Important Cultural Property

Intangible Cultural Property

Tangible Folk Cultural Property

Intangible Folk Cultural Property

Historical Site

Scenic Spot

Natural Monument

List of cultural Properties

Tatsuyama Hachiman Shrine main building (including 3 ridgepole plaques)

 

 
Designated June 21, 1962.
Shrine exterior can be viewed day or night.

   

Wooden statues of Yakushi Nyorai (Buddha of Healing and Medicine) and flanking attendants

 


Designated national treasure December 22, 1942.

Designated important cultural property August 29, 1950.

 

Exhibited at Kori Yakushi Nyorai Treasure House.


Wooden standing statue of 11-headed Kannon (Bodhisattva)

 

Wooden standing statue of 1000-armed Kannon (Bodhisattva)

 

Wooden standing statue of Kisshoten (goddess of fertility, wealth and beauty)

 

Wooden standing statue of Shitenno (four heavenly kings)

 

 
Designated on February 2, 1962.
Exhibited at the Kori Yakushi Nyorai Treasure House.

▼Wooden standing statues of 11-headed Kannon (Bodhisattva)
 
▼Wooden standing statue of 1000-armed Kannon (Bodhisattva) ▼Wooden standing statue of Kisshoten    
   
▼Wooden standing statues of Shitenno

Edanomiya Hachiman Shrine main building

 


Designated on April 30, 1965.
The shrine exterior can be viewed day or night.


Wooden guardian dog statues of Edanomiya Hachiman Shrine and Fuji Shrine

 

Designated on April 23, 1990.
Exhibited in the Oasa Local Archive Room.

《Guardian dog statues of Edanomiya Hachiman Shrine》

《Guardian dog statues of Fuji Shrine》


Excavated artifacts from Kikkawa Clan’s Castle & Residence ruins - Ogurayama Castle ruins, Mantokuin Temple ruins, Kikkawa Motoharu Residence ruins

 

 


Designated April 30, 2013.
Number of artifacts exhibited: Ogurayama Castle ruins: 185, Mantokuin Temple ruins: 114, Kikkawa Motoharu Residence ruins: 842
Selected exhibits of Sengoku no Niwa Historical Park.


▼Main excavated artifacts from Ogurayama Castle ruins

 

 

 


 


▼Main excavated artifacts from Mantokuin Temple ruins

 

 

 


 


▼Main excavated artifacts from Kikkawa Motoharu Residence ruins

 

 

 


 

 

 


 


Kanmoto Residence main building

 

 
Designated Dec. 25, 1991.
Open: 12:30 pm ~ 4:30 pm Wednesdays (Closed when Wednesday falls on a national holiday)


Imada Hachiman Shrine palace

 

 
Designated July 1, 1997.
Not open to the public.


Wooden standing statue of Shaka Nyorai’s (Buddha’s) birth

 

Designated January 17, 2005.
Not open to the public.


Wooden standing statue of Fugen Bosatsu (bodhisattva of practice)

 

Designated January 17, 2005.
Not open to the public.


Wooden standing statue of Monju Bosatsu (bodhisattva of wisdom)

 

Designated January 17, 2005.
Not open to the public.


Wooden seated statue of Amida Nyorai (Buddha of infinite light and life)

 

Designated January 17, 2005.
Not open to the public.


Wooden seated statue of Sho Kannon Bosatsu (bodhisattva)

 

Designated January 17, 2005.
Not open to the public.


Wooden standing statue of Kongo Rikishi (guardian deity)

 

Designated January 13, 1982.
Always open to the public.


Wooden standing images of 12 protective deities

 

Designated January 13, 1982.
Exhibited at the Kori Yakushi Nyorai Treasure House.


Teppachi Sennin (hermit) - Sliding door painting of Kogenji Temple main hall

 

Designated June 26, 1995.
Exhibited at Kogenji Temple.


Stone implements and earthenware of Tarutoko ruins

 

Designated January 17, 2005.
Not open to the public.