JA)

11. 日本キリスト教団天城教会

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日本キリスト教団天城教会 Tatushin / CC BY-SA 3.0

Amaki Church (天城Church, Amaki Kyōkai) is a church of the Japan Christian Church located in Amagi, Fujito-cho, Kurashiki, Okayama Prefecture, Japan. The hall is designated as an Important Cultural Property of Okayama Prefecture.

Wikipedia: 天城教会 (JA)

12. Brazilian Park Washuzan Highland

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Washuzan Highland is an amusement park located in Shimotsui, Kurashiki City, Okayama Prefecture. The previous catch phrase was "Amusement park with a view of the Seto Bridge". Currently, it is "Brazilian Park Washuzan Highland".

Wikipedia: 鷲羽山ハイランド (JA), Website

13. Moforu Furusato History Centre

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The Kurashiki City Mabi Furusato History Museum is a museum located in Mabi-cho, Kurashiki City, Okayama Prefecture. It is located in Oike Furusato Park. Behind the building (northwest) is the Okada Pond.

Wikipedia: 倉敷市真備ふるさと歴史館 (JA)

14. 観龍寺

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観龍寺 Tatushin / CC BY-SA 3.0

Kanryuji Temple is a temple of the Shingon sect of the Omuro sect located in Achi, Kurashiki City, Okayama Prefecture, Japan. The name of the mountain is Mt. Hoju. The temple is a special main mountain.

Wikipedia: 観龍寺 (倉敷市) (JA)


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