List of Historic Sites of Japan (Miyagi)

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

National Historic Sites[edit]

As of 1 August 2014, thirty-five sites have been designated as being of national significance (including one *Special Historic Site); the Dewa Sendai Kaidō Nakayamagoe Pass spans the prefectural borders with Yamagata.[2][3][4]

Site Municipality Comments Image Coordinates Type Ref.
*Taga-jō Site
多賀城跡附寺跡
Taga-jō ato tsuketari tera ato
Tagajō
Taga-jō Site
38°18′22″N 140°59′18″E / 38.30605267°N 140.9884156°E / 38.30605267; 140.9884156 (Taga-jō Site) 2, 3 181
Iji Castle Site
伊治城跡
Iji-jō ato
Kurihara 38°45′51″N 141°02′18″E / 38.76416712°N 141.03826252°E / 38.76416712; 141.03826252 (Iji Castle Site) 2 3372
Tōmizuka Kofun
遠見塚古墳
Tōmizuka kofun
Sendai
Tōmizuka Kofun
38°14′17″N 140°54′52″E / 38.23803712°N 140.91432803°E / 38.23803712; 140.91432803 (Tōmizuka Kofun) 1 210
Koganeyama Gold Mining Site
黄金山産金遺跡
Koganeyama sankin iseki
Wakuya where gold was extracted for the Tōdai-ji daibutsu[5] 38°33′36″N 141°08′22″E / 38.56013333°N 141.13935106°E / 38.56013333; 141.13935106 (Koganeyama Gold Mining Site) 6 208
Iwakiri Castle Site
岩切城
Iwakiri-jō ato
Sendai/Rifu
Iwakiri Castle Site
38°18′49″N 140°56′28″E / 38.31356378°N 140.94115294°E / 38.31356378; 140.94115294 (Iwakiri Castle Site) 2 231
Miyazawa Site
宮沢遺跡
Miyazawa iseki
Ōsaki 38°37′34″N 140°56′55″E / 38.62607632°N 140.9486792°E / 38.62607632; 140.9486792 (Miyazawa Site) 2 225
Former Yūbikan and Garden
旧有備館および庭園
kyū-Yūbikan oyobi teien
Ōsaki also a Place of Scenic Beauty; the main building collapsed in the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake[6]
Former Yūbikan and Garden
38°39′27″N 140°51′48″E / 38.65739275°N 140.86346346°E / 38.65739275; 140.86346346 (Former Yūbikan and Garden) 4 185
Former Arikabe-juku Honjin
旧有壁宿本陣
kyū-Arikabe-juku honjin
Kurihara 38°52′04″N 141°07′31″E / 38.86788006°N 141.12523057°E / 38.86788006; 141.12523057 (Former Arikabe-juku Honjin) 6 213
Sanjūsangendō Government Office Site
三十三間堂官衙遺跡
Sanjūsangendō kanga iseki
Watari 38°04′04″N 140°51′07″E / 38.06786695°N 140.85186878°E / 38.06786695; 140.85186878 (Sanjūsangendō Government Office Site) 2 236
Sannō-Gakoi Site
山王囲遺跡
Sannō-Gakoi iseki
Kurihara
Sannō-Gakoi Site
38°44′29″N 140°56′56″E / 38.74141787°N 140.94900745°E / 38.74141787; 140.94900745 (Sannō-Gakoi Site) 1 214
Yamamae Site
山前遺跡
Yamamae iseki
Misato 38°32′19″N 141°02′55″E / 38.5387426°N 141.04855829°E / 38.5387426; 141.04855829 (Yamamae Site) 1 223
