List of Historic Sites of Japan (Kagawa)

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

National Historic Sites[edit]

As of 1 August 2013, eighteen sites have been designated as being of national significance (including one *Special Historic Site).[2][3][4]

Site Municipality Comments Image Coordinates Type Ref.
Shiwaku Kinbansho Site
塩飽勤番所跡
Shiwaku kinbansho ato
Marugame Shiwaku-kinbansho01s3872.jpg 34°23′16″N 133°47′02″E / 34.38778983°N 133.78390464°E / 34.38778983; 133.78390464 (Shiwaku Kinbansho Site) 2 [1]
Yashima
屋島
Yashima
Takamatsu site of the Battle of Yashima and of Yashima-ji, 84th temple of the Shikoku pilgrimage; also a Natural Monument Yashima02s3200.jpg 34°21′06″N 134°06′29″E / 34.35165509°N 134.10798214°E / 34.35165509; 134.10798214 (Yashima) 2, 3 [2]
Kaitenyama Kofun
快天山古墳
Kaitenyama kofun
Marugame 34°14′20″N 133°53′26″E / 34.23884806°N 133.89048105°E / 34.23884806; 133.89048105 (Kaitenyama Kofun) 1 [3]
Marugame Castle Site
丸亀城跡
Marugame-jō ato
Marugame Marugame Castle07s3872.jpg 34°17′10″N 133°48′01″E / 34.28613896°N 133.80036743°E / 34.28613896; 133.80036743 (Marugame Castle Site) 2 [4]
Kibeejima Salt Harvesting Site
喜兵衛島製塩遺跡
Kibeejima seien iseki
Naoshima 34°30′05″N 133°58′36″E / 34.5013235°N 133.97663534°E / 34.5013235; 133.97663534 (Kibeejima Salt Harvesting Site) 6 [5]
Takamatsu Castle Site
高松城跡
Takamatsu-jō ato
Takamatsu Takamatsu castle 03.JPG 34°21′00″N 134°03′01″E / 34.35005401°N 134.05038592°E / 34.35005401; 134.05038592 (Takamatsu Castle Site) 2 [6]
*Sanuki Kokubun-ji Site
讃岐国分寺跡
Sanuki Kokubunji ato
Takamatsu provincial temple of Sanuki Province; 80th temple of the Shikoku pilgrimage Sanuki Kokubunji 02.JPG 34°18′10″N 133°56′39″E / 34.30290586°N 133.94416106°E / 34.30290586; 133.94416106 (Sanuki Kokubunji Site) 3 [7]
Sanuki Kokubunni-ji Site
讃岐国分尼寺跡
Sanuki Kokubunniji ato
Takamatsu provincial nunnery of Sanuki Province 34°18′35″N 133°57′45″E / 34.30983036°N 133.96238878°E / 34.30983036; 133.96238878 (Sanuki Kokubunniji Site) 3 [8]
Muneyoshi Tile Kiln Site
宗吉瓦窯跡
Muneyoshi gayō ato
Mitoyo 34°11′34″N 133°41′57″E / 34.19287136°N 133.69903163°E / 34.19287136; 133.69903163 (Muneyoshi Tile Kiln Site) 6 [9]
Kiyama
城山
Kiyama
Sakaide, Marugame 34°17′23″N 133°53′23″E / 34.28978147°N 133.8897588°E / 34.28978147; 133.8897588 (Kiyama) 1 [10]
Iwaseoyama Kofun Cluster
石清尾山古墳群
Iwaseoyama kofun-gun
Takamatsu 34°19′53″N 134°01′27″E / 34.33125988°N 134.02419401°E / 34.33125988; 134.02419401 (Iwaseoyama Kofun Cluster) 1 [11]
Stone Quarries for Osaka Castle Chōba Sites
大坂城石垣石切丁場跡
Ōsaka-jō ishigaki ishikiri chōba ato
Shōdoshima 34°30′33″N 134°21′12″E / 34.50930226°N 134.35332679°E / 34.50930226; 134.35332679 (Stone Quarries for Osaka Castle Chōba Sites) 2 [12]
Nakadera Haiji Site
中寺廃寺跡
Nakadera haiji ato
Mannō finds during excavation suggest a C10/11 date[5] 34°07′30″N 133°54′58″E / 34.1249915°N 133.91599015°E / 34.1249915; 133.91599015 (Nakadera Haiji Site) 3 [13]
Amagiri Castle Site
天霧城
Amagiri-jō ato
Zentsūji, Tadotsu, Mitoyo 34°14′10″N 133°44′10″E / 34.23619999°N 133.73601756°E / 34.23619999; 133.73601756 (Amagiri Castle Site) 2 [14]
Ninomiya Kiln Site
二ノ宮窯跡
Ninomiya kama ato
Mitoyo 34°08′52″N 133°45′17″E / 34.14771942°N 133.75484514°E / 34.14771942; 133.75484514 (Ninomiya Kiln Site) 6 [15]
Tomitachausuyama Kofun
富田茶臼山古墳
Tomitachausuyama kofun
Sanuki 34°15′36″N 134°14′38″E / 34.25991608°N 134.24399067°E / 34.25991608; 134.24399067 (Tomitachausuyama Kofun) 1 [16]
Fuchū-Yamanouchi Tile Kiln Sites
府中・山内瓦窯跡
Fuchū-Yamanouchi kawara-gama ato
Sakaide, Takamatsu 34°17′39″N 133°56′19″E / 34.29411925°N 133.93870177°E / 34.29411925; 133.93870177 (Fuchū-Yamanouchi Tile Kiln Sites) 6 [17]
Arioka Kofun Cluster
有岡古墳群
Arioka kofun-gun
Zentsūji 34°13′00″N 133°47′25″E / 34.21653518°N 133.79018917°E / 34.21653518; 133.79018917 (Arioka Kofun Cluster) 1 [18]
This list is complete and up-to-date as of 26 August 2013.

