List of Historic Sites of Japan (Hokkaido)

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This list is of the Historic Sites of Japan located within the Circuit of Hokkaidō.[1]

National Historic Sites[edit]

As of 1 July 2014, fifty-two sites have been designated as being of national significance (including one *Special Historic Site).[2][3][4][5]

Site Municipality Comments Image Coordinates Type Ref.
Usakumai Sites
ウサクマイ遺跡群
Usakumai iseki-gun
Chitose 42°49′06″N 141°34′31″E / 42.81837213°N 141.57521006°E / 42.81837213; 141.57521006 (Usakumai Sites) 2 58
Otafunbe Chashi Site
オタフンベチャシ跡
Otafunbe chashi ato
Urahoro Ainu hilltop fort or chashi; the name is derived from the Ainu terms for "sand" (ota) and "whale" (funbe)[6] 42°49′32″N 143°50′34″E / 42.82542292°N 143.8428036°E / 42.82542292; 143.8428036 (Otafunbe Chashi Site) 2 61
Karinba Site
カリンバ遺跡
Karinba iseki
Eniwa
Karinba Site
42°53′19″N 141°35′41″E / 42.88870998°N 141.59483917°E / 42.88870998; 141.59483917 (Karinba Site) 1 3413
Kiusu Burial Mounds
キウス周堤墓群
Kiusu shūtei bogun
Chitose 42°53′09″N 141°42′59″E / 42.88578385°N 141.71640587°E / 42.88578385; 141.71640587 (Kiusu Burial Mounds) 1 60
Shibechari River Basin Chashi Sites - Appetsu Chashi Site
シベチャリ川流域チャシ跡群及びアッペツチャシ跡
Shibechari-gawa ryūiki chashi ato-gun oyobi Appetsu chashi ato
Shinhidaka, Hidaka 42°19′46″N 142°22′21″E / 42.32935358°N 142.37250173°E / 42.32935358; 142.37250173 (Shibechari River Basin Chashi Sites - Appetsu Chashi Site) 2 3204
Pirika Site
ピリカ遺跡
Pirika iseki
Imakane 42°28′36″N 140°12′17″E / 42.47658785°N 140.20462821°E / 42.47658785; 140.20462821 (Pirika Site) 1 75
Fugoppe Cave
フゴッペ洞窟
Fugoppe dōkutsu
Yoichi Zoku-Jōmon rock art: incised human figures, animals, and boats; excavated artefacts include earthenware and items made of stone, horn, and bone[7][8][9]
Fugoppe Cave
43°11′41″N 140°50′17″E / 43.19480151°N 140.83818127°E / 43.19480151; 140.83818127 (Fugoppe Cave) 1 35
Moshiriya Chashi Site
モシリヤ砦
Moshiriya chashi ato
Kushiro 42°59′01″N 144°23′46″E / 42.98359641°N 144.39600128°E / 42.98359641; 144.39600128 (Moshiriya Chashi Site) 1,2 18
Yukuepira Chashi Site
ユクエピラチャシ跡
Yukuepira chashi ato
Rikubetsu 43°27′51″N 143°44′09″E / 43.46413265°N 143.73574912°E / 43.46413265; 143.73574912 (Yukuepira Chashi Site) 2 70
Otoe Stone Circle
音江環状列石
Otoe kanjō-resseki
Fukagawa 43°40′27″N 142°02′00″E / 43.67411004°N 142.03334165°E / 43.67411004; 142.03334165 (Otoe Stone Circle) 1 36
Former Hokkaidō Government Office
開拓使札幌本庁本庁舎跡および旧北海道庁本庁舎
Kaitakushi Sapporo honchō honchōsha ato oyobi kyū-Hokkaidō-chō honchōsha
Sapporo
Former Hokkaidō Government Office
43°03′50″N 141°20′54″E / 43.06400008°N 141.34840509°E / 43.06400008; 141.34840509 (Former Hokkaidō Government Office) 2 41
