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Attractions, Sightseeing Spots, Recreational Facilities

within Kashihara

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Shrines & Temples | Historical Sites  | Museums 

Mausoleum | Parks & Natural Attractions  | Tumulus 

 

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■ Amano-Iwatojinja Shrine

■ Amano-Kaguyamajinja Shrine

■ Anrakuji Temple

■ Hitomarujinja Shrine 

■ Honenji Temple

■ Hojuin Temple

■ Kashiharajingu Shrine

■ Kofukuji Temple

■ Kokubunji Temple

■ Kokugenji Temple 

■ Kontaiji Temple

■ Kumedera Temple

■ Miminashiyamaguchijinja Shrine

■ Myohoji Temple

■ Ofusa Kannon Temple (Official Homepage)

■ Shonenji Temple

■ Shorenji Temple Dainichi Hall

■ Unebiyamaguchijinja Shrine

■ Une-Otsutamotojinja Shrine

■ Zenpukuji Temple 

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Kumedera Temple

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Ofusa Kannon Temple

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Unebiyamaguchijinja Shrine

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■ JR Unebi Station

■ Remains of Suzaku Highway at Ruins of Fujiwara Palace

■ Ruins of Fujiwara Palace

■ Ruins of Moto-Yakushiji Temple

■ Tani Residence

■ Yagi Fuda-no-Tsuji Community Center  

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Yagi Fuda-no-Tsuji Community Center

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■ Archaeological Institute of Kashihara (Official Homepage)

■ Children's Science Museum

■ Fujiwara Capital Information Center

■ Kashihara History Museum

■ Kashihara Insect Museum

■ Nara National Research Institute Exhibition Room for Cultural Artifacts from Fujiwara Palace Ruins

■ Okubo Town Museum  

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Kashihara Insect Museum

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While the actual burial grounds of early emperors have been largely debated by historians and scholars, the Imperial Household Agency designated locations in sites that are related to the particular emperor and recognise them as mausoleums.  

■ Emperor Annei (Third Emperor)

■ Emperor Itoku (Forth Emperor)

■ Emperor Jimmu (First Emperor)

■ Emperor Kogen (Eighth Emperor)

■ Emperor Senka (28th Emperor)

■ Emperor Suizei (Second Emperor)  

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Mausoleum of Emperor Itoku

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■ Kaguyama Park

■ Kashihara Forest Park

■ Kashihara Park

■ Kashihara Sports Park

■ Kashihara Swimming Complex

■ Masuda Iwafune

■ Miminashiyama Park

■ Mise Neighbourhood Park

■ Mt. Kaguyama

■ Mt. Miminashiyama

■ Mt. Unebiyama

■ Silk-no-Mori (Fitness facility)

■ Shirakashi Neighbourhood Park

■ Toriya Neighbourhood Park  

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Masuda Iwafune

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Mt. Miminashiyama

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A tumulus (burial mound) is known as kofun in Japanese and were built as tombs for the people of the ruling class in the early ages.

■ Kotani Kofun

■ Maruyama Kofun

■ Masuyama Kofun

■ Niizawa Senzuka Tumuli Cluster

■ Numayama Kofun

■ Shobuike Kofun

■ Ueyama Kofun

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Ueyama Kofun

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