Explore interesting sights in Oita, 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 6 sights are available in Oita, Japan.
1. Oita Joshi Park
Funai Castle is a 16th-century castle, located in Ōita city, Ōita Prefecture, Japan. It was built by Ōtomo Sōrin in 1562, who owned much of the surrounding Kyūshū island. The castle was originally built with several turrets (yagura), all of which were burnt down with the three story donjon in 1743. Some parts of the castle were rebuilt in the 1800’s, including two of the turrets which still stand today. The covered bridge that led to the castle over its moat, as well as three more turrets and the main castle gate, were rebuilt in the 20th century. Original remains also include parts of the stone and plaster walls, as well as the moat.
2. Sekizaki Ocean and Astronomical Observatory Hall
JX Metal Mirai Kaihokan is an Oita municipal complex consisting of astronomical platforms and observatory facilities in Sagaseki, Oita City, Oita Prefecture. The Sekizaki Kaihokan, which existed at the same place, was temporarily closed in May 2022, and was named JX Metal Sekizaki Mirai Kaihoku on July 1, 2023 due to the Naming Lights Agreement. Scheduled to be reopened on July 21, 2023.
Dacha Premium Yun Art Museum (おおおけけけけけかかかかかかかかいいかかいいかかい) of the Great Branch of the Olympic Open of the Branch. The name "The Kid House" (げいかかかかかかかげいかかかかかかいかかかかかいかいかいかかかかいかいかかかかいかいかい\1236
The Hayashi Himejinja Shrine (also written as Hayasu Himejinja, Hayasu Himejinja) is a shrine located in Oita City, Oita Prefecture, Japan. It is a Shikiuchi company, and the former company name is a prefectural company. Also known as Seki no Gongen-sama.
Ōita City Historical Museum opened in Ōita, Ōita Prefecture, Japan, in 1987. The collection comprises materials relating to Ōita. The museum itself is on the site of the former Bungo Kokubun-ji , the provincial temple of Bungo province.
Yushan Temple (ょうぜじ) The monastery of the Yukawa Temple of the Daizhuan Di Da Chai. The mountain is flying to the mountain (ひらいざざざざいざいざいざざいざざいざざいざいざ). The eleven sights of this honor.
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