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List of Historic Sites of Japan (Tokushima)

This list is of the Historic Sites of Japan located within the Prefecture of Tokushima.[1]

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National Historic SitesEdit

As of 1 July 2019, twelve Sites have been designated as being of national significance.[2][3][4]

Site Municipality Comments Image Coordinates Type Ref.
Awa Kokubunni-ji Site
阿波国分尼寺跡
Awa Kokubunniji ato
Ishii provincial nunnery of Awa Province   34°04′03″N 134°27′57″E / 34.06758821°N 134.46584998°E / 34.06758821; 134.46584998 (Awa Kokubunniji Site) 3 [1]
Awa Henro-michi
阿波遍路道
Awa henro michi
Anan, Kamiyama, Katsuura, Komatsushima, Miyoshi pilgrimage route dating from the Heian period; designation comprises Kakurin-ji michi (鶴林寺), Tairyū-ji michi (太龍寺道), Iwaya michi (いわや道), Kamo michi (かも道), Byōdō-ji michi (平等寺道), Shōsan-ji michi (焼山寺), Ichinomiya michi (一宮道), Onzan-ji michi (恩山寺道), Tatsue-ji michi (いわや道), Kakurin-ji Precinct (鶴林寺境内), Tairyū-ji Precinct (太龍寺境内), and Unpen-ji michi (雲辺寺)   33°55′06″N 134°39′44″E / 33.91841666°N 134.66227777°E / 33.91841666; 134.66227777 (Awa Henro-michi) 3 [2]
Kōzato Haiji Site
郡里廃寺跡
Kōzato Haiji ato
Mima Hakuhō period[5]   34°03′14″N 134°03′34″E / 34.05389018°N 134.05943917°E / 34.05389018; 134.05943917 (Kōzato Haiji Site) 3 [3]
Shibunomaruyama Kofun
渋野丸山古墳
Shibunomaruyama kofun
Tokushima   34°00′33″N 134°31′45″E / 34.009230°N 134.529203°E / 34.009230; 134.529203 (Shibunomaruyama Kofun) 1 [4]
Shōzui Castle Residence Site
勝瑞城館跡
Shōzui-jō kan ato
Aizumi gilded tile pictured   34°07′55″N 134°31′23″E / 34.13207464°N 134.52306777°E / 34.13207464; 134.52306777 (Shōzui Castle Residence Site) 2 [5]
Tanda Kofun
丹田古墳
Tanda kofun
Higashimiyoshi 34°01′26″N 133°56′11″E / 34.02398364°N 133.93626442°E / 34.02398364; 133.93626442 (Tanda Kofun) 1 [6]
Dannozukaana
段の塚穴
Dannozuka ana
Mima   34°03′35″N 134°04′31″E / 34.05959693°N 134.07519038°E / 34.05959693; 134.07519038 (Dannozukaana) 1 [7]
Tokushima Castle Site
徳島城跡
Tokushima-jō ato
Tokushima   34°04′30″N 134°33′17″E / 34.07487093°N 134.55463809°E / 34.07487093; 134.55463809 (Tokushima Castle Site) 2 [8]
Tokushima Han Hachisuka Clan Graves
徳島藩主蜂須賀家墓所
Tokushima han-shu Hachisuka-ke bosho
Tokushima   34°04′59″N 134°33′21″E / 34.08291868°N 134.55588251°E / 34.08291868; 134.55588251 (Tokushima Han Hachisuka Clan Graves) 7 [9]
Naruto Itano Kofun Cluster
鳴門板野古墳群
Naruto Itano kofun-gun
Naruto designation comprises Ōshiro Kofun (大代古墳), Ikenotani Hōdōji Kofun (池谷宝幢寺古墳), Amanokawawake Jinja Kofun Cluster (天河別神社古墳群), and Hagiwara No.2 Tumulus (萩原2号墓)   34°10′22″N 134°34′11″E / 34.172709°N 134.569652°E / 34.172709; 134.569652 (Naruto Itano Kofun Cluster) [10]
Bandō Prisoner-of-War Camp
板東俘虜収容所跡
Bandō furyoshūyōjo ato
Naruto   34°09′33″N 134°29′48″E / 34.159109°N 134.496604°E / 34.159109; 134.496604 (Bandō Prisoner-of-War Camp) [11]
Wakasugiyama Cinnabar Production Site
若杉山辰砂採掘遺跡
Wakasugiyama shinsa saikutsu iseki
Anan 33°53′43″N 134°31′19″E / 33.895382°N 134.521959°E / 33.895382; 134.521959 (Wakasugiyama Cinnabar Production Site) [12]

