15 Sights in Nishinomiya, Japan (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Nishinomiya, 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 15 sights are available in Nishinomiya, Japan.

Sightseeing Tours in Nishinomiya

1. Otani Memorial Museum

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Nishimiya Otani Memorial Art Museum is an art museum located in Nishimiya City, Hyogo Prefecture. In 1972, the company opened a collection and residence centered on modern French and Japanese paintings as an exhibition hall. The collection was mainly donated by Takejiro Otani, founder of industrialist Showa Electrode (Takejiro Otani, different from Takejiro Otani, founder of Matsutake). In 1977, the new museum and studio were completed, and in 1991, it was built and rebuilt on a large scale, becoming the present modern art museum. The window on one side of the wide hall on the front of the porch overlooks the Japanese garden, preserving the essence of the old house. The operating legal person is the Otani Memorial Art Museum in Nishinomiya City.

Wikipedia: 西宮市大谷記念美術館 (JA)


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Jiaziyuan History Museum is a museum that has been open in the outfield stands of Hanshin Jiaziyuan Stadium since March 14, 2010. The history and related items of the stadium, the professional baseball team "Hanshin Tiger" based on the stadium, the high school baseball (National High School Baseball Championship, High School Selection Baseball Game), and the college American football game "Daily Jiaziyuan Bowl".

Wikipedia: 甲子園歴史館 (JA)

3. 西廣寺

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西廣寺 Mass Ave 975 / CC BY-SA 3.0

Saikoji Temple (西廣寺) is a temple of the Koyasan Shingon sect located in Danjo-cho, Nishinomiya City, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. The mountain number is Mount Falun. Suitengu Shrine is enshrined in the precincts, and it is one of the typical Shinto Buddhist customs temples of the Hokusetsu region, along with Seikojin Kiyosumiji Temple and Kadojin Tokoji Temple.

Wikipedia: 西廣寺 (JA)

4. 仁川百合野町地すべり資料館

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The Incheon Yurino District Landslide Museum is a landslide museum located in Nishinomiya City, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. It is under the jurisdiction of the Hyogo Prefectural Hanshin Minami Prefectural Civic Center, Prefectural Soil Maintenance Department, River Sabo Control Division. It is located next to the east side of Hyogo Prefectural Kozan Forest Park.

Wikipedia: 仁川百合野町地すべり資料館 (JA)

5. 鳴尾八幡神社

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Naruo Hachiman Shrine (Naruo Hachiman Jinja) is a Shinto shrine located in Nishinomiya City, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. It is worshipped by local residents as a guardian deity in the Naruo district of the city. As for the company name, it is sometimes referred to simply as Hachiman Shrine, and the company name sign at the entrance is engraved "Hachiman Shrine".

Wikipedia: 鳴尾八幡神社 (JA)

6. Fort Nishinomiya

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The Nishinomiya Battery was a Bakumatsu period coastal artillery battery erected by the Tokugawa shogunate on the coast of Osaka Bay of what is now the Nishihato-cho neighborhood of the city of Nishinomiya, Hyōgo Prefecture in the Kansai region of Japan. Its ruins were designated a National Historic Site in 1922.

Wikipedia: Nishinomiya Battery (EN)

7. 日野神社

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Hino Shrine (日野神社, Hinojinja) is a Shinto shrine located in Hino-cho, Nishinomiya City, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. The main deity is Amaterasu, and the other gods are Amaterasu, and Kasuga Daimyō. The forest that covers the precincts is designated as a natural monument of Hyogo Prefecture.

Wikipedia: 日野神社 (西宮市) (JA)

8. Imazu Lighthouse

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Imazu Lighthouse (imazu lighthouse) is a privately owned (operated by sake brewery Ozeki Co., Ltd.) located in Imazu Nishihama-cho, Nishinomiya City, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. It is the oldest lighthouse used as an active route marker Japan. Designated cultural property of Nishinomiya City.

Wikipedia: 今津灯台 (JA)

9. Mondoyakujin Toko-ji Temple

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Tōkō-ji (東光寺) is a temple of the Koyasan Shingon sect located in Kado-Nishimachi, Nishinomiya City, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. The mountain number is Mt. Songtai. The main statue is Yakushi Nyorai. Another name is Kadodo Evil God. One of the three great evil gods Japan.

Wikipedia: 門戸厄神東光寺 (JA)

10. 岡太神社

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Okata Shrine (岡太神社, Okata-jinja) is a Shinto shrine located in Komatsuminami-cho, Nishinomiya City, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. It is a shikinai sharonsha, and the former company is a prefectural company. It is said to be the oldest shrine in the Naruo area.

Wikipedia: 岡太神社 (西宮市) (JA)

11. 西宮成田山圓満寺

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Enmanji Temple is a Buddhist temple located in 1-chome, Shakamachi, Nishinomiya City, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. Koyasan Shingon Sect Bekkaku Honzan, mountain number is Iozan. Settsu Province 88 places 79th ticket office. The main statue is Yakushi Nyorai.

Wikipedia: 円満寺 (西宮市) (JA)

12. 福應神社

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Fukuo Shrine (福應神社) is a Shinto shrine located in Imazu Daito Town, Nishinomiya City, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. Along with Nishinomiya Shrine and Koshikiiwa Shrine, Nishinomiya is called the "Three Lucky Gods" and attracts worship.

Wikipedia: 福應神社 (JA)

13. 戎座人形芝居館

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The Eiza Puppet Theater was located in Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture, and was a museum dedicated to the puppet theater of a puppet master (Kugutsushi) related to the Ebisu faith. It closed at the end of December 2012.

Wikipedia: 戎座人形芝居館 (JA)

14. 西福寺

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Saifukuji Temple (西福寺, Saifukuji) is a temple of the Jodo Shinshu Honganji sect located in Nishinomiya City, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. The mountain number is Dongmen Mountain. The main statue is Amitabha Buddha.

Wikipedia: 西福寺 (西宮市) (JA)

15. Nishinomiya-jinja Shrine

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Nishinomiya Shrine is a Shinto shrine in Nishinomiya, Hyōgo, Japan. It is the head shrine of the Ebisu sect of Shinto, and it is said that there are about 3,500 shrines under it. Locals call the shrine "Ebessan".

Wikipedia: Nishinomiya Shrine (EN), Website


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