List of historic sites of Japan (Kōchi)

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

National Historic Sites[edit]

As of 1 August 2014, ten sites have been designated as being of national significance.[2][3][4]

Site Municipality Comments Image Coordinates Type Ref.
Okō Castle Site
岡豊城
Okō-jo ato
Nankoku Oko Castle 02.JPG 33°35′43″N 133°37′21″E / 33.5952898°N 133.62237597°E / 33.5952898; 133.62237597 (Okō Castle Site) 2 [1]
Kōchi Castle Site
高知城跡
Kōchi-jo ato
Kōchi Kochi Castle 06.JPG 33°33′39″N 133°31′52″E / 33.56082164°N 133.53120936°E / 33.56082164; 133.53120936 (Kōchi Castle Site) 2 [2]
Sukumo Shell Mound
宿毛貝塚
Sukumo kaizuka
Sukumo 32°56′14″N 132°42′55″E / 32.9373595°N 132.71536228°E / 32.9373595; 132.71536228 (Sukumo Shell Mound) 1 [3]
Tani Shigetō Grave
谷重遠墓
Tani Shigetō no haka
Kami 33°36′49″N 133°40′50″E / 33.613527°N 133.68047934°E / 33.613527; 133.68047934 (Tani Shigetō Grave) 7 [4]
Tosa Kokubun-ji Site
土佐国分寺
Tosa Kokubunji ato
Nankoku provincial temple of Tosa Province; 29th temple of the Shikoku pilgrimage Tosa Kokubunji 01.JPG 33°35′55″N 133°38′24″E / 33.59851602°N 133.64007612°E / 33.59851602; 133.64007612 (Tosa Kokubunji Site) 3 [5]
Tosa Battery Site
土佐藩砲台跡
Tosa-han hōdai ato
Susaki 33°23′16″N 133°17′02″E / 33.38776302°N 133.28398811°E / 33.38776302; 133.28398811 (Tosa Battery Site) 2 [6]
Hie Haiji Pagoda Site
比江廃寺塔跡
Hie haiji tō ato
Nankoku 33°36′12″N 133°39′03″E / 33.60344285°N 133.65071563°E / 33.60344285; 133.65071563 (Hie Haiji Pagoda Site) 3 [7]
Fudō-ga-Iwaya Caves
不動ガ岩屋洞窟
Fudō-ga-Iwaya dōkutsu
Sakawa 33°29′02″N 133°15′45″E / 33.48396515°N 133.26237121°E / 33.48396515; 133.26237121 (Fudō-ga-Iwaya Caves) 1 [8]
Takechi Hanpeita Former Residence and Grave
武市半平太旧宅および墓
Takechi Hanpeita kyū-taku oyobi haka
Kōchi Takechi Hanpeita old house 01.jpg 33°32′16″N 133°36′13″E / 33.53764713°N 133.60371543°E / 33.53764713; 133.60371543 (Takechi Hanpeita Former Residence and Grave) 7 [9]
Ryūga Caves
龍河洞
Ryūga-dō
Kami also a Natural Monument Kami Kochi Ryugado East Entrance 1.jpg 33°36′12″N 133°44′44″E / 33.60323717°N 133.74542457°E / 33.60323717; 133.74542457 (Ryūga Caves) 1 [10]
This list is complete and up-to-date as of 2 August 2014.

Prefectural Historic Sites[edit]

As of 1 May 2014, thirty-one sites have been designated as being of prefectural importance.[5][6][7]

