5 Sights in Tatsuno, Japan (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Tatsuno, 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 5 sights are available in Tatsuno, Japan.

List of cities in Japan Sightseeing Tours in Tatsuno

1. 龍野公園

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Longye Park is a comprehensive park located in Longye City, Hyogo Prefecture. The park with an area of about 16.0 ha is located at the southwest foot of Jilong Mountain (218 meters) and the south foot of Dechang Mountain (394 meters), which belongs to Xibo Hilly County Natural Park. It is widely known as a place of interest for enjoying cherry blossoms in spring and red leaves in autumn.

Wikipedia: 龍野公園 (JA)

2. 聚遠亭

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Shuentei (聚遠亭) is a historical building and garden located in the ruins of the mansion of Wakisaka, lord of Ryūno Domain. It is located in Tatsuno Park, which spreads at the western foot of Mount Chicken Basket in Tatsu City, Hyogo Prefecture. It is famous as a sightseeing spot of autumn leaves.

Wikipedia: 聚遠亭 (JA)

3. 矢野勘治記念館

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Kasumijōkan (霞城館, Kasumijōkan) is a literary museum located in the town of Tatsuno, Tatsu, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. The Yano Kenji Memorial Hall (Yano Kinenkan) will be built at the same time. The main body of the project is the public interest incorporated foundation Kasumi Castlekan.

Wikipedia: 霞城館 (JA)

4. 龍野神社

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Longye Shrine is located at the southern foot of Jilong Mountain in Longye City, Hyogo Prefecture. The old company is a township community. One of the popular shrines offering sacrifices to the ancestors from the late Edo period to the early Meiji period.

Wikipedia: 龍野神社 (JA)

5. 白鷺山

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Shirasagiyama Park (白鷺山公園, Shirasagiyama-kōen) is a park located in Mount Shirasagi in the city of Tatsu, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. It is known as the "Nursery Rhyme Path" and the famous spot of cherry blossoms and swastikas.

Wikipedia: 白鷺山公園 (JA)

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