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Linquan Temple is a Cao Dongzong temple located in Mize City, Yamagata Prefecture. The mountain number is Spring Mountain. It is not only the Bodaiji of Mize Fan Shangshan's family, but also the Bodaiji who continued with Naojiang. In the early Edo period, the Shangshan family was established at the gates of Mize. In addition, in the Nagao era, the predecessor of Shangshan family, the Spring Mountain ninjuji with the same name was established at the foot of Jucheng Chunri Mountain City, which is still in Shangyue City, Niigata Prefecture.
Miyasaka Archeological Museum is a registered museum in Yamagata Prefecture located in Yonezawa City, Yamagata Prefecture. The business entity is Miyasaka Archeological Museum. It is mainly collected by the former director, Zensuke Miyasaka, mainly collected by archeological, history, and folk materials in the Yonezawa region. The collections include cultural properties related to the Yonezawa clan.
Shangshan Shrine is a shrine located in Mize City, Yamagata Prefecture. Located in Songjiao Park (Mize City Site), it is dedicated to Shangshan Qianxin. The old company was the Bigger Official Coin Society. One of the popular shrines offering sacrifices to the ancestors from the late Edo period to the early Meiji period.
Nichirenji is a temple of Nichiren sect in Aiocho, Yonezawa City, Yamagata Prefecture. The mountain name is Kichijoyama. Former Motoyama is Tamazawa Myoho -ji Temple, Denju Law (Den Denkai). Enshrine Mud Bishamonten. There is a tomb of Taro Chisaka (Ishikawa Prefectural Ordinance, Okayama Prefectural Ordinance).
Ho -Onji is a temple of the Shingon sect Toyama school in Yonezawa City, Yamagata Prefecture. The mountain name is Hakkaiyama. The principal is Dainichi Nyorai. It is a bodhi temple of the Uesugi family. It was built in 737 to mourn the bodhis of Masaya Fujiwara, who was traveling around the countries.
Yonezawa City Uesugi Museum opened in the former grounds of Yonezawa Castle in Yonezawa, Yamagata Prefecture, Japan, in 2001. The collection of some 18,800 objects includes the National Treasures Scenes In and Around the Capital , by Kanō Eitoku, and Uesugi Family Documents .
Kasuga Jinja is a shrine located in Yonezawa City, Yamagata Prefecture. The god of god is Kasuga four pillars Ogami (Kasuga Gongen). He was the god of the Yonezawa feudal lord Kamisugi family, and was the guardian of Kasugayama Rinji -ji Temple.
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