9 Sights in Mishima, Japan (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Mishima, 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 9 sights are available in Mishima, Japan.

Sightseeing Tours in Mishima

1. 伊豆国分寺

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伊豆国分寺 Kicho- / CC BY-SA 3.0

Izu Kokubun-ji (伊豆国分寺) is a Buddhist temple located in what is now the city of Mishima, Shizuoka, Japan. It is the modern successor of one of the provincial temples established by Emperor Shōmu during the Nara period for the purpose of promoting Buddhism as the national religion of Japan and standardising control of Yamato rule over the provinces. The foundation stones for the seven-story pagoda of original temple was designated as a National Historic Site in 1956.

Wikipedia: Izu Kokubun-ji (EN)

2. Sano Art Museum

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The Sano Art Museum is a private art museum, located in the Nakata neighborhood of the city of Mishima, Shizuoka Prefecture, central Japan. The museum was founded in 1966 by Mishima-born Sano Ryūichi, founder of the chemical company Tekkōsha and recipient of the Second Order of the Sacred Treasure. The museum has a collection of over 2500 items, and is especially noted for its collection of Japanese swords.

Wikipedia: Sano Art Museum (EN), Website, Website En

3. 楽寿園

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Rakuju-en (楽寿園) is a public park with a Japanese garden and zoo, located in the city of Mishima, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. It was designated as a National Place of Scenic Beauty of Japan and well as a Natural monument of Japan in 1954. In 2012, the Rakuju-en was designated as part of the Izu Peninsula Geopark

Wikipedia: Rakuju-en (EN), Website

4. Yamanaka Fort Ruins

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Yamanaka Fort Ruins

Yamanaka Castle was a Sengoku period yamajiro-style Japanese castle, built by the Odawara Hōjō clan in Tagata District, Izu Province, in what is now eastern Mishima, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. The ruins have been protected by the central government as a National Historic Site since 1988.

Wikipedia: Yamanaka Castle (EN)

5. Mishima-Taisya

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The Mishima Taisha (三嶋大社) is a Shinto shrine located in the city of Mishima in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. It is the ichinomiya of former Izu Province as well as its Sōja shrine. The main festival of the shrine is held annually on August 16, and features yabusame performances.

Wikipedia: Mishima Taisha (EN)

6. Kannami Buddha Statues Museum

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The Kannami Buddha Museum of Art is an art museum located in Kuwabara, Kannan-cho, Tagata District, Shizuoka Prefecture. It is a facility to preserve and inherit the 24 Buddha statues that have been protected in Kuwabara Ward as the property of the townspeople.

Wikipedia: かんなみ仏の里美術館 (JA), Website, Website En

7. 劔刀石床別命神社

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Tsurugi Tachi Iwatoko no Mikoto Jinja (Tsurugi Tachi Iwatoko no Mikoto Jinja, Sword Stone Toko Betsumei Shrine) is a shrine located in Yada, Mishima City, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. It is a Shikiuchi company, and the former company name is a village company.

Wikipedia: 劒刀石床別命神社 (JA)

8. 三嶋暦師の館

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The House of Mishima Rekishi is a museum located in Mishima City, Shizuoka Prefecture. It is located 300 meters east of Mishima Taisha. It was opened by renovating the house of the Kawai family, which had been issuing the Mishima calendar for generations.

Wikipedia: 三嶋暦師の館 (JA)

9. 熊野神社

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Kumano Shrine is a shrine located on Iwo Jima in Mishima Village, Kagoshima District, Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan. It is also called Iwo Daigongen Palace, and is said to be the site of the Imperial Palace of Emperor Antoku's later years.

Wikipedia: 熊野神社 (三島村) (JA)


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