Explore interesting sights in Niigata, 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 13 sights are available in Niigata, Japan.Sightseeing Tours in Niigata
Kanbara Shrine (蒲原神社, Kanbara Jinja) is a Shinto shrine located in Nagamine-cho, Chuo-ku, Niigata City, Niigata Prefecture, Japan. The head office was the "Aomi Shrine" (Omi no Yashiro) located on Mt. Kanabati, and in addition to the main deity of Shiinetsuhiko, the god of the five elements (the god of fire, the god of water, the god of trees, the god of gold, and the god of earth), the god of learning, Sugawara no Michishinko, etc. are also enshrined. Since the samurai Hatakeyama Rokuro Shigemune in the early Kamakura period is enshrined by tradition, it is also known as "Rokuro-sama".
The Furutsu Hachimanyama Site is an archaeological site containing the remnants of a late Yayoi period moated settlement with three Kofun tumuli located in the Furutsu neighborhood of Akiha-ku, Niigata in the Hokuriku region of Japan. The site was designated a National Historic Site of Japan in 2005, with the area under preservation extended in 2011 It is the northernmost moated Yayoi settlement site thus far discovered on the Sea of Japan coast.
3. Niigata Learning Center For Humans & The Environment
The Niigata Prefectural Environment and Human Fureai Museum is a museum exhibition facility on the theme of the second Minamata disease (Niigata Minamata disease) and the water environment located in Maeshinden, Kita-ku, Niigata City, Niigata Prefecture. As a subname, the Niigata Minamata Disease Museum has been given. The facility is operated and managed by Niigata Prefecture.
Baishan Shrine (Baishan Shrine) is located at No.17, No.1, Dingmu, 1, Noguitong, Central District, Niigata City, Niigata Prefecture. Intra-company. In order to distinguish it from the shrine of the same name located in the central district of Niigata City, it is called "Maogui Baishan Shrine".
5. View Fukushimagata
The water station "View Fukushimagata" (水駅 "View Fukushimagata") is a tourist and exchange facility located on the shore of Lake Fukushimagata in Kita-ku, Niigata City, Niigata Prefecture, Japan. It was developed in 1997 along with the rest facility Kataraitei and the pool water hall.
6. NGT48 Theater
Northern Culture Museum is an open-air museum in Kōnan-ku, Niigata, Japan. It contains the well known mansion of a wealthy farming family called gōnō (豪農), gardens and houses from the Edo period. There is also a branch in Chūō-ku, Niigata.
The Ayamezuka Kofun (菖蒲塚古墳) is a keyhole-shaped kofun burial mound located in the Takenomachi neighborhood of Nishikan-ku, Niigata in the Hokuriku region of Japan. The tumulus was designated a National Historic Site of Japan in 1938.
Boshin Park (戊辰公園) is a park located in Sekiya Shimokawara-cho, Chuo-ku, Niigata. Opened in 1932. A memorial monument to Irobe Nagato has been erected. The park manager is the Niigata City Eastern Regional Civil Engineering Office.
10. Bandai Bridge
The Bandai Bridge is a bridge crossing the Shinano River in Niigata, Niigata Prefecture, Japan via National Route 7. The current bridge was constructed in 1929, and was designated as a nationally Important Cultural Property in July 2004.
Niigata City Kita-ku Cultural Hall is a hall facility located in Kita-ku, Niigata City, Niigata Prefecture, Japan. The NKS-Hapisca and Yosaka-Convention Linkage consortium manage and operate as designated administrators.
12. Niigata Catholic Church
The Christ the King Cathedral also called Niigata Church is a religious building that is affiliated with the Catholic Church and is located in the city of Niigata in the prefecture of the same name, in Japan.
13. Kingyokuinari Jinja Shrine
Kingyoku Inari Shrine (金玉稲荷神社, Kingyoku Inarijinja) was a Shinto shrine located in Washinoki Shinden, Minami-ku, Niigata City, Niigata Prefecture, Japan. Closed at the end of March 2023 (Reiwa 5).
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