Kakinoshima Site
垣ノ島遺跡
Kakinoshima iseki
Hakodate 41°55′44″N 140°56′51″E / 41.92881355°N 140.94750411°E / 41.92881355; 140.94750411 (Kakinoshima Site) 1 00003697
Former Okuyuki Station Facilities
旧奥行臼駅逓所
kyū-Okuyuki-eki teisho
Betsukai 43°18′47″N 145°12′34″E / 43.31302103°N 145.20947525°E / 43.31302103; 145.20947525 (Former Okuyuki Station Facilities) 6 00003717
Former Lower Yoichi Duty House
旧下ヨイチ運上家
kyū-Shimo-Yoichi unjō-ke
Yoichi the ICP Matsumae Clan building of 1853 was renovated in 1891[10] 43°11′52″N 140°47′18″E / 43.19786188°N 140.78821805°E / 43.19786188; 140.78821805 (Former Lower Yoichi Duty House) 6 47
Former Shimamatsu Station Facilities
旧奥行臼駅逓所
kyū-Shimamatsu-eki teisho
Kitahiroshima
Former Shimamatsu Station Facilities
42°55′26″N 141°32′17″E / 42.92398022°N 141.53803619°E / 42.92398022; 141.53803619 (Former Shimamatsu Station Facilities) 6 68
Former Yoichi Fukuhara Fishery
旧余市福原漁場
kyū-Yoichi Fukuhara gyoba
Yoichi herring fishing facilities 43°11′59″N 140°46′42″E / 43.19972159°N 140.778317°E / 43.19972159; 140.778317 (Former Yochi Fukuhara Fishery) 6 63
Former Rumoi Saga Family Fishery
旧留萌佐賀家漁場
kyū-Rumoi Saga-ke gyoba
Rumoi 43°54′49″N 141°37′03″E / 43.91366758°N 141.61751178°E / 43.91366758; 141.61751178 (Former Rumoi Saga Family Fishery) 6 77
Kotoni Tondenhei Residence
琴似屯田兵村兵屋跡
Kotoni tondenhei-son heioku ato
Sapporo the tondenhei (屯田兵?) were former samurai recruited from 1874 as farmer-soldiers, to farm and potentially defend Hokkaidō[11]
Kotoni Tondenhei Residence
43°54′49″N 141°37′03″E / 43.91366758°N 141.61751178°E / 43.91366758; 141.61751178 (Kotoni Tondenhei Residence) 2,6 64
Katsuragaoka Chashi Site
桂ヶ岡砦跡
Katsuragaoka chashi ato
Abashiri
Katsuragaoka Chashi Site
44°01′04″N 144°16′12″E / 44.01789442°N 144.26997445°E / 44.01789442; 144.26997445 (Katsuragaoka Chashi Site) 1,2 20
Goryōkaku Site
五稜郭跡
Goryōkaku ato
Hakodate
Goryōkaku Site
41°47′49″N 140°45′25″E / 41.79688684°N 140.75682682°E / 41.79688684; 140.75682682 (Goryōkaku Site) 2 7
Ebetsu Kofun Cluster
江別古墳群
Ebetsu kofun-gun
Ebetsu
Ebetsu Kofun Cluster
43°07′01″N 141°30′57″E / 43.11687899°N 141.51587387°E / 43.11687899; 141.51587387 (Ebetsu Kofun Cluster) 1 3205
Kokutai-ji Site
国泰寺
Kokutaiji ato
Akkeshi
Kokutaiji Site
43°01′50″N 144°50′15″E / 43.03062071°N 144.83746036°E / 43.03062071; 144.83746036 (Kokutaiji Site) 3 48
Nemuro Peninsula Chashi Sites
根室半島チャシ跡群
Nemuro hantō chashi ato-gun
Nemuro
Nemuro Peninsula Chashi Sites
43°10′14″N 145°30′24″E / 43.170601°N 145.50654468°E / 43.170601; 145.50654468 (Nemuro Peninsula Chashi Sites) 2 66
Moyoro Shell Mound
最寄貝塚
Moyoro kaizuka
Abashiri
Moyoro Shell Mound
44°01′31″N 144°16′05″E / 44.0251911°N 144.26806929°E / 44.0251911; 144.26806929 (Moyoro Shell Mound) 1 22
