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

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 11 sights are available in Matsudo, Japan.

List of cities in JapanSightseeing Tours in Matsudo

1. 小山樋門

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Koyamahimon (小山樋門, Koyamahimon) is a three-arch brick sluice gate located in Matsudo, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. It was built in 1898 (Meiji 31) to prevent the backflow of the Saka River, but now it is used as a road bridge on the Chiba Prefectural Road No. 5 Matsudo-Noda Line that crosses the Saka River after its role, and is called "brick bridge" or "spectacle bridge". It is the oldest existing brick sluice gate in Chiba Prefecture.

Wikipedia: 小山樋門 (JA)

2. 柴又八幡神社

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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.

Wikipedia: 柴又八幡神社古墳 (JA)

3. Yagiri-no-Watashi Ferry

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Sagittal incision is the general name of the upper sagittal incision (upper sagittal incision), midsagittal incision (midsagittal incision) and lower sagittal incision (lower sagittal incision) located in Matsuto City, Chiba Prefecture. In the past, they were two independent villages, namely Shangyache Village, Nakayache Village and Xiayache Village, which merged with Matsudo Town to become a part of Matsudo City.

Wikipedia: 矢切 (JA)

4. Shibamata Taishakuten Temple

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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.

Wikipedia: Shibamata Taishakuten (EN)

5. 葛飾区郷土と天文の博物館

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The Katsushika-ku Folk and Astronomical Museum is a museum located in Shiratori 3-chome, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo. It opened in July 1991. It is operated by Katsushika Ward. It has six departments: History, Folklore, Archaeology, Buried Cultural Properties, Cultural Properties, and Astronomy. He hosts regional history forums by inviting experts and writes and publishes books on local history.

Wikipedia: 葛飾区郷土と天文の博物館 (JA)

6. Koryuji

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Kōryū-ji (廣龍寺) is a Nichiren Buddhist temple located in Higashimatsudo, Matsudo, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. The mountain number is Mt. Myōmi. The former main mountain is the Daihonzan Hokketsuji Temple (中山門流), Oyashi Hōen. The Koshin Pagoda in front of the mountain gate is a tangible cultural property of Matsudo City.

Wikipedia: 廣龍寺 (JA)

7. Matsudo City Museum

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Matsudo City Museum is a city-run museum located in Matsudo City, Chiba Prefecture. In 1993, it was built in the 21st century forest and square, a natural respect city park built as part of the 50th anniversary of Matsudo city system. Twenty-one forest halls were built nearby almost at the same time.

Wikipedia: 松戸市立博物館 (JA)

8. 21世紀の森と広場

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The 21st Century Forest and Square is a park located in Matsudo City, Chiba Prefecture. Wetlands and forests, etc., are built with the concept of "urban parks" with natural respect that have existed since ancient times. The opening time is April 29th, 1993 (Old Green Day).

Wikipedia: 21世紀の森と広場 (JA), Website

9. Mori No Hall 21

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Mori no Hall 21 (森のHall ni Jyuuichi) is a multipurpose hall of Matsudo City located in the corner of the 21st century forest and plaza located in Matsudo City, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. Mori no Hall 21 is a nickname, and the official name is Matsudo City Cultural Hall.

Wikipedia: 森のホール21 (JA)

10. 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)

11. 福昌寺

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Fukushoji Temple (福昌寺) is a temple of the Soto sect located in Matsudo, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. It was opened in 1577 (Tensho 5). It was built as the last temple of Kotokuji Temple in Nakaganesugi.

Wikipedia: 福昌寺 (松戸市) (JA)


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