19 Sights in Sakai, Japan (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Sakai, Japan. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 19 sights are available in Sakai, Japan.

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1. 田出井山古墳

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Tadeiyama Kofun (田出井山古墳, Tadeiyama Kofun) is a forward posterior burial mound located in the town of Kita-Mikunigaoka, Sakai-ku, Sakai, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. It is one of the burial mounds that make up the Hyakushū Tori Kofun Group, and although the actual burial place is not known, it has been ruled by the Imperial Household Agency as the "Hyakushū Tori Ear Hara Kita no Misagi" (Mozumihara no Kita no Misagi) in the tomb of the 18th Anti-Shōgun Emperor. It is registered as part of the World Cultural Heritage Site Hyakushū Tori Kouichi Kofun Group -Ancient Japan Tomb Group.

Wikipedia: 田出井山古墳 (JA)

2. 石津神社

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石津神社 KENPEI / CC-BY-SA-3.0

Ishizu Shrine (石津神社, Ishizu Jinja) is a Shinto shrine located in the town of Ishizu, Sakai-ku, Sakai, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. Izumi Kuni Shikiuchi Shrine. It is also called Ishizu Taisha. It is called "the oldest palace in Japan". Ebisu deities are generally considered to be far from the ears, and at Ishizu Shrine, a board is set up next to the main shrine where people can make wishes by striking them with a mallet. During the period of the Great Exorcism, a ring of thatch is prepared.

Wikipedia: 石津神社 (JA)

3. 孫太夫山古墳

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The Magota Yuyama Kofun (孫太夫山古墳, Magoda Yuyama Kofun) is a forward and posterior burial mound located in Daisen Park, 2-chome, Yuun-cho, Sakai-ku, Sakai-shi, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. It is one of the ancient tombs that make up the Hyakushū Tori Kofun Group, and is regarded as a jury of the Daisenryō Kofun (Emperor Nitoku's Tomb), and is registered as part of the constituent assets of the World Cultural Heritage Hyakushū Tori Kouichi Kofun Group - Ancient Japan Tomb Group.

Wikipedia: 孫太夫山古墳 (JA)

4. 収塚古墳

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The ancient tomb is a short sail-shaped front-back round tomb (sail-shaped ancient tomb) located in the front part of 150-2, 2, Xiyun Town, Sakai District, Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture, which is considered as the accompanying tomb of Daxian Mausoleum (Rende Tianhuang Mausoleum). It is one of the ancient tombs that constitute the ancient tombs of the hundred tongues, and has been designated as a national historical site.

Wikipedia: 収塚古墳 (JA)

5. 開口神社

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Aguchi Jinja (開口神社, Aguchi-jinja) is a Shinto shrine located in Sakai-ku, Sakai, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. Commonly known as "Ōtera" (Ōtera). Locally, he is known as "Ōdera-san". A clan shrine of Sakai Minamigumi (south of Ōkoji). It is a shikiuchi sha, and the former company rank is Fusha. Since Sakai is also the birthplace of Yosano Akiko, the "Akiko Love Song Mikuji" is prepared at the Kaikan Shrine.

Wikipedia: 開口神社 (JA)

6. 本伝寺

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Hontenji (本傳寺, Hontenji-ji) is a temple of Nichiren Shoshu Buddhism located in Sakai-ku, Sakai, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. The name of the mountain is Mount Juryōzan. It is also said to be the founding of Hakuren Nikko, and was once located in Meguchiji Town (near present-day Ichino-cho, Sakai-ku, Sakai City), but moved to its present location in the second year of Kanbun (1663).

Wikipedia: 本伝寺 (堺市) (JA)

7. 堺市産業振興センター イベントホール

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堺市産業振興センター イベントホール KENPEI / CC-BY-SA-3.0

Sakai Industrial Revitalization Center is a peripheral organization located under the jurisdiction of the Manufacturing Support Section of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry of Sakai Industrial Revitalization Bureau, Sakai North District, Osaka Prefecture. Revitalize regional industries, train talents, and provide loans for local enterprises.

Wikipedia: 堺市産業振興センター (JA)

8. 方違神社

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Fangfei Shrine is a shrine located in Sakai District, Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture. The local people call it "Mr. Big Wrong". The old society is a rural society. Sacrificing God is a great god who violates luck. Since ancient times, shrines have been widely believed in eliminating disasters in azimuth, geomantic omen and family.