Shiryōkaku
四稜郭
Shiryōkaku
Hakodate
Shiryōkaku
41°49′33″N 140°46′13″E / 41.82570421°N 140.77036763°E / 41.82570421; 140.77036763 (Shiryōkaku) 2 14
Shinori Fortified Residence Site
志苔館
Shinori tate ato
Hakodate destroyed in the Ainu uprisings of 1456 (the Koshamine Uprising (コシャマインの戦い?)) and 1512[12] 41°45′56″N 140°49′20″E / 41.76564477°N 140.82228894°E / 41.76564477; 140.82228894 (Shinoritate Fortified Residence Site) 2 16
Temiya Cave
手宮洞窟
Temiya dōkutsu
Otaru incised rock art site published by John Milne in the Transactions of the Asiatic Society of Japan in 1879[9]
Temiya Cave
43°12′45″N 141°00′13″E / 43.21250491°N 141.00347991°E / 43.21250491; 141.00347991 (Temiya Cave) 1 1
Harutoridaichi Pit Dwellings
春採台地竪穴群
Harutoridaichi tateana-gun
Kushiro 42°58′29″N 144°23′58″E / 42.9746889°N 144.39934378°E / 42.9746889; 144.39934378 (Harutoridaichi Pit Dwellings) 1 21
Shōnai Han Hamamasu Jin'ya Site
庄内藩ハママシケ陣屋跡
Shōnai-han Hamamashike jinya ato
Ishikari 43°35′24″N 141°23′36″E / 43.59010579°N 141.39327093°E / 43.59010579; 141.39327093 (Shōnai Han Hamamasu Jin'ya Site) 2 73
Matsumae Clan Castle Sites
松前氏城跡
Matsumae-shi shiro ato
Matsumae, Assabu designation includes the sites of Matsumae Castle (福山城跡?) and Tate Castle (館城跡?)
Matsumae Clan Castle Sites
41°25′48″N 140°06′29″E / 41.43008755°N 140.1079181°E / 41.43008755; 140.1079181 (Matsumae Clan Castle Sites) 2 17
Matsumae Han Hekirichi Jin'ya Site
松前藩戸切地陣屋
Matsumae-han Hekirichi jinya ato
Hokuto 41°51′14″N 140°37′09″E / 41.85388046°N 140.61915976°E / 41.85388046; 140.61915976 (Matsumae Han Hekirichi Jin'ya Site) 2 38
Matsumae Han Matsumae Clan Graves
松前藩主松前家墓所
Matsumae-han-shu Matsumae-ke bosho
Matsumae 41°25′53″N 140°06′21″E / 41.43127597°N 140.10592222°E / 41.43127597; 140.10592222 (Matsumae Han Matsumae Clan Graves) 7 62
Kaminokuni Fortified Residence Sites
上之国館跡
Kaminokuni tate ato
Kaminokuni designation includes the sites of the Hanazawa (花沢館跡?), Suzagi (洲崎館跡?), and Katsuyama (勝山館跡?) fortified residences 41°48′00″N 140°06′02″E / 41.8001294°N 140.10061858°E / 41.8001294; 140.10061858 (Kaminokuni Fortified Residence Sites) 2 54
Tokoro Site
常呂遺跡
Tokoro iseki
Kitami 44°07′48″N 144°00′56″E / 44.12991699°N 144.01562941°E / 44.12991699; 144.01562941 (Tokoro Site) 1 49
Nishitsukigaoka Site
西月ヶ岡遺跡
Nishitsukigaoka iseki
Nemuro 43°18′59″N 145°33′31″E / 43.31649942°N 145.5586636°E / 43.31649942; 145.5586636 (Nishitsukigaoka Site) 1 52
Shizugawa Site
静川遺跡
Shizugawa iseki
Tomakomai 42°40′37″N 141°49′06″E / 42.6770498°N 141.8184439°E / 42.6770498; 141.8184439 (Shizugawa Site) 1 69
Zenkō-ji Site
善光寺跡
Zenkōji ato
Date 42°31′15″N 140°46′48″E / 42.52080711°N 140.77993451°E / 42.52080711; 140.77993451 (Zenkōji Site) 3 50