Yamahata Cave Tomb Cluster
山畑横穴群
Yamahata yokoana-gun
Ōsaki caves 6, 10 & 15 contain simple red painted decoration[7] 38°31′15″N 140°55′34″E / 38.52086301°N 140.92601206°E / 38.52086301; 140.92601206 (Yamahata Cave Tomb Cluster) 1 217
Numazu Shell Mound
沼津貝塚
Numazu kaizuka
Ishinomaki 38°26′43″N 141°22′40″E / 38.44524914°N 141.37770841°E / 38.44524914; 141.37770841 (Numazu Shell Mound) 1 216
Jō Palisade Site
城生柵跡
Jō-no-saku iseki
Kami 38°35′00″N 140°51′06″E / 38.58337481°N 140.85175977°E / 38.58337481; 140.85175977 (Jō Palisade Site) 2 230
Nishinohama Shell Mound
沼津貝塚
Nishinohama kaizuka
Matsushima 38°22′53″N 141°04′57″E / 38.38138014°N 141.08252851°E / 38.38138014; 141.08252851 (Nishinohama Shell Mound) 1 218
Sendai Kōriyama Government Offices Sites
仙台郡山官衙遺跡群
Sendai Kōriyama kanga iseki-gun
Sendai designation includes the sites of the Kōriyama Government Offices (郡山官衙遺跡?) and Kōriyama Haiji (郡山廃寺跡?) 38°13′14″N 140°53′31″E / 38.22064405°N 140.89197918°E / 38.22064405; 140.89197918 (Sendai Kōriyama Government Offices Sites) 2 00003496
Sendai Castle Site
仙台城跡
Sendai-jō ato
Sendai
Sendai Castle Site
38°15′12″N 140°51′10″E / 38.25325201°N 140.85291586°E / 38.25325201; 140.85291586 (Sendai Castle Site) 2 3371
Sendai Domain Hanayama Village Nuruyu Bansho Site
仙台藩花山村寒湯番所跡
Sendai-han Hanayama-mura Nuruyu-bansho ato
Kurihara 38°51′43″N 140°46′42″E / 38.86186519°N 140.77821221°E / 38.86186519; 140.77821221 (Sendai Domain Hanayama Village Nuruyu Bansho Site) 6 204
Daikichiyama Tile Kiln Site
大吉山瓦窯跡
Daikichiyama kawara kama ato
Ōsaki 38°37′23″N 140°55′17″E / 38.62304744°N 140.92136018°E / 38.62304744; 140.92136018 (Daikichiyama Tile Kiln Site) 6 221
Daigigakoi Shell Mound
大木囲貝塚
Daigigakoi kaizuka
Shichigahama
Daigigakoi Shell Mound
38°18′18″N 141°02′38″E / 38.30488442°N 141.04376513°E / 38.30488442; 141.04376513 (Daigigakoi Shell Mound) 1 209
Nakazawame Shell Mound
中沢目貝塚
Nakazawame kaizuka
Ōsaki 38°37′15″N 141°05′54″E / 38.62079136°N 141.09843563°E / 38.62079136; 141.09843563 (Nakazawame Shell Mound) 1 234
Nagane Shell Mound
長根貝塚
Nagane kaizuka
Wakuya 38°36′06″N 141°08′40″E / 38.60166494°N 141.14434859°E / 38.60166494; 141.14434859 (Nagane Shell Mound) 1 212
Higashiyama Government Offices Site
東山官衙遺跡
Higashiyama kanga iseki
Kami 38°35′56″N 140°48′12″E / 38.59898939°N 140.80324041°E / 38.59898939; 140.80324041 (Higashiyama Government Offices Site) 2 3209
Hinodeyama Tile Kiln Site