Wikipedia: 方違神社 (JA)

9. 金岡神社

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Kanaoka Shrine (金岡神社, Kanaoka Jinja) is a Shinto shrine located in Kanaoka-cho, Kita-ku, Sakai, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. The former name of the company was Gōsha. It is known as a shrine dedicated to the early Heian period painter Giant Kaneoka, who is said to have established the style of Yamato-e.

Wikipedia: 金岡神社 (JA)

10. 永山古墳

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Yongshan Ancient Tomb is located in front of Dongyongshan Garden in Sakai District, Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture. One of the ancient tombs that make up the ancient tombs of the hundred tongues is registered as a part of the constituent assets of the ancient tombs of ancient Japan, a world cultural heritage.

Wikipedia: 永山古墳 (JA)

11. 百舌鳥八幡宮

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百舌鳥八幡宮 KENPEI / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Baigubird Bagua Palace is a shrine located in the northern district of Sakai, Osaka Prefecture. The old company is a government agency. In the courtyard of about 10,000 ping, huge camphor trees with a tree age of about 800 years, which are designated as natural monuments of Osaka Prefecture, flourish.

Wikipedia: 百舌鳥八幡宮 (JA)

12. 自転車博物館サイクルセンター

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Shimano Bicycle Museum is a bicycle-related museum located in Nanxiangyang Town, Sakai District, Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture. The "Bicycle Museum Circulation Center", which is close to Daxian Park, Daxian Town, Sakai District, Sakai City, was newly relocated and reopened on March 25, 2022 (Linghe 4).

Wikipedia: 自転車博物館 (JA)

13. 黒姫山古墳

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The Kurohimeyama Kofun (黒姫山古墳) is a Kofun period keyhole-shaped burial mound, located in Mihara ward of the city of Sakai, Osaka in the Kansai region of Japan. The tumulus was designated a National Historic Site of Japan in 1957 with the area under protection expanded in 1978.

Wikipedia: Kurohimeyama Kofun (EN)

14. 誉田八幡宮

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Koda Hachimangu (栄田八幡宮, Koda Hachimangu) is a Shinto shrine located in Yoshida, Habikino City, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. The former name of the company was Fusha. It sits adjacent to the south of the Shōda Imperial Shrine Mountain Tomb (Emperor Ojin's Mausoleum).

Wikipedia: 誉田八幡宮 (JA)

15. 清学院

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Seigakuin (清学院, Seigakuin) is a temple of the Shugendo Toyama sect located in Sakai-ku, Sakai, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. The hon. Gentleman is a statue of the immovable Ming King. The gates are registered as tangible cultural properties registered by the government.

Wikipedia: 清学院 (JA)

16. 乳岡古墳

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乳岡古墳 あばさー / Public domain

Rugang Ancient Tomb is located in front of No.2 Ding, Ishinachi, Sakai District, Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture. It is one of the ancient tombs that constitute the ancient tombs of the hundred tongues, and has been designated as a national historical site.

Wikipedia: 乳岡古墳 (JA)

17. 蜂田神社

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Hachita Jinja (beeta jinja) is a Shinto shrine located in Hattadera-cho, Naka-ku, Sakai, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. It is a small shrine in Izumi Kuni Ōtori District, listed in the Yanki Shikigami Name Book. It is also called the Palace of the Bells.

Wikipedia: 蜂田神社 (JA)

18. 朝日寺

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Asahi Temple (Asahi Temple) is a Rilianzong Temple located in Daxian Town, Sakai District, Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture, and its mountain name is Lingque Mountain. The old mountain is Miaojing Temple in Guzhen, where students learn from the law.

Wikipedia: 朝日寺 (堺市) (JA)

19. 源光寺

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Genkoji (源光寺, Genkōji-ji) is a temple of the Honganji sect of the Jōdo Shin Buddhism located in Minamihanada-cho, Kita-ku, Sakai, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. The name of the mountain is Mount Ziyun.

Wikipedia: 源光寺 (堺市北区) (JA)

Disclaimer Please be aware of your surroundings and do not enter private property. We are not liable for any damages that occur during the tours.

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