Ō Fortified Residence Site
大館跡
Ō tate ato
Matsumae 41°26′10″N 140°06′32″E / 41.43601967°N 140.10886886°E / 41.43601967; 140.10886886 (Ō Fortified Residence Site) 2 53
Ōfune Site
大船遺跡
Ōfune iseki
Hakodate submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Jōmon Archaeological Sites in Hokkaidō, Northern Tōhoku, and other regions[13][4] 41°57′29″N 140°55′27″E / 41.95794955°N 140.9243044°E / 41.95794955; 140.9243044 (Ōfune Site) 1 3300
Ōyachi Shell Mound
大谷地貝塚
Ōyachi kaizuka
Yoichi 43°11′27″N 140°50′07″E / 43.19088619°N 140.83530442°E / 43.19088619; 140.83530442 (Ōyachi Shell Mound) 1 3270
Tsurugataicharanke Chashi Site
鶴ヶ岱チャランケ砦跡
Tsurugataicharanke chashi ato
Kushiro 42°58′40″N 144°24′31″E / 42.9778849°N 144.40859967°E / 42.9778849; 144.40859967 (Tsurugataicharanke Chashi Site) 1, 2 19
East Ezo Nanbu Han Jin'ya Sites
東蝦夷地南部藩陣屋
higashi Ezo-chi Nanbu-han jinya ato
Muroran, Oshamambe, Mori designation includes the sites of the Mororan Jin'ya (モロラン陣屋跡?), Oshamanbe Jin'ya (ヲシャマンベ陣屋跡?), and Sunahara Jin'ya (砂原陣屋跡?) 42°22′11″N 140°56′53″E / 42.36970568°N 140.94814432°E / 42.36970568; 140.94814432 (East Ezo Nanbu Han Jin'ya Sites) 2 15
East Kushiro Shell Mound
東釧路貝塚
higashi Kushiro kaizuka
Kushiro 42°59′39″N 144°24′45″E / 42.99405818°N 144.41248976°E / 42.99405818; 144.41248976 (East Kushiro Shell Mound) 1 42
Irie-Takasago Shell Mound
入江・高砂貝塚
Irie-Takasago kaizuka
Tōyako submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Jōmon Archaeological Sites in Hokkaidō, Northern Tōhoku, and other regions[13][4] 42°32′50″N 140°46′13″E / 42.54710056°N 140.77019889°E / 42.54710056; 140.77019889 (Irie-Takasago Shell Mound) 1 3333
Oshoro Stone Circle
忍路環状列石
Oshoro kanjō-resseki
Otaru
Oshoro Stone Circle
43°11′58″N 140°52′29″E / 43.199579°N 140.87464787°E / 43.199579; 140.87464787 (Oshoro Stone Circle) 1 37
Shirataki Site
白滝遺跡群
Shirataki iseki
Engaru 43°52′28″N 143°08′00″E / 43.8743758°N 143.13345593°E / 43.8743758; 143.13345593 (Shirataki Site) 1 74
Shiraoi Sendai Han Jin'ya Site
白老仙台藩陣屋跡
Shiraoi Sendai-han jinya ato
Shiraoi 42°33′47″N 141°20′34″E / 42.56317149°N 141.34291527°E / 42.56317149; 141.34291527 (Shiraoi Sendai Han Jin'ya Site) 2 39
Shibetsu Sites
標津遺跡群
Shibetsu iseki-gun
Shibetsu designation includes the Ichanikarikariusu Site (伊茶仁カリカリウス遺跡?), old road, and Sanbongi Site (三本木遺跡?) 43°40′28″N 145°05′39″E / 43.67438382°N 145.0941493°E / 43.67438382; 145.0941493 (Shibetsu Sites) 1 51
Kitakogane Shell Mound
北黄金貝塚
Kitakogane kaizuka
Date submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Jōmon Archaeological Sites in Hokkaidō, Northern Tōhoku, and other regions[13][4]
Kitakogane Shell Mound
42°24′07″N 140°54′38″E / 42.40203392°N 140.91064837°E / 42.40203392; 140.91064837 (Kitakogane Shell Mound) 1 71
