List of Historic Sites of Japan (Nagasaki)

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

National Historic Sites[edit]

As of 1 May 2014, thirty sites have been designated as being of national significance (including two *Special Historic Sites).[2][3]

Site Municipality Comments Image Coordinates Type Ref.
*Kaneda Castle Site
金田城
Kaneda-jō ato
Tsushima 34°17′48″N 129°16′22″E / 34.29677303°N 129.2727069°E / 34.29677303; 129.2727069 (Kaneda Castle Site) 2 [1]
*Haru-no-Tsuji Site
原の辻遺跡
Harunotsuji iseki
Iki Iki Harunotsuji Ruinsi 2009.jpg 33°45′32″N 129°45′07″E / 33.75878417°N 129.75186114°E / 33.75878417; 129.75186114 (Haru-no-Tsuji Site) 1 [2]
Siebold Residence Site
シーボルト宅跡
Shīboruto taku ato
Nagasaki the Siebold Memorial Museum has opened in an adjacent building[4][5] Siebold Residence Site.jpg 32°45′20″N 129°53′32″E / 32.75548578°N 129.89224447°E / 32.75548578; 129.89224447 (Siebold Residence) 9 [3]
Hogetto Stone Pot Production Site
ホゲット石鍋製作遺跡
Hogetto ishinabe seisaku iseki
Saikai 32°57′03″N 129°41′29″E / 32.95081529°N 129.69129776°E / 32.95081529; 129.69129776 (Hogetto Stone Pot Production Site) 6 [4]
Iki Kofun Cluster
壱岐古墳群
Iki kofun-gun
Iki 33°48′09″N 129°42′02″E / 33.802455°N 129.700685°E / 33.802455; 129.700685 (Iki Kofun Cluster) 1 [5]
Kirishitan Tomb Stones
吉利支丹墓碑
Kirishitan bohi
Minamishimabara submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Churches and Christian Sites in Nagasaki[6][7] Christian tombstones in Sahara,Kazusa.JPG 32°39′10″N 130°17′48″E / 32.6527215°N 130.296631°E / 32.6527215; 130.296631 (Kirishitan Tomb Stones) 7 [6]
Shimabara Han Former Medicinal Garden Site
旧島原藩薬園跡
kyū-Shimabara-han yakuen ato
Shimabara 32°47′07″N 130°21′07″E / 32.78531891°N 130.35185971°E / 32.78531891; 130.35185971 (Shimabara Han Former Medicinal Garden Site) 5 [7]
Magarizaki Kofun Cluster
曲崎古墳群
Magarizaki kofun-gun
Nagasaki 32°45′06″N 129°59′18″E / 32.75169461°N 129.98835295°E / 32.75169461; 129.98835295 (Magarizaki Kofun Cluster) 1 [8]
Kaneishi Castle Site
金石城
Kaneishi-jō ato
Tsushima IzuharaKaneIshiJo.jpg 34°12′17″N 129°17′03″E / 34.20464289°N 129.28419255°E / 34.20464289; 129.28419255 (Kaneishi Castle Site) 2 [9]
Harayama Dolmen Cluster
原山支石墓群
Harayama shisekibo-gun
Minamishimabara 32°40′46″N 130°12′26″E / 32.67950892°N 130.20709522°E / 32.67950892; 130.20709522 (Harayama Dolmen Cluster) 1 [10]
Hara Castle Site
原城跡
Hara-jō ato
Minamishimabara submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Churches and Christian Sites in Nagasaki[6][7] Remains of Hara castle.jpg 32°37′47″N 130°15′13″E / 32.62971008°N 130.25372669°E / 32.62971008; 130.25372669 (Hara Castle Site) 2 [11]
Takashima Shūhan Former Residence
高島秋帆旧宅
Takashima Shūhan kyū-taku
Nagasaki 32°44′22″N 129°52′56″E / 32.7394497°N 129.88224182°E / 32.7394497; 129.88224182 (Takashima Shūhan Former Residence) 8 [12]
Neso Kofun Cluster
根曽古墳群
Neso Kofun-gun
Tsushima 34°15′43″N 129°19′26″E / 34.2618448°N 129.32391106°E / 34.2618448; 129.32391106 (Neso Kofun Cluster) 1 [13]
Dejima Dutch Trading Post
出島和蘭商館跡
Dejima Oranda shōkan ato
Nagasaki Nagasaki bay siebold.jpg 32°44′36″N 129°52′23″E / 32.74347004°N 129.87313698°E / 32.74347004; 129.87313698 (Dejima Dutch Trading Post) 9 [14]
Katsumoto Castle Site
勝本城
Katsumoto-jō ato
