6 Sights in Matsudo, Japan (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Matsudo, 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 6 sights are available in Matsudo, Japan.

List of cities in Japan Sightseeing Tours in Matsudo

1. 小山樋門

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Hill aqueduct is a brick sluice with three arch structures located in Matsudo City, Chiba Prefecture. Built in 1898 (Meiji 31) to prevent the countercurrent in Sakawa, this task has been completed. It is used as a road bridge on Matsushita Line, No.5 Chiba County Road across Sakawa, and is called "Brick Bridge" and "Glasses Bridge". This is the oldest existing brick sluice in Chiba Prefecture.

Wikipedia: 小山樋門 (JA)

2. 葛飾区郷土と天文の博物館

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葛飾区郷土と天文の博物館 あばさー / Public domain

The Museum of Local and Astronomy in Geshi District is a museum of Swan Sanding in Geshi District, Tokyo. It opened in July 1991. Operate Geshi District. It has six branches: history, folklore, archaeology, buried cultural relics, cultural relics and astronomy. Experts are invited to preside over regional history forums, and books on local history are also written and published.

Wikipedia: 葛飾区郷土と天文の博物館 (JA)

3. 矢切の渡し

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Yagiri (矢切, Yagiri) is a general term for the three districts of Kamiyakiri, Nakayakiri, and Shimoyakiri, located in the city of Matsudo, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. It was formerly an independent village of Kamiyagiri, Nakayagiri and Shimoyagiri respectively, but became part of the city of Matsudo through the merger with the town of Matsudo.

Wikipedia: 矢切 (JA)

4. 蓮昌寺

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蓮昌寺 あばさー / Public domain

Renjō-ji (蓮昌寺, Renjō-ji) is a temple of Nichiren Buddhism located in Kosuga, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo, Japan. The name of the mountain is Mount Hōkō. The former main mountain is Mama Hiroho-ji Temple and Ikegami Yanagijima Hōjō.

Wikipedia: 蓮昌寺 (葛飾区) (JA)

5. 野菊の墓文学碑

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The literary monument of the Tomb of Wild Chrysanthemum is a monument located in Matsudo City, Chiba Prefecture, and is the stage of the work Tomb of Wild Chrysanthemum by novelist Ito Zuokio. Completed in May 1965 (40 years of Showa).

Wikipedia: 野菊の墓文学碑 (JA)

6. 白髭神社

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Shirabeard Shrine (白�beard 神社, Shirabeard Jinja) is a Shinto shrine located in Nippō, Matsudo, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. The former name of the company was Murasha. One of the Hakuho shrines that exist throughout the country.

Wikipedia: 白髭神社 (松戸市) (JA)

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