Explore interesting sights in Matsudo, 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 5 sights are available in Matsudo, Japan.List of cities in Japan Sightseeing Tours in Matsudo
Shibamata Hachiman Shrine Kofun (柴mata Hachiman Shrine Kofun) was an ancient tomb located in Shibamata, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo. The shape is a front and rear circular burial mound. Although the mound has now been lost, the stone chamber has been designated as a Katsushika Ward designated historic site, and the excavated haniwa has been designated as a tangible cultural property designated by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government.
2. Shibamata Taishakuten Temple
Daikyō-ji (題経寺), popularly known as Shibamata Taishakuten (柴又帝釈天), is a Nichiren-shū Buddhist temple in Katsushika, Tokyo, Japan. Founded in 1629, the main image is of Taishakuten. In 1996 the Ministry of the Environment designated the temple and its ferryboat as one of the 100 Soundscapes of Japan. In 2009 the temple and its ferryboat were selected as one of the 100 Landscapes of Japan.
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.
4. Yagiri-no-Watashi Ferry
Yagiri is a collective name for the three districts of Kamiyakiri, Nakayakiri, and Shimoyagiri in Matsudo City, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. It used to be an independent village called Kamiyagiri, Nakayagiri, and Shimoyagiri, respectively, but it became part of Matsudo City due to the merger with Matsudo Town.
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).
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