Prefectural Historic Sites[edit]

As of 1 May 2013, thirty-two sites have been designated as being of prefectural importance.[4][6][7]

Site Municipality Comments Image Coordinates Type Ref.
Wankashizuka - Tsunozuka - Hiratsuka
椀貸塚、角塚及び平塚
Wankashizuka, Tsunozuka oyobi Hiratsuka
Kan'onji 34°05′15″N 133°39′47″E / 34.087373°N 133.663187°E / 34.087373; 133.663187 (Wankashizuka - Tsunozuka - Hiratsuka) [19]
Kangi-in Tile Kiln Site
歓喜院内の瓦窯跡
Kangi-in kawara kama ato
Mitoyo 34°10′23″N 133°44′51″E / 34.173110°N 133.747430°E / 34.173110; 133.747430 (Kangi-in Tile Kiln Site) [20]
Ikoma Chikamasa and his Wife's Graves
生駒親正夫妻墓所
Ikoma Chikamasa fusai bosho
Takamatsu at Kōken-ji (弘憲寺?)[8] 34°20′52″N 134°02′25″E / 34.347697°N 134.040198°E / 34.347697; 134.040198 (Ikoma Chikamasa and his Wife's Graves) [21]
Imaoka Kofun
今岡古墳
Imaoka kofun
Takamatsu 34°19′51″N 133°59′20″E / 34.330909°N 133.988754°E / 34.330909; 133.988754 (Imaoka Kofun) [22]
Kozutajima Shell Mound
小蔦島貝塚
Kozutajima kaizuka
Mitoyo 34°11′34″N 133°38′06″E / 34.192795°N 133.635088°E / 34.192795; 133.635088 (Kozutajima Shell Mound) [23]
Tomioka Kofun Cluster
富丘古墳群
Tomioka kofun-gun
Tonoshō 34°29′08″N 134°11′45″E / 34.485653°N 134.195702°E / 34.485653; 134.195702 (Tomioka Kofun Cluster) [24]
Iyadani-ji Faith Site
弥谷寺信仰遺跡
Iyadaniji shinkō iseki
Mitoyo Temple 71 on the Shikoku pilgrimage Iyadaniji 06.JPG 34°13′47″N 133°43′27″E / 34.229722°N 133.724261°E / 34.229722; 133.724261 (Iyadaniji Faith Site) [25]
Masuehata Tile Kiln Site
ますえ畑瓦窯跡
Masuehata kawara kama ato
Ayagawa 34°15′57″N 133°56′37″E / 34.265826°N 133.943548°E / 34.265826; 133.943548 (Masuehata Tile Kiln Site) [26]
Subetsu Kiln Site
すべつと窯跡
Subetsu kama ato
Ayagawa 34°15′10″N 133°56′52″E / 34.252831°N 133.947802°E / 34.252831; 133.947802 (Subetsu Kiln Site) [27]
Tsujji Fudaba
辻の札場
Tsuji no fudaba
Mitoyo 34°12′03″N 133°38′44″E / 34.200826°N 133.645602°E / 34.200826; 133.645602 (Tsuji Fudaba) [28]
Yoshikane Kiln Site
吉金窯跡
Yoshikane kama ato
Sanuki 34°16′46″N 134°12′40″E / 34.279551°N 134.211076°E / 34.279551; 134.211076 (Yoshikane Kiln Site) [29]
Shirotori Haiji Site