Iki 33°50′57″N 129°41′28″E / 33.84918217°N 129.69100997°E / 33.84918217; 129.69100997 (Katsumoto Castle Site) 2 [15]
Kosuge Ship Repair Dock
小菅修船場跡
Kosuge shūsen-ba ato
Nagasaki submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of The Modern Industrial Heritage Sites in Kyushu and Yamaguchi[8][9] 32°43′38″N 129°51′41″E / 32.72727736°N 129.86147481°E / 32.72727736; 129.86147481 (Kosuge Ship Repair Dock) 6 [16]
Shimizuyama Castle Site
清水山城
Shimizuyama-jō ato
Iki 34°12′28″N 129°17′08″E / 34.20781913°N 129.28549865°E / 34.20781913; 129.28549865 (Shimizuyama Castle Site) 2 [17]
Senpukuji Caves
泉福寺洞窟
Senpukuji dōkutsu
Sasebo 33°12′16″N 129°43′49″E / 33.20450628°N 129.73041133°E / 33.20450628; 129.73041133 (Senpukuji Caves) 1 [18]
Tsushima Han Sō Clan Graves
対馬藩主宗家墓所
Tsushima-han-shu Sō-ke bosho
Tsushima IzuharaBochi.jpg 34°12′16″N 129°17′02″E / 34.20439571°N 129.28382656°E / 34.20439571; 129.28382656 (Tsushima Han Sō Clan Graves) 7 [19]
Ōura Church Precinct
大浦天主堂境内
Ōura tenshudō keidai
Nagasaki submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Churches and Christian Sites in Nagasaki[6][7] Oura tenshudo 1.jpg 32°45′01″N 129°52′40″E / 32.75025555°N 129.87780277°E / 32.75025555; 129.87780277 (Ōura Church Precinct) 3, 9 [20]
Ōmura Han Ōmura Clan Graves
大村藩主大村家墓所
Ōmura-han-shu Ōmura-ke bosho
Ōmura 32°55′02″N 129°57′15″E / 32.91729611°N 129.95426271°E / 32.91729611; 129.95426271 (Ōmura Han Ōmura Clan Graves) 7 [21]
Ōnodai Dolmen Cluster
大野台支石墓群
Ōnodai shisekibo-gun
Shikamachi 33°17′55″N 129°37′08″E / 33.29851005°N 129.61901207°E / 33.29851005; 129.61901207 (Ōnodai Dolmen Cluster) 1 [22]
Takashima Kōzaki Site
鷹島神崎遺跡
Takashima kōzaki iseki
Matsuura Kouzaki Underwater ruins.JPG 33°20′28″N 129°42′33″E / 33.34119138°N 129.70915°E / 33.34119138; 129.70915 (Takashima Kōzaki Site) 2 [23]
Nagasaki Battery and Uomidake Battery Sites
長崎台場跡 魚見岳台場跡
Nagasaki daiba ato・Uomidake daiba ato
Nagasaki 32°43′05″N 129°51′09″E / 32.71792317°N 129.85240108°E / 32.71792317; 129.85240108 (Nagasaki Battery and Uomidake Battery Sites) 2 [24]
Tōnokubi Site
塔の首遺跡
Tōnokubi iseki
Tsushima Yayoi graves[10] 34°39′36″N 129°28′13″E / 34.65988469°N 129.47032576°E / 34.65988469; 129.47032576 (Tōnokubi Site) 1 [25]
Hinoe Castle Site
日野江城跡
Hinoe-jō ato
Minamishimabara submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Churches and Christian Sites in Nagasaki[6][7] 32°39′35″N 130°15′11″E / 32.65958475°N 130.25299628°E / 32.65958475; 130.25299628 (Hinoe Castle Site) 2 [26]
Bizen Hasami Pottery Kiln Site
肥前波佐見陶磁器窯跡
Bizen Hasami tōjiki kama ato
Hasami 33°08′57″N 129°52′11″E / 33.14918457°N 129.8698453°E / 33.14918457; 129.8698453 (Bizen Hasami Pottery Kiln Site) 6 [27]
Fukui Caves
福井洞窟
Fukui dōkutsu
Sasebo 33°17′31″N 129°41′49″E / 33.29205287°N 129.69681088°E / 33.29205287; 129.69681088 (Fukui Caves) 1 [28]
Hirado Dutch Trading Post
平戸和蘭商館跡
Hirado Oranda shōkan ato
Hirado Hirado Dutch Trading Post 01.jpg 33°22′22″N 129°33′25″E / 33.37274627°N 129.55697795°E / 33.37274627; 129.55697795 (Hirado Dutch Trading Post) 9 [29]
Yatateyama Kofun Cluster
矢立山古墳群
Yatateyama kofun-gun
Tsushima 34°13′55″N 129°12′08″E / 34.23200094°N 129.2021064°E / 34.23200094; 129.2021064 (Yatateyama Kofun Cluster) 1 [30]
This list is complete and up-to-date as of 1 May 2014.