Hokuto Site
北斗遺跡
Hokuto iseki
Kushiro 43°04′07″N 144°19′02″E / 43.06873613°N 144.31718424°E / 43.06873613; 144.31718424 (Hokuto Site) 1 56
Mobetsu Fortified Residence Site
茂別館跡
Mobetsu tate ato
Hokuto 41°46′13″N 140°36′15″E / 41.77022042°N 140.60413071°E / 41.77022042; 140.60413071 (Mobetsu Fortified Residence Site) 2 65
Washinoki Site
鷲ノ木遺跡
Washinoki iseki
Mori submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Jōmon Archaeological Sites in Hokkaidō, Northern Tōhoku, and other regions[13][4] 42°06′58″N 140°31′34″E / 42.11602639°N 140.52606523°E / 42.11602639; 140.52606523 (Washinoki Site) 1 00003466
This list is complete and up-to-date as of 30 July 2014.

Prefectural Historic Sites[edit]

As of 1 May 2014, twenty-six sites have been designated as being of prefectural importance.[4][14][15]

Site Municipality Comments Image Coordinates Type Ref.
Kobui Blast Furnace Site
古武井熔鉱炉跡
Kobui yōkōro ato
Hakodate 41°47′38″N 141°05′56″E / 41.793816°N 141.098775°E / 41.793816; 141.098775 (Kobui Blast Furnace Site) [1]
Menagawa Brick Mill Site
女那川煉瓦製造所跡
Menagawa renga seizōjo ato
Hakodate 41°45′44″N 141°04′31″E / 41.762349°N 141.075225°E / 41.762349; 141.075225 (Menagawa Brick Mill Site) [2]
Esan Shell Mound
恵山貝塚
Esan kaizuka
Hakodate 41°47′37″N 141°09′12″E / 41.793688°N 141.153288°E / 41.793688; 141.153288 (Esan Shell Mound) [3]
Ippongi Triangulation Base
開拓史三角測量一本木基点
kaitaku-shi sankaku-sokuryō-Ippongi kiten
Hokuto 41°50′10″N 140°39′43″E / 41.836124°N 140.661950°E / 41.836124; 140.661950 (Ippongi Triangulation Base) [4]
Aonae Dune Site
青苗砂丘遺跡
Aonae sakyū iseki
Okushiri 42°03′56″N 139°27′10″E / 42.065575°N 139.452703°E / 42.065575; 139.452703 (Aonae Dune Site) [5]
Iwanai Higashiyama Cylinder Culture Site
岩内東山円筒文化遺跡
Iwanai Higashiyama entō bunka iseki
Iwanai 42°59′00″N 140°31′34″E / 42.983381°N 140.526145°E / 42.983381; 140.526145 (Iwanai Higashiyama Cylinder Culture Dune Site) [6]
Mount Jichin Stone Circle
地鎮山環状列石
Jichin-yama kanjō-resseki
Otaru 43°11′49″N 140°52′18″E / 43.197026°N 140.871538°E / 43.197026; 140.871538 (Mount Jichin Stone Circle) [7]
Mount Nishizaki Stone Circle
西崎山環状列石
Nishizaki-yama kanjō-resseki
Yoichi 43°11′24″N 140°50′46″E / 43.190030°N 140.846046°E / 43.190030; 140.846046 (Mount Nishizaki Stone Circle) [8]
Nokanan Burial Mounds
野花南周堤墓群
Nokanan shūtei bogun
Ashibetsu 43°28′08″N 142°16′06″E / 43.468992°N 142.268357°E / 43.468992; 142.268357 (Nokanan Burial Mounds) [9]
Kamui Kotan Pit Dwelling Site
神居古潭竪穴住居遺跡
Kamui Kotan tateana jūkyo iseki
Asahikawa 43°43′31″N 142°11′14″E / 43.725336°N 142.187119°E / 43.725336; 142.187119 (Kamui Kotan Pit Dwelling Site) [10]
Gokoku-ji Site
宗谷の護国寺跡
Sōya Gokokuji ato
