7 Sights in Miyazu, Japan (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Miyazu, 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 7 sights are available in Miyazu, Japan.

1. 金引の滝

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Kanabiki Falls is a waterfall located in Takiba, Miyazu City, Kyoto Prefecture. It is about 40 meters high and about 20 meters wide. It is a general term for three waterfalls: Kinhiki Falls (male and female waterfalls), Hakuryu Falls (Hakuryu), and Garyu Falls. It is located in the upper reaches of the Takima River, a tributary of the Ote River. It is the only waterfall in Kyoto Prefecture that has been selected as one of the 100 best waterfalls in Japan.

Wikipedia: 金引の滝 (JA)

2. 山王宮日吉神社

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Sannomiya Hiyoshi Shrine is a shrine located in Miyazu City, Kyoto Prefecture. It was considered to be the general god of the soil of Miyazu Town. In the Edo period, the annual "Sanno Festival" was designated as the Miyazu Domain Festival, and feudal warriors also participated in the procession. It is also called the Miyazu Festival. The former company name is Gosha. Locally, they are called "Sanu-san" and "Hiyoshi-san" and are popular.

Wikipedia: 山王宮日吉神社 (JA)

3. Kono Shrine

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Kono Shrine

Kono Jinja (籠神社) is a Shinto shrine in the Ōgaki neighborhood of the city of Miyazu in Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. It is the ichinomiya of former Tango Province. The main festival of the shrine is held annually on April 24.The shrine is also called the Moto-Ise Kono Jinja (元伊勢籠神社), and its kannushi has been in the Amabe clan since the Kofun period.

Wikipedia: Kono Shrine (EN)

4. 傘松公園

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Umbrella pine park is a park located in Miyazu City, Kyoto Prefecture. It is operated by Tango Sea Contestation. Located in the northwest of Amanohashidate, the view is good, and the observatory is one of the tourist attractions. You can climb from Fuchu at the foot by cable car (Amanohashi Steel Railway) or lift.

Wikipedia: 傘松公園 (JA)

5. 智源寺

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Chigenji Temple (ちげんじ)は、Kyoto Prefecture Miyatsu City にある曹洞宗の寺 (専門寺). It was founded in the 2nd year of Koei (1625). Mountain No. Songyu Mountain. The deity は Saint 観 Shiyin Bodhisattva. Tango and Xie 33 Ryo 19th Place. Head of the Hall, Shijia Takahashi Nobuyoshi.

Wikipedia: 智源寺 (JA)

6. Nariai-ji Temple

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Seiso -ji is a temple of the Hashidate Shingon sect in Seisenji -ji, Miyazu -shi, Kyoto. The mountain name is Seira Aoyama. The main statement is Seikan Seon Bodhisattva. The 28th place of the 33rd place in West. From the precincts, you can overlook one of Japan's three views.

Wikipedia: 成相寺 (JA), Website

7. カトリック宮津教会

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Catholic Miyazu Church is a Catholic Christian church located in Miyamoto, Miyazu City, Kyoto Prefecture. It belongs to the Diocese of Kyoto. St. John's Cathedral is designated as an important cultural property of Japan as the "Miyazu Baptist St. Wakahan Cathedral".

Wikipedia: カトリック宮津教会 (JA)


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