Prefectural Historic Sites[edit]

As of 8 January 2014, ninety sites have been designated as being of prefectural importance.[11][12]

Site Municipality Comments Image Coordinates Type Ref.
Uku-matsubara Site
宇久松原遺跡
Uku-matsubara iseki
Sasebo 33°15′49″N 129°07′49″E / 33.263487°N 129.130243°E / 33.263487; 129.130243 (Uku-matsubara Site) [31]
Iki Kokubun-ji Site
壱岐国分寺跡
Iki Kokubunji ato
Iki provincial temple of Iki Province 33°48′00″N 129°42′56″E / 33.800110°N 129.715512°E / 33.800110; 129.715512 (Iki Kokubunji Site) [32]
Sainoyama Kofun
サイノヤマ古墳
Sainoyama kofun
Tsushima 34°15′41″N 129°18′46″E / 34.261437°N 129.312848°E / 34.261437; 129.312848 (Sainoyama Kofun) [33]
Iki Province Ankoku-ji Site
壱岐国安国寺
Iki-no-kuni Ankokuji ato
Iki Ankokuji Temple in Iki City.jpg 33°46′09″N 129°44′55″E / 33.769302°N 129.748653°E / 33.769302; 129.748653 (Iki Province Ankokuji Site) [34]
Ōtsukayama Kofun
大塚山古墳
Ōtsukayama kofun
Iki 33°46′12″N 129°45′00″E / 33.770033°N 129.750128°E / 33.770033; 129.750128 (Ōtsukayama Kofun) [35]
Tsushima Entsū-ji Sōke Grave Site
対馬円通寺宗家墓地
Tsushima Entsūji sōke bochi
Tsushima 34°27′29″N 129°22′16″E / 34.458031°N 129.371030°E / 34.458031; 129.371030 (Tsushima Entsūji Sōke Grave Site) [36]
Tsushima Domain Shipyard Site
対馬藩お船江跡
Tsushima-han ofunae ato
Tsushima Ohunae.jpg 34°11′15″N 129°17′05″E / 34.187391°N 129.284770°E / 34.187391; 129.284770 (Tsushima Domain Shipyard Site) [37]
Kamenoo Castle Site
亀丘城跡
Kamenoo-jō ato
Iki 33°45′00″N 129°41′40″E / 33.749892°N 129.694537°E / 33.749892; 129.694537 (Kamenoo Castle Site) [38]
Battle of Kōan Setoura Historic Battlefield
弘安の役瀬戸浦古戦場
Kōan-no-eki Setoura kosenjō
Iki 33°48′44″N 129°45′47″E / 33.812092°N 129.763137°E / 33.812092; 129.763137 (Battle of Kōan Setoura Historic Battlefield) [39]
Deizuka Kofun
出居塚古墳
Deizuka kofun
Iki 34°15′53″N 129°18′55″E / 34.264861°N 129.315361°E / 34.264861; 129.315361 (Deizuka Kofun) [40]
Battle of Bun'ei Shinjō Historic Battlefield
文永の役新城古戦場
Bunei-no-eki Shinjō kosenjō
Iki 33°50′02″N 129°43′14″E / 33.833778°N 129.720472°E / 33.833778; 129.720472 (Battle of Bun'ei Shinjō Historic Battlefield) [41]
Ishita Castle Site
石田城
Ishita-jō ato
Gotō 2013-06-19-Gotoh-Fukue-Ishida-Castle.jpg 32°41′34″N 128°50′47″E / 32.692916°N 128.846455°E / 32.692916; 128.846455 (Ishita Castle Site) [42]
Shirahama Shell Mound
白浜貝塚
Shirahama kaizuka
Gotō 32°39′27″N 128°53′02″E / 32.657542°N 128.883868°E / 32.657542; 128.883868 (Shirahama Shell Mound) [43]
Yamasaki Stone Fortress
富江町・山崎の石塁
Tomie-chō Yamasaki no sekirui
Gotō 32°35′14″N 128°45′56″E / 32.58718°N 128.765612°E / 32.58718; 128.765612 (Yamasaki Stone Fortress) [44]
Hinoshima Stone Pagodas
日島の石塔群
Hinoshima sekitō-gun
Shin-Kamigotō 32°54′54″N 128°57′25″E / 32.915°N 128.956944°E / 32.915; 128.956944 (Hinoshima Stone Pagodas) [45]
Yorigami Shell Mound
寄神貝塚
Yorigami kaizuka
Gotō 32°45′50″N 128°45′33″E / 32.763861°N 128.759222°E / 32.763861; 128.759222 (Yorigami Shell Mound) [46]
