List of Historic Sites of Japan (Shizuoka)

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

National Historic Sites[edit]

As of 1 August 2014, forty-five Sites have been designated as being of national significance (including three *Special Historic Sites); the Joseon Mission Sites span the borders with Hiroshima and Okayama, Old Hakone Road the borders with Kanagawa, and Mount Fuji the borders with Yamanashi.[2][3][4]

Site Municipality Comments Image Coordinates Type Ref.
*Tōtōmi Kokubun-ji
遠江国分寺跡
Tōtōmi Kokubunji ato
Iwata Site of Nara-period Kokubun-ji for Tōtōmi Province 34°43′10″N 137°51′05″E / 34.71948542°N 137.85137974°E / 34.71948542; 137.85137974 (Tōtōmi Kokubun-ji) 3 [1]
*Arai Barrier Site
新居関跡
Arai-no-seki ato
Kosai Only remaining barrier gate on the old Tōkaidō Araisekisho.JPG 34°41′41″N 137°33′41″E / 34.69479509°N 137.56136591°E / 34.69479509; 137.56136591 (Arai Sekisho ato) 6 [2]
*Toro Site
登呂遺跡
Toro iseki
Suruga-ku, Shizuoka Toro3.jpg 34°57′22″N 138°24′32″E / 34.95603089°N 138.40896558°E / 34.95603089; 138.40896558 (Toro Site) 1 [3]
Izu Kokubun-ji Pagoda Site
伊豆国分寺塔跡
Izu Kokubunji tō ato
Mishima Remains of Nara-period Kokubun-ji for Izu Province Izu-kokubunji-tou-ato.jpg 35°07′13″N 138°54′35″E / 35.1202493°N 138.90977009°E / 35.1202493; 138.90977009 (Izu Kokubunji Pagoda Site) 3 [4]
Yokosuka Castle Site
横須賀城跡
Yokosuka-jō ato
Kakegawa Edo-period castle ruins Yokosuka Castle Site.jpg 34°41′09″N 137°58′15″E / 34.68575788°N 137.97084498°E / 34.68575788; 137.97084498 (Yokosuka Castle Site) 2 [5]
Ganjōju-in Site
願成就院
Ganjōju-in ato
Izunokuni Remnants of famed Kamakura-period temple with surviving statues by Unkei Ganjoujuin.jpg 35°02′45″N 138°56′25″E / 35.04592103°N 138.94017782°E / 35.04592103; 138.94017782 (Ganjōju-in Site) 3 [6]
Kikugawa Fortified Residence Sites
菊川城館遺跡群
Kikugawa-jōkan iseki-gun
Kikugawa designation includes the sites of Takada Yashiki (高田大屋敷遺跡?) and Yokoji Fortified Residence (横地氏城館?) 34°43′22″N 138°04′36″E / 34.7227682°N 138.07668005°E / 34.7227682; 138.07668005 (Yokoji-jō site) 2 [7]
Kunōzan
久能山
Kunōzan
Suruga-ku, Shizuoka Famed holy mountain, site of National Treasure Kunōzan Tōshō-gū Haiden of Kunozan Toshogu.jpg 34°57′57″N 138°28′05″E / 34.96594618°N 138.468017°E / 34.96594618; 138.468017 (Kunōzan) 2,3 [8]
Yasumiba Site
休場遺跡
Yasumiba iseki
Numazu 35°10′00″N 138°50′15″E / 35.16679931°N 138.83763049°E / 35.16679931; 138.83763049 (Yasumiba Site) 1 [9]
Former Mitsuke School and Iwate Bunko
旧見付学校附磐田文庫
kyū-Mitsuke Gakkō tsuketari Iwata Bunko
Iwata 34°43′40″N 137°51′25″E / 34.72782908°N 137.85706771°E / 34.72782908; 137.85706771 (Former Mitsuke School and Iwata Bunko) 4 [10]