Wakkanai 45°29′06″N 141°53′01″E / 45.485049°N 141.883492°E / 45.485049; 141.883492 (Gokokuji Site) [11]
Hamatonbetsu Lake Kutcharo Pit Group
浜頓別クッチャロ湖畔竪穴群
Hamatonbetsu Kutcharo-ko hotori tateana-gun
Hamatonbetsu 45°07′31″N 142°20′50″E / 45.125231°N 142.347150°E / 45.125231; 142.347150 (Hamatonbetsu Lake Kutcharo Pit Group) [12]
Okoppe Toyono Pit Dwelling Site
興部豊野竪穴住居跡
Okoppe Toyono tateana jūkyo ato
Okoppe 44°27′35″N 143°10′02″E / 44.459860°N 143.167123°E / 44.459860; 143.167123 (Okoppe Toyono Pit Dwelling Site) [13]
Shari Burial Mounds
斜里朱円周堤墓群
Shari shuen shūtei bogun
Shari 43°54′45″N 144°40′03″E / 43.912533°N 144.667593°E / 43.912533; 144.667593 (Shari Burial Mounds) [14]
Shari Pit Dwelling Sites
朱円竪穴住居跡群
shuen tateana jūkyo ato-gun
Shari 43°55′01″N 144°45′23″E / 43.916938°N 144.756289°E / 43.916938; 144.756289 (Shari Pit Dwelling Sites) [15]
Omusaro Plateau Pit Group
オムサロ台地竪穴群
Omusaro daichi tateana-gun
Monbetsu 44°23′23″N 143°16′57″E / 44.389697°N 143.282404°E / 44.389697; 143.282404 (Omusaro Plateau Pit Group) [16]
Shibunotsunai Pit Dwelling Site
シブノツナイ竪穴住居跡
Shibunotsunai tateana jūkyo ato
Yūbetsu 44°14′43″N 143°33′45″E / 44.245199°N 143.562384°E / 44.245199; 143.562384 (Shibunotsunai Pit Dwelling Site) [17]
Yūfutsu Triangulation Base
開拓使三角測量勇払基点
kaitaku-shi sankaku-sokuryō Yūfutsu-kiten
Tomakomai 42°37′55″N 141°43′54″E / 42.632001°N 141.731744°E / 42.632001; 141.731744 (Yūfutsu Triangulation Base) [18]
Mukawa Tomb Cluster
鵡川盛土墳墓群
Mukawa moritsuchi funbo-gun
Mukawa 42°33′45″N 141°56′32″E / 42.562611°N 141.942319°E / 42.562611; 141.942319 (Mukawa Tomb Cluster) [19]
Shizunai Mount Goten Tomb Cluster
静内御殿山墳墓群
Shizunai Goten-yama funbo-gun
Shinhidaka 42°22′09″N 142°23′37″E / 42.369222°N 142.393595°E / 42.369222; 142.393595 (Shizunai Mount Goten Tomb Cluster) [20]
Monbetsu Tomihito Family Graves
門別富仁家噴墓群
Monbetsu Tomihito-ke funbo-gun
Hidaka 42°28′48″N 142°04′24″E / 42.479915°N 142.073339°E / 42.479915; 142.073339 (Monbetsu Tomihito Family Graves) [21]
Urahoro Shinyoshino Plateau Stone Tool Site
浦幌新吉野台細石器遺跡
Urahoro Shinyoshino-dai hoso-sekki iseki
Urahoro 42°46′07″N 143°37′24″E / 42.768628°N 143.623281°E / 42.768628; 143.623281 (Urahoro Shinyoshino Plateau Stone Tool Site) [22]
Tokachi Okoppe Site
十勝オコッペ遺跡
Tokachi Okoppe iseki
Urahoro 42°47′04″N 143°47′13″E / 42.784441°N 143.787003°E / 42.784441; 143.787003 (Tokachi Okoppe Site) [23]
Tokachi Buto Sites
十勝太遺跡群
Tokachi Buto iseki-gun
Urahoro 42°45′40″N 143°41′08″E / 42.761035°N 143.685594°E / 42.761035; 143.685594 (Tokachi Buto Sites) [24]
Tokachi Horokayantō Pit Group
十勝ホロカヤントー竪穴群
Tokachi Horokayantō tateana-gun
Taiki 42°32′40″N 143°29′26″E / 42.544544°N 143.490672°E / 42.544544; 143.490672 (Tokachi Horokayantō Pit Group) [25]
