11 Sights in Tsuyama, Japan (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Tsuyama, 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 11 sights are available in Tsuyama, Japan.

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1. 鶴山公園

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Tsuruyama Park is a historical park located in Tsuyama City, Okayama Prefecture. In the center of Tsuyama Castle, which had been paid to the private sector by the abandoned castle in the Meiji era, the Tsuyama -cho was a town, and was released as Tsuruyama Park in 1900 (Meiji 33). It is also called Tsuruyama Park at Tsuyama Castle. The old land name is "Tsuruyama", but the name of the castle and the park name are "Hakusan".

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2. 作州城東屋敷

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The East House of Zuozhou City was built in the east area of Jinshan City, Okayama Prefecture, which reproduces the architecture of the town family in Edo period. In 1993, Jinshan City was built for the purpose of living in tourist rest places and training of urban preservation movements. There are two-story small houses with wooden structure, silk cutting exhibition hall, fire hangar and so on.

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3. 長昌山 妙法寺

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Miaofa Temple is a Rilianzong Temple located in Nisi Town, Jinshan City, Okayama Prefecture. There are cemeteries of Kano Rulin (painter), Jian Jing (knife worker), Iizuka Zhuqi (literati painter), Takeuchi Wen Zi (educator) and others in the territory. The mountain number is Changchang Mountain. The former Benshan was Miaojue Temple in Kyoto, that is, Diao Tong Hui.

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4. 津山城跡

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Tsuyama Castle is a castle in Sange, Tsuyama, Okayama prefecture, Japan. Tsuyama is home to one of Japan's three major hirayama style castles along with Himeji Castle and Matsuyama Castle (Iyo), which were constructed around the same time. During the Edo period, Tsuyama castle served as the primary residence of the government official and Lord of the Tsuyama Domain.

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5. 延寿山 本行寺

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Honjoji is a temple of Nichiren sect in Saiji -cho, Tsuyama City, Okayama Prefecture. The mountain name is Mt. It flourished as a missionary base of Nichiren sect in Mimasaka. Former Motoyama is Myokaku -ji Temple in Kyoto City, a masterpiece law (exclusive party). On the precincts is the grave of Asahi Shigeru, known for the Asahi Litigation (Human Trial).

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6. 津山まなびの鉄道館

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Tsuyama Railroad Educational Museum is a railway museum in Tsuyama, Okayama, Japan, operated by West Japan Railway Company since 2 April 2016. It is based around the former Tsuyama Depot roundhouse, which was used to house a number of preserved locomotives since 2007.

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7. 国指定史跡 箕作阮甫旧宅

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The former residence of Jizuo Ruan Fu, located along the old Izumo Street in Jinshan City, Okayama Prefecture, is the former residence of Jizuo Ruan Fu, a foreign scholar in Jinshan Francisco, and has been designated as a national historical site.

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8. 法雲山 妙願寺

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Miaoyuan Temple is a temple of Pure Land True Sect Honganji Sect located in Huchuan Town, Jinshan City, Okayama Prefecture. Commonly known as "Heshan Royal Square". The mountain name "Fayun Mountain" used to be the head of the United States.

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9. 徳守神社

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Deshou Shrine is located in Miyawaki Town, Jinshan City, Okayama Prefecture. Tsuyama Francisco is always guarding. Shege is a county community, and now as the general guard of the central city of Jinshan City, it is deeply loved by Shi Zi.

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10. 法光山 妙勝寺

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Miaosheng Temple is a Rilianzong Temple located in Nisi Town, Jinshan City, Okayama Prefecture, with the mountain name Faguang Mountain. In the past, Benshan was Miaojue Temple in Kyoto, that is, Diao Tong Hui.

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11. 千代稲荷神社

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Chiyo Daohe Shrine is a shrine located in Jinshan City, Okayama Prefecture. The old company is a qualified company. Although there is no surname, there are worshippers from inside and outside the town.

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