Site Municipality Comments Image Coordinates Type Ref.
Mount Akagi
赤鬼山
Akagi-yama
Kōchi Kochi Asakura shrine 2.jpg 33°33′13″N 133°28′54″E / 33.553681°N 133.481575°E / 33.553681; 133.481575 (Mount Akagi) [11]
Asakura Kofun
朝倉古墳
Asakura kofun
Kōchi 33°33′12″N 133°28′54″E / 33.553431°N 133.481711°E / 33.553431; 133.481711 (Asakura Kofun) [12]
Yamada Weir
山田堰
Yamada-zeki
Kami 33°36′42″N 133°42′44″E / 33.611765°N 133.712250°E / 33.611765; 133.712250 (Yamada Weir) [13]
Mount Yokokura
横倉山
Yokokura-yama
Ochi 33°32′04″N 133°14′29″E / 33.534491°N 133.241447°E / 33.534491; 133.241447 (Mount Yokokura) [14]
Sakihama Sutra Mound
佐喜浜の経塚
Sakihama no kyōzuka
Muroto 33°23′39″N 134°12′16″E / 33.394172°N 134.204361°E / 33.394172; 134.204361 (Sakihama Sutra Mound) [15]
23 Samurai Graves
二十三士
Nijūsan shi no haka
Tano 23samurais-memorial.jpg 33°25′43″N 134°00′46″E / 33.428724°N 134.012915°E / 33.428724; 134.012915 (23 Samurai Graves) [16]
Aki Kunitora Grave
安芸国虎
Aki Kunitora no haka
Aki 33°30′30″N 133°53′42″E / 33.508284°N 133.895059°E / 33.508284; 133.895059 (Aki Kunitora Grave) [17]
Ki no Natsui Residence Site
紀夏井邸跡
Ki no Natsui yashiki ato
Kōnan 33°35′02″N 133°42′19″E / 33.583950°N 133.705244°E / 33.583950; 133.705244 (Ki no Natsui Residence Site) [18]
Asano Chikatada Grave
津野親忠墓
Asano Chikatada no haka
Kami 33°34′58″N 133°40′40″E / 33.582663°N 133.677907°E / 33.582663; 133.677907 (Asano Chikatada Grave) [19]
Mount Kizen
帰全山
Kizen-zan
Motoyama 33°45′29″N 133°35′42″E / 33.758046°N 133.595080°E / 33.758046; 133.595080 (Mount Kizen) [20]
Kohasu Kofun
小蓮古墳
Kohasu kofun
Nankoku 33°35′58″N 133°37′09″E / 33.599357°N 133.619177°E / 33.599357; 133.619177 (Kohasu Kofun) [21]
Gyūkō-an Site
吸江庵
Gyūkōan ato
Kōchi Gyukoji 02.JPG 33°32′50″N 133°34′15″E / 33.547333°N 133.570861°E / 33.547333; 133.570861 (Gyūkōan Site) [22]
Asakura Castle Site
朝倉城
Asakura-jō seki
Kōchi 33°32′58″N 133°28′48″E / 33.549398°N 133.479939°E / 33.549398; 133.479939 (Asakura Castle Site) [23]
Chōsokabe Motochika Grave
長宗我部元親墓
Chōsokabe Motochika no haka
Kōchi Chosokabe Motochika grave 02.JPG 33°29′50″N 133°33′11″E / 33.497203°N 133.552964°E / 33.497203; 133.552964 (Chōsokabe Motochika Grave) [24]
Tani Jichū Grave
谷時中
Tani Jichū no haka
Kōchi 33°31′10″N 133°32′47″E / 33.519456°N 133.546393°E / 33.519456; 133.546393 (Tani Jichū Grave) [25]
Nangaku Birthplace
南学発祥地
Nangaku hassōnchi
Kōchi 33°29′44″N 133°28′04″E / 33.495642°N 133.467686°E / 33.495642; 133.467686 (Nangaku Birthplace) [26]
Takaoka Shinnō
高岳親王塔
Takaoka Shinnō tō
Tosa in the grounds of Kiyotaki-ji (清瀧寺?) Iozan Kiyotakiji 11.JPG 33°30′45″N 133°24′34″E / 33.5125°N 133.4095°E / 33.5125; 133.4095 (Takaoka Shinnō Tō) [27]
Tanokuchi Kofun
田ノ口古墳
Tanokuchi kofun
Kuroshio 33°00′57″N 132°59′35″E / 33.015942°N 132.993032°E / 33.015942; 132.993032 (Tanokuchi Kofun) [28]