白鳥廃寺跡
Shirotori Haiji ato
Higashikagawa 34°14′34″N 134°20′40″E / 34.242770°N 134.344393°E / 34.242770; 134.344393 (Shirotori Haiji Site) [30]
Stones for Osaka Castle and Shichibe Banya Residence Site
大坂城用残石及番屋七兵衛屋敷跡
Ōsakajō-yō zanseki oyobi banya Shichibe yashiki ato
Shōdoshima 34°30′16″N 134°20′52″E / 34.504488°N 134.347912°E / 34.504488; 134.347912 (Stones for Osaka Castle and Shichibe Banya Residence Site) [31]
Takamatsu Chausuyama Kofun
高松市茶臼山古墳
Takamatsu Chausuyama kofun
Takamatsu 34°18′32″N 134°06′11″E / 34.309005°N 134.103155°E / 34.309005; 134.103155 (Takamatsu Chausuyama Kofun) [32]
Kaihō-ji Pagoda Site
開法寺塔跡
Kaihōji tō ato
Sakaide 34°17′32″N 133°55′02″E / 34.292167°N 133.917361°E / 34.292167; 133.917361 (Kaihōji Pagoda Site) [33]
Tao Chausuyama Kofun
田尾茶臼山古墳
Tao Chausuyama kofun
Sakaide/Utazu 34°18′43″N 133°50′19″E / 34.311876°N 133.838475°E / 34.311876; 133.838475 (Tao Chausuyama Kofun) [34]
Shamijima Senninzuka
沙弥島千人塚
Shamijima Senninzuka
Sakaide 34°20′46″N 133°49′22″E / 34.346156°N 133.822875°E / 34.346156; 133.822875 (Shamijima Senninzuka) [35]
Stone Quarries for Osaka Castle (Tobietsu Chōba Site) and Omi Stones
大坂城石垣石切とび越丁場跡および小海残石群
Ōsaka-jō ishigaki ishi-kiri Tobietsu chōba ato oyobi Omi zanseki-gun
Shōdoshima see Osaka Castle Zanseki Memorial Park (大坂城残石記念公園 Ōsaka-jō zanseki kinen kōen?) Stones of Osaka Castle Commemorative Park02s3.jpg 34°32′02″N 134°14′32″E / 34.533889°N 134.242201°E / 34.533889; 134.242201 (Stone Quarries for Osaka Castle (Tobietsu Chōba Site) and Omi Stones) [36]
Stone Quarries for Osaka Castle (Senge Chōba Site)
大坂城石垣石切千軒丁場跡
Ōsaka-jō ishigaki ishi-kiri Senge chōba ato
Shōdoshima 34°27′45″N 134°09′11″E / 34.462445°N 134.153152°E / 34.462445; 134.153152 (Stone Quarries for Osaka Castle (Senge Chōba Site)) [37]
Stone Quarries for Osaka Castle (Kosehara Chōba Site)
大坂城石垣石切小瀬原丁場跡
Ōsaka-jō ishigaki ishi-kiri Kosehara chōba ato
Shōdoshima 34°32′00″N 134°14′31″E / 34.533306°N 134.241922°E / 34.533306; 134.241922 (Stone Quarries for Osaka Castle (Kosehara Chōba Site)) [38]
Hoshigajō Site
星が城
Hoshigajō ato
