Explore interesting sights in Tochigi, 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 5 sights are available in Tochigi, Japan.
1. Tochigi City Cultural Hall
Tochigi Cultural Center (Tochigi Cultural Center, Tochigi City) is a multi-purpose hall located in Asahimachi, Tochigi City, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan. Opened on October 1, 1983. It is nicknamed Tochigi Iwashita's New Ginger Hall (Tochigi Iwashita no Shinshoga Hall). In the lobby of the hall, Tadayoshi Sato's "Statue of a Daughter (1959)" is permanently installed.
The Hoshino archeological site (Hoshino Iseki) is a composite archeological site from the late Paleolithic to the Jomon period, located on the Yamaguchi Plateau on the left bank of the Ashio Mountains near Hoshino Yamaguchi, Tochigi City, Tochigi Prefecture. It was designated as a designated historic site of Tochigi City on February 15, 1966.
The Iwashita Ginger Museum (Iwata no Shiga Museum) is a corporate museum of Iwashita Foods in Honmachi, Tochigi City, Tochigi Prefecture. It is a facility where you can feel the "Shiawase with new ginger" through viewing and experimental activities on the exhibition and experience activities of "Iwashita Ginger" that the company develops.
4. Tochigi Festival Car Museum
Tochigi Float Kaikan is a facility located in Manmachi, Tochigi City, Tochigi Prefecture that exhibits puppet floats that parade during the Tochigi Autumn Festival. Six Tochigi floats, which are designated tangible folk cultural properties of Tochigi Prefecture, will be stored.
Shingyo-ji Temple is a temple of the Nichiren Shoshu sect located in Tochigi City, Tochigi Prefecture. Its sango (literally, "mountain name"), which is the title prefixed to the name of a Buddhist temple, is Hokekzan.
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