Prefectural Historic SitesEdit

As of 1 April 2019, twenty-six Sites have been designated as being of prefectural importance.[6][7]

Site Municipality Comments Image Coordinates Type Ref.
Ōzato Kofun
大里古墳
Ōzato kofun
Kaiyō 33°35′58″N 134°21′41″E / 33.599375°N 134.361484°E / 33.599375; 134.361484 (Ōzato Kofun) for all refs see [13]
Shibuno Kofun
渋野の古墳
Shibuno no kofun
Tokushima designation comprises four tombs 34°00′35″N 134°31′43″E / 34.009722°N 134.528611°E / 34.009722; 134.528611 (Shibuno Kofun)
Yano Kofun
矢野の古墳
Yano no kofun
Tokushima 34°03′36″N 134°28′03″E / 34.060037°N 134.467463°E / 34.060037; 134.467463 (Yano Kofun)
Benkei-no-Iwaya
弁慶の岩屋
Benkei no iwaya
Komatsushima 33°59′28″N 134°34′47″E / 33.991222°N 134.579816°E / 33.991222; 134.579816 (Benkei-no-Iwaya)
Fukuroi Water Sources
袋井用水の水源地
Fukuroi yōsui no suigen-chi
Tokushima irrigation canal dating to the Genroku era[8]   34°04′20″N 134°30′05″E / 34.072213°N 134.501495°E / 34.072213; 134.501495 (Fukuroi Water Sources)
Awa Kokubun-ji Site
阿波国分寺
Awa Kokubunji ato
Tokushima provincial temple of Awa Province; temple 15 on the Shikoku pilgrimage; the temple gardens are a Place of Scenic Beauty[9]   34°03′20″N 134°28′25″E / 34.055611°N 134.473611°E / 34.055611; 134.473611 (Awa Kokubunji Site)
Nyūta Tile Kiln Site
入田瓦窯跡
Nyūta gayō ato
Tokushima 34°03′10″N 134°27′29″E / 34.052891°N 134.457968°E / 34.052891; 134.457968 (Nyūta Tile Kiln Site)
Kitaoka Kofun
北岡古墳
Kitaoka kofun
Awa designation comprises two tombs 34°04′12″N 134°11′28″E / 34.069974°N 134.191196°E / 34.069974; 134.191196 (Kitaoka Kofun)
Ichinomiya Castle Site
一宮城跡
Ichinomiya-jō ato
Tokushima   34°02′03″N 134°27′47″E / 34.034056°N 134.463083°E / 34.034056; 134.463083 (Ichinomiya Castle Site)
Ishii Haiji Site
石井廃寺跡
Ishii Haiji ato
Ishii 34°03′35″N 134°25′46″E / 34.059842°N 134.429548°E / 34.059842; 134.429548 (Ishii Haiji Site)
Itano Atagoyama Kofun
板野の愛宕山古墳
Itano Atagoyama kofun
Itano   34°09′03″N 134°28′59″E / 34.150925°N 134.482934°E / 34.150925; 134.482934 (Itano Atagoyama Kofun)
Amanokawawake Jinja Kofun Cluster
天河別神社古墳群
Amanokawawake Jinja kofun-gun
Naruto in part now a National Historic Site 34°09′20″N 134°31′31″E / 34.155475°N 134.525388°E / 34.155475; 134.525388 (Amanokawawake Jinja Kofun Cluster)
Jōroku-ji
丈六寺
Jōrokuji
Tokushima   34°00′19″N 134°33′03″E / 34.005211°N 134.550922°E / 34.005211; 134.550922 (Jōrokuji)
Takinomiya Sutra Mound
滝の宮経塚
Takinomiya kyōzuka
Mima 34°03′30″N 134°03′18″E / 34.058384°N 134.055068°E / 34.058384; 134.055068 (Takinomiya Sutra Mound)
Inubushi Zōzadani Tile Sutra Mound
板野犬伏蔵佐谷瓦経塚
Inubushi Zōzadani gakyōzuka
Itano 34°08′59″N 134°26′57″E / 34.149779°N 134.449257°E / 34.149779; 134.449257 (Inubushi Zōzadani Tile Sutra Mound)
Kōbe-ji Site
河辺寺跡
Kōbeji ato
Yoshinogawa 34°03′23″N 134°20′44″E / 34.056313°N 134.345680°E / 34.056313; 134.345680 (Kōbeji Site)
Kakurin-ji Chō-ishi
鶴林寺の丁石
Kakurinji no chō-ishi
Katsuura designation comprises eleven stone markers 33°54′50″N 134°30′20″E / 33.913861°N 134.505611°E / 33.913861; 134.505611 (Kakurinji Chō-ishi)
Sakurama Pond Site and Stele
桜間の池跡 石碑
Sakurama-no-ike ato sekihi
Ishii 34°05′11″N 134°27′40″E / 34.086360°N 134.461198°E / 34.086360; 134.461198 (Sakurama Pond Site and Stele)
Kamodani River Rock Sites
加茂谷川岩陰遺跡群
Kamodani-gawa iwakage iseki-gun
Higashimiyoshi 34°00′35″N 133°56′30″E / 34.009785°N 133.941557°E / 34.009785; 133.941557 (Kamodani River Rock Sites)
Naruto Morisaki Shell Mound
鳴門市森崎の貝塚
Naruto-shi Morisaki no kaizuka
Naruto 34°09′31″N 134°32′43″E / 34.158587°N 134.545183°E / 34.158587; 134.545183 (Naruto Morisaki Shell Mound)
Nomura Hachiman Kofun
野村八幡古墳
Nomura Hachiman kofun
Mima 34°03′36″N 134°05′55″E / 34.059895°N 134.098670°E / 34.059895; 134.098670 (Nomura Hachiman Kofun)
Ashiro-Higashibara Site
足代東原遺跡
Ashiro-higashibara iseki
Higashimiyoshi 34°02′31″N 133°54′20″E / 34.042063°N 133.905616°E / 34.042063; 133.905616 (Ashiro-Higashibara Site)
Uezakura Castle Site
上桜城
Uezakura-jō ato
Yoshinogawa designation includes the sites of the honmaru and nishi-no-maru   34°03′14″N 134°19′12″E / 34.053931°N 134.319867°E / 34.053931; 134.319867 (Uezakura Castle Site)
German Bridge
ドイツ橋附標柱
Doitsu-bashi tsuketari hyōchū
Naruto built by German prisoners from Bandō prisoner-of-war camp   34°10′18″N 134°30′07″E / 34.171615°N 134.501960°E / 34.171615; 134.501960 (German Bridge)
Donarimaruyama Kofun
土城丸山古墳
Donarimaruyama kofun
Awa 34°07′04″N 134°23′04″E / 34.117871°N 134.384347°E / 34.117871; 134.384347 (Donarimaruyama Kofun)
Kawashima Haiji Site
川島廃寺跡
Kawashima haiji ato
Kawashima 34°03′45″N 134°19′12″E / 34.062379°N 134.320028°E / 34.062379; 134.320028 (Kawashima Haiji Site)

