17 Sights in Kyotango, Japan (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Kyotango, 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 Kyotango, Japan.

List of cities in Japan Sightseeing Tours in Kyotango

1. Kotohira Jinja shrine

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Kintohira Shrine (金刀比羅神社, Kotohirajinja) is a Shinto shrine located in Mineyama-cho, Kyotango, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. It was founded in the 8th year of culture (1811) by order of Kyogoku Takabi, who was the 7th lord of Mineyama Domain. Possessing divine virtues such as family safety, business prosperity, traffic safety, good luck, good luck, satisfaction with a big catch, maritime safety, academic achievement, healing of illness, and safe childbirth, he gathers faith from the Tango circle and is affectionately called "Tango Konpira-san" by the locals.

Wikipedia: 金刀比羅神社 (京丹後市) (JA), Website

2. 網野神社

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Amino Shrine (網野神社, Amino-jinja) is a Shinto shrine located in Amino, Amino-cho, Kyotango, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. It was a company within the ceremony and a prefectural shrine. The main shrine and eight other buildings are registered as national tangible cultural properties. In addition, the Koori Shrine of the shrine precincts, which was once the main shrine, is a constituent cultural property of the Japan heritage "Tango Chirimen Corridor woven with silk that spun for 300 years".

Wikipedia: 網野神社 (JA)

3. 縁城寺

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Enjōji Temple (Enjōji) is a Buddhist temple of the Shingon sect located in Hashiki, Mineyama-cho, Kyotango, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. It is one of the largest and most venerable Shingon Buddhist temples in the Tango region, and is affectionately known as "Kannon-san of Hashiki". It has many cultural properties, including the thousand-armed Kannon Bodhisattva, which has been designated as an important cultural property of the country.

Wikipedia: 縁城寺 (JA)

4. 溝谷神社

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Mizotani Shrine (Mizotani Jinja) is a Shinto shrine located in Yasaka-cho, Kyotango, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. Shikinaisha. The former shrine is a village shrine and a shrine dedicated to the Shinto shrine. Founded by one of the four shoguns, Tamba Michi Shumei, it attracted the veneration of the martial arts until the Sengoku period, and at the end of the Edo period, it performed ceremonial events for the imperial family.

Wikipedia: 溝谷神社 (JA)

5. 冨持神社

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Fujimochi Shrine (冨持神社, Fujijinja) is a Shinto shrine located in Kamitsuneyoshi Irifuneyama, Omiya-cho, Kyotango City, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. It is also described as Tomomochi Shrine, and is also described as Tomimochi Jinja. It is a former village shrine and the Ujigami of the eastern part of the Kamitsuneyoshi district. Hosokawa Fujitaka, the lord of Tsuneyoshi Castle, was heavily guarded by Yamashiro Mamoru.

Wikipedia: 冨持神社 (JA)

6. 多久神社

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How Long Shrine is located in Yongtian Mountain, Danbo Small Character, Fengshan Town, Jingdan Houshi, Kyoto Prefecture. Intra-company. The main hall is the tangible cultural property (building) registered in Kyoto Prefecture, and the turf-stripping sacrifice to gods enshrined in autumn ceremonies is also registered as the intangible folk cultural property registered in Kyoto Prefecture.

Wikipedia: 多久神社 (JA)

7. 常林寺

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Jōrin-ji (常林寺, Jōrinji) is a temple of the Soto sect located in Sako, Shimotsuneyoshi, Omiya-cho, Kyotango, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. The detailed name is Tokozan Jorinji Temple. At the temple, there is a Hiraji Jizo-in temple whose main shrine is the largest Jizo Bodhisattva in the prefecture, and on November 23 every year, a "lotus ceremony" is held.

Wikipedia: 常林寺 (京丹後市) (JA)

8. 春日神社

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Kasuga Shrine (Kasuga Jinja) is a Shinto shrine located in Wadano, Yasakae-cho, Kyotango, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. The former shrine is a village shrine. The main shrine, which is dedicated to the life of the Tengo-roof, is located in a covered house, and is probably rebuilt in the modern era with Ichima-sha-style construction, eaves gables, and moss thatch.