日の出山瓦窯跡
Hinodeyama kawara kama ato
Shikama 38°30′53″N 140°52′59″E / 38.51460064°N 140.88304491°E / 38.51460064; 140.88304491 (Hinodeyama Tile Kiln Site) 6 222
Iinozaka Kofun Cluster
飯野坂古墳群
Iinozaka kofun-gun
Natori 38°09′44″N 140°52′38″E / 38.16228003°N 140.87728684°E / 38.16228003; 140.87728684 (Iinozaka Kofun Cluster) 1 228
Myōdate Government Offices Site
名生館官衙遺跡
Myōdate kanga isek
Ōsaki 38°36′38″N 140°53′45″E / 38.61046218°N 140.895892°E / 38.61046218; 140.895892 (Myōdate Government Offices Site) 2 232
Kido Tile Kiln Site
木戸瓦窯跡
Kido kawara kama ato
Ōsaki 38°37′17″N 141°02′25″E / 38.62147784°N 141.04014587°E / 38.62147784; 141.04014587 (Kido Tile Kiln Site) 6 220
Raijinyama Kofun
雷神山古墳
Raijinyama kofun
Natori 38°09′04″N 140°52′48″E / 38.15124998°N 140.87988488°E / 38.15124998; 140.87988488 (Raijinyama Kofun) 1 202
Satohama Shell Mound
里浜貝塚
Satohama kaizuka
Higashimatsushima 38°20′20″N 141°08′30″E / 38.33896857°N 141.14162773°E / 38.33896857; 141.14162773 (Satohama Shell Mound) 1 237
Mutsu Kokubun-ji Site
陸奥国分寺跡
Mutsu Kokubunji ato
Sendai provincial temple of Mutsu Province
Mutsu Kokubunji Site
38°15′05″N 140°54′10″E / 38.2514063°N 140.9027068°E / 38.2514063; 140.9027068 (Mutsu Kokubunji Site) 3 180
Mutsu Kokubunni-ji Site
陸奥国分尼寺跡
Mutsu Kokubunniji ato
Sendai provincial nunnery of Mutsu Province 38°15′06″N 140°54′34″E / 38.25163389°N 140.90952776°E / 38.25163389; 140.90952776 (Mutsu Kokubunniji Site) 3 201
Mutsu Kami Kaidō
陸奥上街道
Mutsu kami kaidō
Ōsaki 38°40′51″N 140°52′06″E / 38.68093169°N 140.86838421°E / 38.68093169; 140.86838421 (Mutsu Kami Kaidō) 6 235
Yanase-ura Site
梁瀬浦遺跡
Yanase-ura iseki
Kakuda 38°00′26″N 140°45′17″E / 38.0073185°N 140.7545955°E / 38.0073185; 140.7545955 (Yanase-ura Site) 1 227
Hayashi Shihei Grave
林子平墓
Hayashi Shihei no haka
Sendai
Hayashi Shihei Grave
38°16′36″N 140°51′04″E / 38.27667589°N 140.85122121°E / 38.27667589; 140.85122121 (Hayashi Shihei Grave) 7 194
Dewa Sendai Kaidō Nakayamagoe Pass
出羽仙台街道中山越
Dewa Sendai kaidō Nakayamagoe
Ōsaki the road splits off from the Matsumaedō, subroute of the Ōshū Kaidō, at Yoshioka-juku (吉岡宿?); path of Matsuo Bashō on his journey from Hiraizumi to Dewa Sanzan, as recounted in Oku no Hosomichi;[8] the designation includes an area of Mogami in Yamagata Prefecture 38°43′32″N 140°39′32″E / 38.72561455°N 140.65877788°E / 38.72561455; 140.65877788 (Dewa Sendai Kaidō Nakayamagoe Pass) 6 3095
This list is complete and up-to-date as of 2 August 2014.

