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


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Explore interesting sights in Yamaguchi, 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 Yamaguchi, Japan.

1. Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media [YCAM]

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Yamaguchi Information Art Center is a comprehensive facility such as library, hall and art museum located in Zhongyuan Town, Yamaguchi City, Yamaguchi Prefecture. In addition to holding planning exhibitions related to media art, which mainly uses computers and images, there are also production facilities and performance halls. Commonly known as "YCAM" or "Julang Mountain Pass". Shankou Cultural Revitalization Consortium, a public welfare consortium, is responsible For the only time, the four countries were selected into the 100 excellent halls. In the 20th year of Heisei (2008), the 11th Public Building Award was awarded by the Public Building Association.

Wikipedia: 山口情報芸術センター (JA)

2. Rujikōji Temple

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Rujikōji Temple

Rurikoji Temple (瑠璃光寺) is a temple of the Soto sect located in Kayama-cho, Yamaguchi City. Centered on the five-storied pagoda, which is a national treasure, the precincts are called Kayama Park and are also famous for cherry blossoms and plum blossoms. It is a temple that conveys the Ouchi culture during the heyday of the Ouchi clan, and is a tourist attraction that represents "West Kyo and Yamaguchi". The Kayama Cemetery is designated as a national historic site as one of the "Mohri Family Graveyards".

Wikipedia: 瑠璃光寺 (JA)

3. 山口県立山口博物館

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Yamaguchi Prefectural Museum is a prefectural museum in Yamaguchi, Japan, dedicated to the natural history and history of Yamaguchi Prefecture. It also has displays relating to science, technology, and astronomy. The museum opened as the Bōchō Educational Museum in 1912 and moved to its present location in 1917, reopening as the Yamaguchi Prefectural Educational Museum. The current building dates to 1967. The museum celebrated its one hundredth anniversary in 2012.

Wikipedia: Yamaguchi Prefectural Museum (EN)

4. 中原中也記念館

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Nakahara Chūya Memorial Museum is a museum dedicated to the life and works of poet Nakahara Chūya in Yamaguchi, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan. Located on the site of his birthplace, the museum opened in 1994. The museum was in 1998 selected among the 100 Top Public Buildings by the then Ministry of Construction.

Wikipedia: Nakahara Chūya Memorial Museum (EN)

5. 山口サビエル記念聖堂

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Yamaguchi Xavier Memorial Cathedral is a Christian Catholic cathedral of the Diocese of Hiroshima located in Yamaguchi City, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan. It is also called Xavier Memorial Cathedral, but the official name of the facility is not clouded by Xavier.

Wikipedia: 山口サビエル記念聖堂 (JA)


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