Akkeshi Kamuiwa Chashi and Pit Group
厚岸神岩砦跡及び竪穴群
Akkeshi Kamuiwa chashi ato oyobi tateana-gun
Akkeshi 43°04′09″N 144°52′57″E / 43.069139°N 144.882631°E / 43.069139; 144.882631 (Akkeshi Kamuiwa Chashi and Pit Group) [26]
This list is complete and up-to-date as of 30 July 2014.

Municipal Historic Sites[edit]

As of 1 May 2014, a further one hundred and seventy-nine sites have been designated as being of municipal importance.[16][17][18]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cultural Properties for Future Generations". Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 30 July 2014. 
  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 2014. Retrieved 30 July 2014. 
  3. ^ "Database of National Cultural Properties: 史跡名勝天然記念物 (史跡, 特別史跡 北海道)" (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 30 July 2014. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f 道内の指定文化財件数一覧 [Number of Cultural Properties of Hokkaidō] (in Japanese). Hokkaidō. 31 March 2014. Retrieved 30 July 2014. 
  5. ^ 国の指定・選定文化財一覧 [List of National Cultural Properties of Hokkaidō] (in Japanese). Hokkaidō. Retrieved 30 July 2014. 
  6. ^ オタフンベチャシ跡 [Otafunbe Chashi Site] (in Japanese). Urahoro Town. Retrieved 21 June 2012. 
  7. ^ フゴッペ洞窟 [Fugoppe Cave] (in Japanese). Yoichi Town. Retrieved 21 June 2012. 
  8. ^ フゴッペ洞窟 [Fugoppe Cave] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 21 June 2012. 
  9. ^ a b Hudson, Mark (17 August 2003). "Japan's Cave Art: Mystery cloaks Hokkaido motifs". The Japan Times. Retrieved 21 June 2012. 
  10. ^ 旧下ヨイチ運上家 [Former Lower Yoichi Duty House] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 21 June 2012. 
  11. ^ Irish, Ann B (2009). Hokkaido: A History of Ethnic Transition and Development on Japan's Northern Island. McFarland. pp. 119 ff. ISBN 978-0-786-44449-6. 
  12. ^ 志苔館跡 [Shinori Fortified Residence Site] (in Japanese). Hakodate City. Retrieved 21 June 2012. 
  13. ^ a b c d "Jômon Archaeological Sites in Hokkaidô, Northern Tôhoku, and other regions". UNESCO. Retrieved 22 June 2012. 
  14. ^ 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 2014. Retrieved 30 July 2014. 
  15. ^ 北海道指定の文化財一覧 [List of Prefectural Cultural Properties of Hokkaidō] (in Japanese). Hokkaidō. Retrieved 30 July 2014. 
  16. ^ 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 2014. Retrieved 30 July 2014. 
  17. ^ 市町村指定文化財の総括表(平成24年4月1日現在) [Number of Municipal Cultural Properties by Municipality] (in Japanese). Hokkaidō. 1 April 2012. Retrieved 30 July 2014. 
  18. ^ 市町村指定文化財一覧 [List of Municipal Cultural Properties of Hokkaidō] (in Japanese). Hokkaidō. 1 April 2012. Retrieved 30 July 2014. 

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