Gotō Hexagonal Well
六角井
rokkaku ido
Gotō 2013-06-19-Gotoh-Fukue-Rokkaku-Ido.jpg 32°41′49″N 128°50′36″E / 32.696907°N 128.843451°E / 32.696907; 128.843451 (Gotō Hexagonal Well) [47]
Kawatana Kirishitan Tombstones
川棚町のキリシタン墓碑
Kawatana-chō no kirishitan bohi
Kawatana 33°04′22″N 129°51′33″E / 33.072751°N 129.859284°E / 33.072751; 129.859284 (Kawatana Kirishitan Tombstones) [48]
Sonogi Kofun
彼杵の古墳
Sonogi no kofun
Higashisonogi 33°02′09″N 129°55′55″E / 33.035866°N 129.932041°E / 33.035866; 129.932041 (Sonogi Kofun) [49]
Chieji-Nobori Kiln Site
智惠治登窯跡
Chieji-Nobori gama ato
Hasami 33°07′52″N 129°56′29″E / 33.131111°N 129.941389°E / 33.131111; 129.941389 (Chieji-Nobori Kiln Site) [50]
Hasami Kirishitan Tombstones
波佐見町のキリシタン墓碑群
Hasami-chō no kirishitan bohi
Hasami 33°09′22″N 129°56′14″E / 33.156111°N 129.937194°E / 33.156111; 129.937194 (Hasami Kirishitan Tombstones) [51]
Ichinose Kiln Site
市ノ瀬窯跡
Ichinose kama ato
Saza 33°15′06″N 129°39′26″E / 33.251716°N 129.65716°E / 33.251716; 129.65716 (Ichinose Kiln Site) [52]
Kasamatsu Tenjinsha Kofun
笠松天神社古墳
Kasamatsu Tenjinsha kofun
Hirado 33°21′21″N 129°35′32″E / 33.355876°N 129.592183°E / 33.355876; 129.592183 (Kasamatsu Tenjinsha Kofun) [53]
Kaminosaki Site
神ノ崎遺跡
Kaminosaki iseki
Ojika 33°10′57″N 129°03′25″E / 33.1825°N 129.056944°E / 33.1825; 129.056944 (Kaminosaki Site) [54]
Masutomi Whaling Family Residence
鯨組主益冨家居宅跡
Kujira-gumi-nushi Masutomi-ke kyotaku ato
Hirado 33°23′40″N 129°26′07″E / 33.39452°N 129.435249°E / 33.39452; 129.435249 (Masutomi Whaling Family Residence) [55]
Cocks Sweet Potato Field Site
コックスの甘藷畑跡
Kokkusu no kansho hata ato
Hirado 33°20′47″N 129°32′20″E / 33.346361°N 129.53875°E / 33.346361; 129.53875 (Cocks Sweet Potato Field Site) [56]
Saza Tanukiyama Dolmen Cluster
佐々町狸山支石墓群
Saza-chō Tanukiyama shiseki bogun
Saza 33°15′46″N 129°39′58″E / 33.262806°N 129.666083°E / 33.262806; 129.666083 (Saza Tanukiyama Dolmen Cluster) [57]
Satotabaru Site
里田原遺跡
Satotabaru iseki
Hirado 33°21′34″N 129°35′31″E / 33.359325°N 129.592022°E / 33.359325; 129.592022 (Satotabaru Site) [58]
Shijiki Jinja Site
式内社志々伎神社跡
Shikinai-sha Shijiki Jinja ato
Hirado 33°14′20″N 129°27′19″E / 33.238929°N 129.45541°E / 33.238929; 129.45541 (Shijiki Jinja Site) [59]
Sekitokudō Site
積徳堂跡
Sekitokudō ato
Hirado 33°21′43″N 129°33′28″E / 33.361876°N 129.557869°E / 33.361876; 129.557869 (Sekitokudō Site) [60]
Takezaki Kofun
岳崎古墳
Takezaki kofun
Hirado 33°22′25″N 129°35′59″E / 33.373583°N 129.599694°E / 33.373583; 129.599694 (Takezaki Kofun) [61]
Koxinga Residence
鄭成功居宅跡
Teiseikō kyotaku ato
Hirado 33°19′50″N 129°31′13″E / 33.33059°N 129.520346°E / 33.33059; 129.520346 (Koxinga Residence) [62]
Kajiya Castle Site
松浦党梶谷城
Matsuratō Kajiya-jō ato
Matsuura Ruins of Kajiya Castle.jpg 33°21′06″N 129°47′14″E / 33.35175°N 129.787306°E / 33.35175; 129.787306 (Kajiya Castle Site) [63]