Shōdoshima 34°30′54″N 134°19′03″E / 34.515044°N 134.317389°E / 34.515044; 134.317389 (Hoshigajō Site) [39]
Zentsū-ji Old Precinct
善通寺旧境内
Zentsūji kyū-keidai
Zentsūji 34°13′30″N 133°46′26″E / 34.225087°N 133.773817°E / 34.225087; 133.773817 (Zentsūji Old Precinct) [40]
Jinnomaru Kofun
陣の丸古墳
Jinnomaru kofun
Marugame 34°15′28″N 133°53′40″E / 34.257784°N 133.894351°E / 34.257784; 133.894351 (Jinnomaru Kofun) [41]
Akaokayama Kofun
赤岡山古墳
Akaokayama kofun
Kan'onji 34°05′04″N 133°41′02″E / 34.084441°N 133.683910°E / 34.084441; 133.683910 (Akaokayama Kofun) [42]
Minami-Kusaki Site
南草木遺跡
Minami-Kusaki iseki
Mitoyo 34°12′03″N 133°38′50″E / 34.200908°N 133.647145°E / 34.200908; 133.647145 (Minami-Kusaki Site) [43]
Moritsuchiyama Kofun
盛土山古墳
Moritsuchiyama kofun
Tadotsu 34°14′54″N 133°44′12″E / 34.248277°N 133.736787°E / 34.248277; 133.736787 (Moritsuchiyama Kofun) [44]
Kōryū-ji Site Stone Tō
興隆寺跡石塔群
Kōryūji ato sekitō-gun
Mitoyo 34°10′01″N 133°40′23″E / 34.166896°N 133.673079°E / 34.166896; 133.673079 (Kōryūji Site Stone Tō) [45]
Aonoyama No.1 Kiln Site
青ノ山一号窯跡
Aonoyama ichi-gō kama ato
Marugame 34°17′33″N 133°49′27″E / 34.292520°N 133.824302°E / 34.292520; 133.824302 (Aonoyama No.1 Kiln Site) [46]
Shiudeyama Site
紫雲出山遺跡
Shiudeyama ato
Mitoyo 34°13′22″N 133°36′53″E / 34.222732°N 133.614671°E / 34.222732; 133.614671 (Shiudeyama Site) [47]
Kasajima Castle Site
笠島城跡
Kasajima-jō ato
Marugame 34°23′42″N 133°46′59″E / 34.394941°N 133.783028°E / 34.394941; 133.783028 (Kasajima Castle Site) [48]
Shaminakandahama Site
沙弥ナカンダ浜遺跡
Shaminakandahama iseki
Sakaide 34°20′59″N 133°49′19″E / 34.349610°N 133.821952°E / 34.349610; 133.821952 (Shaminakandahama Site) [49]
Kōjikizan Sutra Repositories
香色山経塚群
Kōjikizan kyōzuka-gun
Zentsūji 34°13′25″N 133°46′22″E / 34.223610°N 133.772761°E / 34.223610; 133.772761 (Kōjikizan Sutra Repositories) [50]
This list is complete and up-to-date as of 26 August 2013.

Municipal Historic Sites[edit]

As of 1 May 2013, a further one hundred and forty-two sites have been designated as being of municipal importance.[9]

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