Kōkuku Castle Site
興国寺城
Kōkoku-jō ato
Numazu Koukokujijou001.jpg 35°08′30″N 138°48′24″E / 35.14162532°N 138.80660207°E / 35.14162532; 138.80660207 (Kōkoku Castle Site) 2 [11]
Gyokusen-ji
玉泉寺
Gyokusenji
Shimoda Site of first American consulate in Japan Gyokusenji temple shimoda 2007-02-24.jpg 34°40′33″N 138°57′44″E / 34.67578076°N 138.96233862°E / 34.67578076; 138.96233862 (Gyokusenji) 9 [12]
Mikuriyama Kofun Cluster
御厨古墳群
Mikuriyama Kofun-gun
Iwata 34°43′11″N 137°53′17″E / 34.71971095°N 137.88814671°E / 34.71971095; 137.88814671 (Mikuriyama Kofun Cluster) 1 [13]
Takatenjin Castle Site
高天神城
Takaten-jō ato
Kakegawa Takatenjin Castle Site.02.jpg 34°41′55″N 138°02′08″E / 34.69848514°N 138.03546792°E / 34.69848514; 138.03546792 (Takatenjin Castle Site) 2 [14]
Mitake Castle Site
三岳城跡
Mitake-jō ato
Hamamatsu 34°51′08″N 137°41′32″E / 34.85225816°N 137.69209782°E / 34.85225816; 137.69209782 (Mitake Castle Site) 2 [15]
Yamanaka Castle Site
山中城跡
Yamanaka-jō ato
Mishima/Kannami Castle ruins from Heian, Kamakura period YamanakaJo ShojiBori.JPG 35°09′25″N 138°59′39″E / 35.15682602°N 138.99426309°E / 35.15682602; 138.99426309 (Yamanaka Castle Site) 2 [16]
Shida District Site
志太郡衙跡
Shida-gun ga-ato
Fujieda Archaeological site with ruins of Nara-period administrative structures 34°51′43″N 138°14′35″E / 34.86200093°N 138.24300569°E / 34.86200093; 138.24300569 (Shida District Site) 2 [17]
Saioku-ji Gardens
柴屋寺庭園
Saiokuji teien
Suruga-ku, Shizuoka also a Place of Scenic Beauty 34°57′22″N 138°19′59″E / 34.95604155°N 138.33311309°E / 34.95604155; 138.33311309 (Saiokuji Gardens) 3 [18]
Ojima Jin'ya Site
小島陣屋跡
Ojima Jin’ya ato
Shimizu-ku, Shizuoka Ruins of an Edo-period fortified daimyō residence Ojima jinya-02.jpg 35°05′03″N 138°30′40″E / 35.08422308°N 138.51100507°E / 35.08422308; 138.51100507 (Ojima Jin'ya Site) 2 [19]
Kamishiroiwa Site
上白岩遺跡
Kamishiroiwa iseki
Izu 34°57′48″N 138°59′03″E / 34.96345668°N 138.9841779°E / 34.96345668; 138.9841779 (Kamishiroiwa Site) 1 [20]
Shinpōinyama Kofun Cluster
新豊院山古墳群
Shinpōinyama kofun-gun
Iwata 34°46′16″N 137°52′26″E / 34.77122107°N 137.87384762°E / 34.77122107; 137.87384762 (Shinpōinyama Kofun Cluster) 1 [21]
Mikomotojima Lighthouse
神子元島灯台
Mikomotojima tōdai
Shimoda Meiji-period lighthouse, one of the first to be built in Japan Mikomotojima-todai.jpg 34°34′30″N 138°56′30″E / 34.57513005°N 138.94166752°E / 34.57513005; 138.94166752 (Mikomotojima Lighthouse) 6 [22]
Suwahara Castle Site
諏訪原城
Suwahara-jō ato
Shimada Suawhara Castle Sannomaru hori.jpg 34°49′04″N 138°07′08″E / 34.81780775°N 138.1187788°E / 34.81780775; 138.1187788 (Suwahara Castle Site) 2 [23]
