Here you can find interesting sights in Tottori, 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 Tottori, Japan.Back to the list of cities in Japan
1. 大唐大巖深心山九品院 玄忠寺
Xuanzhong Temple is a Buddhist temple of Pure Land Sect located in Xinhuozhi Town, Tottori City, Tottori Prefecture. The official name is Xuanzhong Temple, Jiupinyuan, Shenxinshan, Dayan, Datang. Bodaiji of Youweimen, Araki, is widely known for fighting duels at the crossroads of Keyhouse. There is a relic hall of Youweimen, Araki, in the courtyard, displaying related items and materials.
The Tottori Folk Crafts Museum opened in Tottori, Japan, in 1949. It was established as the Tottori Mingeikan by Yoshida Shōya , local advocate of the mingei folk craft movement, who formed a craft guild in 1931 and opened the craft shop "Takumi" in the city the following year. The building in which the museum is housed was registered as a Tangible Cultural Property in 2012.
3. 補陀落山 慈眼寺 観音院
Kannon-in , formally known as Fudarakusan Jigen-ji Kannon-in (補陀落山慈眼寺観音院), is a Buddhist temple in Uemachi district of the city of Tottori, Tottori Prefecture, Japan. Kannon-in was built early in the Edo period and is noted for its Edo-style Japanese garden.
The Tottori Prefectural Museum is a prefectural museum located in Tottori, Japan, dedicated to the nature, history, folklore, and art of Tottori Prefecture. Over three thousand items from the permanent collection are on display and the museum also stages temporary exhibitions.
Ōchidani Jinja (樗谿神社) is a Shinto shrine in Tottori, Tottori Prefecture, Japan. The Karamon, Honden, and Haiden/Heiden, all of 1650, are Important Cultural Properties. The surrounding area is a public park.
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