Ōzakai Cave Dwelling Site / 大境洞窟住居跡
It is designated as a national historic site. It is a complex monument from the middle to the middle of the Jomon period with six cultural layers. This residence is in a cave on the back of Hakusan Shrine near the Omi fishing port of Himi City. In 1918 (Taisho 7), an attempt was made to rebuild the shrine, and bones and earthenware were excavated. Later, a detailed survey was conducted by Shigeta Shibata et al. From the University of Tokyo Anthropology Laboratory, and earthenware, ceramics, human bones, and beast bones from the Jomon period to the Middle Ages were excavated. The survey conducted at this time was the first excavation of cave ruins in Japan, and it became the mainstay of full-scale stratigraphic excavation.
札幌時計台 / Sapporo Clock Tower
Sapporo Clock Tower (札幌時計台 Sapporo Tokeidai) is a wooden structure and well-known local tourist attraction, located at North 1 West 2, Chūō-ku, Sapporo, the largest city on the island of Hokkaidō, northern Japan.The building is of American design and is one of the few surviving Western-style buildings in Sapporo, a city developed in the 1870s with assistance from the American government. It is known by many as the symbol of the city and is a main feature of almost all domestic and international tours of Sapporo. The clock after which it is named continues to run and keep time, and the chimes can be heard every hour.
Sado Jinshan Remains/佐渡金山遺跡
Sado Jinshan Remains is Japan's largest gold and silver mine in the modern era. Kaizan is said to be 1601 and reached its peak in the Edo period, and it has a history of nearly 400 years, continuing to rise and fall until the end of operations in Meiji and Heisei (1989). There are also museums and courses to explore mines, and you can learn about the modernization of mines through mines that were left as they were at the time, trolleys, and machine shops.
Kanazakura Shrine / 金櫻神社
Located in the northern part of the city, in the mountainous area upstream of Arakawa. Until the end of the Tokugawa period, it was called Zao Gongen, and it was called “Kinjo Shrine” in the book of Keio 4 (1868). It is a shrine of mountain worship that is said to have been built as the main shrine on Mount Kinmine during the Emperor Emperor period. There are new styles, moshi residences and shukubo in the vicinity, and Mitake Village formed Monzen-cho. The deity is a gojoiwa made of granite, 20 meters high. The sacred gods are Shomei Kona (Skunavikona), Takami Omi (Great Landlord), Life of Susano (Susanoo), Takeru Nihon (Yamato Takeru), Yasumi Kushida (Kushida Hime). Mikami is a crystal.
Shinminatoo Bridge / 新湊大橋
The largest two-story cable-stayed bridge over the Sea of Japan over Toyama New Port in Imizu City, Toyama Prefecture. It is lit up at around 10pm at night. On a clear day from the bridge, you can see the Sea of Japan, the Tateyama Mountain Range, and the Noto Peninsula. You can also see the first Kaioumaru, a sailing ship permanently moored in the adjacent Kaioumaru Park. In case of bad weather such as strong winds (wind speed of 25m or more), the road is closed.
Beauty Forest / 美人林
Bijinbayashi is a forest, including beech, that spreads out in Tokamachi City (former Matsunoyama Town) in Niigata Prefecture. The beech tree, which is about 100 years old, grows in the hilly area, making it a tourist spot because of its beauty. There is a parking lot, a tea shop, and a farm direct sale place at the entrance. At the end of Taisho, logging progressed to bare mountains due to securing charcoal, etc., but beech shoots grew later, and the thickness and height of the well-developed trunk began to show a beautiful appearance `` Beauty The name of “forest” spreads and it is protected from the conversion to a cedar forest in the high growth period. Experience tours by guides and walking tours using snowshoes may be held in winter.
Hie Shrine / 日枝神社
Hie Shrine is a shrine in Toyama City, Toyama Prefecture. Also known as “Toyama Sanno-san”. The main god of gods is Oyama Rinjin and Takashi Omi, and enshrines Amaterasu and Toyosei Ogami in the palace. The annual spring festival “Sanno Festival” held on May 31 every year is the largest festival in Toyama Prefecture, which is known as the “Sannosan Festival” and is crowded with many people. Hieda Shrine is called Sanno because the festival god of Hie Shrine at the foot of Hieyama is called Sanno Gongen, and it is a form of Tendai as a temporary god of Buddha.