Sengo Site
千居遺跡
Sengo iseki
Fujinomiya 35°17′29″N 138°35′11″E / 35.29128228°N 138.58642038°E / 35.29128228; 138.58642038 (Sengo Site) 1 [24]
Sengen Kofun
浅間古墳
Sengen kofun
Fuji 35°09′51″N 138°44′48″E / 35.16405641°N 138.74665871°E / 35.16405641; 138.74665871 (Sengen Kofun) 1 [25]
Ōshikakubo Site
大鹿窪遺跡
Ōshikakubo iseki
Fujinomiya 35°14′55″N 138°33′43″E / 35.2486124°N 138.56207868°E / 35.2486124; 138.56207868 (Ōshikakubo Site) 1 [26]
Ōchiwatoge Haiji Site
大知波峠廃寺跡
Ōchiwatoge haiji-ato
Kosai 34°46′55″N 137°29′00″E / 34.78199119°N 137.48340535°E / 34.78199119; 137.48340535 (Ōchiwatoge Haiji Site) 3 [27]
Chōshizuka Kofun
銚子塚古墳附小銚子塚古墳
Chōshizuka Kofun tsuketari Ko-Chōshizuka Kofun
Iwata 34°46′49″N 137°50′21″E / 34.78016199°N 137.83926508°E / 34.78016199; 137.83926508 (Choshizuka Kofun) 1 [28]
Nagahama Castle Site
長浜城
Nagahama-jō ato
Numazu Nagahama castle 20111029.jpg 35°01′05″N 138°53′18″E / 35.01811595°N 138.88826862°E / 35.01811595; 138.88826862 (Nagahama Castle Site) 2, 8 [29]
Horikoshi Gosho Site
伝堀越御所跡
den-Horikoshi Gosho ato
Izunokuni 35°02′54″N 138°56′20″E / 35.04835434°N 138.93894304°E / 35.04835434; 138.93894304 (Horikoshi Gosho Site) 2 [30]
Shimada-juku Ōigawa Ford Site
島田宿大井川川越遺跡
Shimada-juku Ōigawa kagoshi iseki
Shimada Location of noted ford on the Tokaido Shimada-juku2.jpg 34°49′54″N 138°09′22″E / 34.83161225°N 138.15602006°E / 34.83161225; 138.15602006 (Shimada-juku Ōigawa Ford Site) 6 [31]
Tōkaidō Utsunoya Pass
東海道宇津ノ谷峠越
Tōkaidō Utsunoya tōgegoe
Aoi-ku, Shizuoka-Fujieda Remnant of Heian period Tōkaidō, at a location mentioned in courtly poetry Old Tokaido (Utsunoya) 01.jpg 34°56′09″N 138°18′16″E / 34.93596273°N 138.3043506°E / 34.93596273; 138.3043506 (Tōkaidō Utsunoya Pass) 6 [32]
Nirayama Reverberatory Furnace
韮山反射炉
Nirayama hansharo
Izunokuni Reverberatory furnace of Nirayama.jpg 35°02′23″N 138°57′43″E / 35.03966351°N 138.9620459°E / 35.03966351; 138.9620459 (Nirayama Reverberatory Furnace) 6 [33]
Nirayama District Office Site
韮山役所
Nirayama Yakusho-ato
Izunokuni Egawa-tei 20120927 b.jpg 35°03′17″N 138°57′34″E / 35.05481339°N 138.95931618°E / 35.05481339; 138.95931618 (Nirayama District Office Site) 2 [34]
Kashiya Cave Tomb Cluster
柏谷横穴群
Kashiya yokoana-gun
Kannami 35°04′58″N 138°57′34″E / 35.08291294°N 138.95940331°E / 35.08291294; 138.95940331 (Kashiya Cave Tomb Cluster) 1 [35]
Katayama Haiji Site
片山廃寺跡
Katayama Haiji ato
Suruga-ku, Shizuoka Katayama-haiji kondou.JPG 34°57′51″N 138°25′35″E / 34.9641572°N 138.42647549°E / 34.9641572; 138.42647549 (Katayama Haiji Site) 3 [36]
Kitaema Cave Tomb Cluster
北江間横穴群
Kitaema yokoana-gun