Municipal Historic Sites[edit]

As of 1 May 2013, a further three hundred and twenty-four sites have been designated as being of municipal importance.[13]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cultural Properties for Future Generations". Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 31 May 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 May 2014. Retrieved 31 May 2014. 
  3. ^ "Database of National Cultural Properties: 史跡名勝天然記念物 (史跡, 特別史跡 長崎県 2県以上)" (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 31 May 2014. 
  4. ^ 鳴滝塾 [Naritaki Residence] (in Japanese). Nagasaki City. Retrieved 14 June 2012. 
  5. ^ "Siebold Memorial Museum". Nagasaki City. Retrieved 14 June 2012. 
  6. ^ a b c d "Churches and Christian Sites in Nagasaki". UNESCO. Retrieved 28 February 2014. 
  7. ^ a b c d "Churches and Christian Sites in Nagasaki". Nagasaki Prefecture. Retrieved 28 February 2014. 
  8. ^ "The Modern Industrial Heritage Sites in Kyûshû and Yamaguchi". UNESCO. Retrieved 28 February 2014. 
  9. ^ "Site of Kosuge Ship Repair Dock". Kyuyama. Retrieved 28 February 2014. 
  10. ^ 塔の首遺跡 [Tōnokubi Site] (in Japanese). Kyushu University Museum. Retrieved 14 June 2012. 
  11. ^ 県指定文化財 [Prefectural Cultural Properties] (in Japanese). Nagasaki Prefecture. 8 January 2014. Retrieved 31 May 2014. 
  12. ^ 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 2013. Retrieved 31 May 2014. 
  13. ^ 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 2013. Retrieved 28 February 2014. 

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