Wikipedia: 春日神社 (京丹後市弥栄町) (JA)

9. 琴引浜鳴き砂文化館

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Kotohikihama Narukisa Cultural Museum (琴引浜明砂文化館, Kotohikihama Narukisa Cultural Museum) is a museum located in Kaketsu, Amino-cho, Kyotango, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. There are exhibits related to Kotobiki Beach, which is known as the coast of singing sand, and singing sand in Japan and around the world. It opened on October 20, 2002.

Wikipedia: 琴引浜鳴き砂文化館 (JA)

10. 函石浜遺物包含地

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The Hakoishihama site is a complex archaeological site located in the Kumihama neighborhood of the city of Kyōtango, Kyoto in the Kansai region of Japan. The site contains artifacts ranging from the Jōmon through Muromachi period, with the bulk of artifacts coming from the Yayoi period. It was designated a National Historic Site of Japan in 1921.

Wikipedia: Hakoishihama Site (EN)

11. 大宮賣神社

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Ōmiyame Shrine (大宮売神社, Ōmiyame Jinja, Ōmiyame Jinja) is a Shinto shrine located in Suki, Ōmiya-cho, Kyotango, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. It is a shikinaisha (Meishin Taisha) and is called Ninomiya in Tango Province. The former company is a prefectural shrine. In ancient times, it was also called "Zhou Pu Shrine" and "Zhou Pu Palace".

Wikipedia: 大宮売神社 (JA)

12. 天神神社

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Tenjin Shrine (天神神社, Tenjin-jinja) is a Shinto shrine located in Shimotsuneyoshi, Omiya-cho, Kyotango, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. Former village shrine. Many shrines called "Tenjin Shrine" are shrines (Tenmangu Shrine) whose deity is Sugawara Michishin, but our company uses the goddess of Houshi, which is common in the Tango region.

Wikipedia: 天神神社 (京丹後市大宮町下常吉) (JA)

13. 如意寺

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Nyoiji Temple is a temple of the Koyasan Shingon sect located in Kumihama-cho 1845, Kyotango, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. It is the seventh of the 25 temples of Kansai Hana. The main statue is the eleven-faced Kanseon Bodhisattva, which is said to be the third year of Gyoki's one sword.

Wikipedia: 如意寺 (京丹後市) (JA)

14. 袖志の棚田

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Xiuzhi Terrace is a terrace formed on the coastal terrace of Xiuzhi, Danhou Town, Jingdanhou City, Kyoto Prefecture. He was selected as "One Hundred Choices of Terraces in Japan". This is the stage of NHK TV series "Father's Treasure" broadcast in 2007 (19th year of Heisei).

Wikipedia: 袖志の棚田 (JA)

15. 経典寺

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Classic Temple is Rilianzong Temple located in Changji, Omiya Town, Jingdan Houshi, Kyoto Prefecture. The detailed name is Mahayana Mountain Classic Temple. When the temple was built, there was Shangchangji City on the top of the mountain on the north side of the temple.

Wikipedia: 経典寺 (JA)

16. 海蔵寺

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Haizang Temple is a Cao Dongzong temple located at Guajin 102, Netano Town, Jingdan Houshi, Kyoto Prefecture. This statue is Sakyamuni Tathagata. This is a temple that prays for the protection of the natural memorial designated by the state, "Qin Yin Bang Ming Sha".

Wikipedia: 海蔵寺 (京丹後市) (JA)

17. 穴文殊

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Anamonju is the popular name of Seiryozan Kuhonji Temple. In addition, it refers to the sea cave near Cape Kyogasaki where the statue of Monju Bodhisattva, which is the main statue, was once enshrined. It is counted as one of the three Tango bunshu.

Wikipedia: 穴文殊 (JA)


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