Prefectural Historic Sites[edit]

As of 1 May 2014, fifteen sites have been designated as being of prefectural importance.[4][9]

Site Municipality Comments Image Coordinates Type Ref.
Kamezuka Kofun
かめ塚古墳
Kamezuka kofun
Iwanuma 38°07′18″N 140°52′10″E / 38.121568°N 140.869467°E / 38.121568; 140.869467 (Kamezuka Kofun) [1]
Nagiriya Haiji Site
菜切谷廃寺跡
Nagiriya Haiji ato
Kami 38°35′07″N 140°51′42″E / 38.585218°N 140.861785°E / 38.585218; 140.861785 (Nagiriya Haiji Site) [2]
Toya-Hachiman Kofun
鳥屋八幡古墳
Toya-Hachiman kofun
Taiwa 38°24′33″N 140°55′51″E / 38.409264°N 140.930847°E / 38.409264; 140.930847 (Toya-Hachiman Kofun) [3]
Daimachi Kofun Cluster
台町古墳群
Daimachi kofun-gun
Marumori 37°54′42″N 140°47′31″E / 37.911667°N 140.791984°E / 37.911667; 140.791984 (Daimachi Kofun Cluster) [4]
Tomizawa Magaibutsu
富沢磨崖仏群
Tomizawa magaibutsu-gun
Shibata 38°06′46″N 140°48′48″E / 38.112848°N 140.813270°E / 38.112848; 140.813270 (Tomizawa Magaibutsu) [5]
Takanosu Kofun Cluster
鷹の巣古墳群
Takanosu kofun-gun
Shiroishi 38°00′01″N 140°38′46″E / 38.000289°N 140.646029°E / 38.000289; 140.646029 (Takanosu Kofun Cluster) [6]
Izumisawa Kofun Cluster
和泉沢古墳群
Izumisawa kofun-gun
Ishinomaki 38°32′31″N 141°19′45″E / 38.541939°N 141.329273°E / 38.541939; 141.329273 (Izumisawa Kofun Cluster) [7]
Toriyagasaki Kofun Cluster
鳥矢ヶ崎古墳群
Toriyagasaki kofun-gun
Kurihara 38°48′44″N 141°00′22″E / 38.812334°N 141.006067°E / 38.812334; 141.006067 (Toriyagasaki Kofun Cluster) [8]
Hedahara Shell Mound
平田原貝塚
Hedahara kaizuka
Higashimatsushima 38°27′23″N 141°11′15″E / 38.456420°N 141.187588°E / 38.456420; 141.187588 (Hedahara Shell Mound) [9]
Atagoyama Kofun - Yakushidō Kofun
愛宕山古墳・附薬師堂古墳
Atagoyama kofun tsuketari Yakushidō kofun
Murata 38°05′33″N 140°42′57″E / 38.092629°N 140.715777°E / 38.092629; 140.715777 (Atagoyama Kofun - Yakushidō Kofun) [10]
Nitoda Shell Mound
仁斗田貝塚
Nitoda kaizuka
Ishinomaki 38°17′40″N 141°25′24″E / 38.294383°N 141.423279°E / 38.294383; 141.423279 (Nitoda Shell Mound) [11]
Tatsuganesan Sutra Mounds
田束山経塚群
Tatsuganesan kyōzuka-gun
Minamisanriku 38°44′59″N 141°28′01″E / 38.749783°N 141.466999°E / 38.749783; 141.466999 (Tatsuganesan Sutra Mounds) [12]
Semine Ichirizuka
瀬峰一里塚
Semine ichirizuka
Kurihara 38°39′46″N 141°02′12″E / 38.662643°N 141.036590°E / 38.662643; 141.036590 (Semine Ichirizuka) [13]
Neyaji Kofun Cluster
念南寺古墳群
Neyaji kofun-gun
Shikama 38°31′57″N 140°52′59″E / 38.532464°N 140.883136°E / 38.532464; 140.883136 (Neyaji Kofun Cluster) [14]
Yoshiokahigashi Government Offices Site
吉岡東官衙遺跡
Yoshiokahigashi kanga iseki
Taiwa 38°26′18″N 140°53′42″E / 38.438222°N 140.894889°E / 38.438222; 140.894889 (Yoshiokahigashi Government Offices Site) [15]
This list is complete and up-to-date as of 2 August 2014.

Municipal Historic Sites[edit]

As of 1 May 2014, a further two hundred and fifty-five sites have been designated as being of municipal importance.[10]

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