Municipal Historic SitesEdit

As of 1 May 2018, a further one hundred and thirty-three Sites have been designated as being of municipal importance.[10]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Cultural Properties for Future Generations". Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 20 July 2019.
  2. ^ 史跡名勝天然記念物 [Number of Monuments of Japan by Prefecture] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. 1 July 2019. Retrieved 20 July 2019.
  3. ^ "Database of National Cultural Properties: 史跡名勝天然記念物 (史跡, 特別史跡 徳島県)" (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 20 July 2019.
  4. ^ 県内の国・県指定等文化財一覧 [List of National and Prefectural Cultural Properties in the Prefecture] (in Japanese). Tokushima Prefecture. 1 April 2019. Retrieved 20 July 2019.
  5. ^ 郡里廃寺跡 [Kōzato Haiji Site] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 10 June 2012.
  6. ^ 都道府県別指定等文化財件数(都道府県分) [Number of Prefectural Cultural Properties by Prefecture] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. 1 May 2018. Retrieved 20 July 2019.
  7. ^ "県内の国・県指定等文化財一覧" [List of Cultural Properties within the Prefecture] (in Japanese). Tokushima Prefecture. 1 April 2019. Retrieved 20 July 2019.
  8. ^ 袋井用水 [Fukuroi Water Supply] (in Japanese). Tokushima City. Archived from the original on 2 April 2012. Retrieved 28 June 2012.
  9. ^ 阿波国分寺庭園 [Awa Kokubunji Gardens] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 27 June 2012.
  10. ^ 都道府県別指定等文化財件数(市町村分) [Number of Municipal Cultural Properties by Prefecture] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. 1 May 2018. Retrieved 20 July 2019.