Arii Shōji Grave
有井庄司墓
Arii Shōji no haka
Kuroshio 33°02′27″N 133°04′18″E / 33.040836°N 133.071717°E / 33.040836; 133.071717 (Arii Shōji Grave) [29]
Ichijō Norifusa Grave
一条教房墓
Ichijō Norifusa no haka
Shimanto 32°59′40″N 132°55′56″E / 32.994330°N 132.932317°E / 32.994330; 132.932317 (Ichijō Norifusa Grave) [30]
Kashiwajima Stone Dike
柏島石堤
Kashiwajima sekitei
Ōtsuki 32°46′02″N 132°37′44″E / 32.767131°N 132.628841°E / 32.767131; 132.628841 (Kashiwajima Stone Dike) [31]
Kamochi Masazumi Residence Site
鹿持雅澄邸跡
Kamochi Masazumi yashiki ato
Kōchi 33°34′01″N 133°30′27″E / 33.566833°N 133.507417°E / 33.566833; 133.507417 (Kamochi Masazumi Residence Site) [32]
Tosa Provincial Government Offices Site
土佐国衙跡
Tosa kokuga ato
Nankoku 33°36′00″N 133°38′55″E / 33.599871°N 133.648692°E / 33.599871; 133.648692 (Tosa Provincial Government Offices Site) [33]
Nakaoka Shintarō Residence Site
中岡慎太郎宅跡
Nakaoka Shintarō taku ato
Kitagawa Nakaoka Shintaro Birthplace.jpg 33°27′26″N 134°03′22″E / 33.457135°N 134.056249°E / 33.457135; 134.056249 (Nakaoka Shintarō Residence Site) [34]
Yoshimura Toratarō Residence Site
吉村虎太郎宅跡
Yoshimura Toratarō taku ato
Tsuno Toratarou-yosimura2.JPG 33°24′41″N 133°01′23″E / 33.411347°N 133.022976°E / 33.411347; 133.022976 (Yoshimura Toratarō Residence Site) [35]
Nōsayama Sanjō Kiln Site
能茶山山上窯跡
Nōsayama Sanjō kama ato
Kōchi 33°32′43″N 133°30′10″E / 33.545168°N 133.502791°E / 33.545168; 133.502791 (Nōsayama Sanjō Kiln Site) [36]
Hōkyō-ji Site
宝鏡寺 (香宗我部菩提寺) 跡
Hōkyōji (Kōsogabe Bodaiji) ato
Kōnan 33°33′19″N 133°43′11″E / 33.555156°N 133.719803°E / 33.555156; 133.719803 (Hōkyōji Site) [37]
Lotus Sutra Tower (Inscribed 1684)
貞亨元年銘法華経塔 (五台山の経塔)
Teikyō gannen-mei hokekyō tō (Godaisan no keitō)
Kōchi 33°32′48″N 133°34′39″E / 33.546611°N 133.577472°E / 33.546611; 133.577472 (Lotus Sutra Tower (Inscribed 1684)) [38]
Lotus Sutra Tower (Inscribed 1684)
貞亨元年銘法華経 (宿毛の経塔)
Teikyō gannen-mei hokekyō (Sukumo no keitō)
Sukumo 32°57′02″N 132°46′11″E / 32.950631°N 132.769861°E / 32.950631; 132.769861 (Lotus Sutra Tower (Inscribed 1684)) [39]
Lotus Sutra Tower (Inscribed 1684)
貞亨元年銘法華経 (甲浦の経塔)
Teikyō gannen-mei hokekyō (Kannoura no keitō)
Tōyō 33°32′56″N 134°17′48″E / 33.548986°N 134.296644°E / 33.548986; 134.296644 (Lotus Sutra Tower (Inscribed 1684)) [40]
Sakamoto Site Kiln Site
坂本遺跡窯跡
Sakamoto iseki kama ato
Shimanto 32°58′29″N 132°56′01″E / 32.974694°N 132.933639°E / 32.974694; 132.933639 (Sakamoto Site Kiln Site) [41]
This list is complete and up-to-date as of 2 August 2014.

Municipal Historic Sites[edit]

As of 1 May 2014, a further three hundred and thirty-five sites have been designated as being of municipal importance.[8]

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