Izunokuni 35°03′17″N 138°55′13″E / 35.05467552°N 138.92016292°E / 35.05467552; 138.92016292 (Kitaema Cave Tomb Cluster) 1 [37]
Hōjō Residence Site (Enjō-ji Site)
北条氏邸跡(円成寺跡)
Hōjō-shi-tei (Enjō-ji ato)
Izunokuni 35°02′48″N 138°56′14″E / 35.04675918°N 138.93712905°E / 35.04675918; 138.93712905 (Hōjō Residence Site) 1 [38]
Ryōsen-ji
了仙寺
Ryōsenji
Shimoda site of the signing of the 1858 Harris Treaty Ryosenji temple shimoda 2007-02-24.jpg 34°40′20″N 138°56′30″E / 34.67213599°N 138.94173547°E / 34.67213599; 138.94173547 (Ryōsenji) 9 [39]
Wadaoka Kofun Cluster
和田岡古墳群
Wadaoka kofun-gun
Kakegawa 34°46′40″N 137°57′06″E / 34.77788728°N 137.95157464°E / 34.77788728; 137.95157464 (Wadaoka Kofun Cluster) 1 [40]
Shijimizuka Site
蜆塚遺跡
Shijimiazuka iseki
Naka-ku, Hamamatsu Jomon-period Shell Mound Shijimizuka Ruins (restored houses 1).jpg 34°42′48″N 137°42′11″E / 34.71343945°N 137.70313917°E / 34.71343945; 137.70313917 (Shijimizuka Site) 1 [41]
Shizuhatagayama Kofun
賤機山古墳
Shizuhatayama kofun
Aoi-ku, Shizuoka Kofun-period tomb on grounds of Shizuoka Sengen Shrine Sizuhatayama Kohun 01.jpg 34°58′58″N 138°22′30″E / 34.98285634°N 138.37495077°E / 34.98285634; 138.37495077 (Shizuhatayama Kofun) 1 [42]
Joseon Mission Sites
朝鮮通信使遺跡
Chōsen tsushinshi iseki
Shimizu-ku, Shizuoka the designation includes Seiken-ji (清見寺?), Fukuzen-ji (福禅寺?) in Fukuyama, Hiroshima Prefecture, and Honren-ji (本蓮寺?) in Setouchi, Okayama Prefecture Seikenji and Tōkaidō Line.jpg 35°02′52″N 138°30′46″E / 35.04779561°N 138.51291206°E / 35.04779561; 138.51291206 (Joseon Mission Sites) 9 [43]
Old Hakone Road
箱根旧街道
Hakone kyū-kaidō
Mishima, Kannami stretch of the old Tōkaidō; the designation includes areas of Hakone in Kanagawa Prefecture Old Tokaido -03.jpg 35°11′36″N 139°01′35″E / 35.19331254°N 139.02647902°E / 35.19331254; 139.02647902 (Old Hakone Road) 6 [44]
Mount Fuji
富士山
Fujisan
Fujinomiya,
Susono,
Oyama
the designation includes areas of three municipalities in Yamanashi Prefecture; Mount Fuji is also a Special Place of Scenic Beauty and, as a component of the serial nomination Fujisan, sacred place and source of artistic inspiration, is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List as a Cultural (rather than Natural) Site[5][6] MtFujiTorii.jpg 35°30′36″N 138°44′46″E / 35.51009857°N 138.74597813°E / 35.51009857; 138.74597813 (Mount Fuji) 3 [45]
This list is complete and up-to-date as of 9 August 2014.

Prefectural Historic Sites[edit]

As of 1 May 2014, thirty-four sites have been designated as being of prefectural importance.[4][7]

Site Municipality Comments Image Coordinates Type Ref.
Yonetsuka Kofun Cluster
米塚古墳群
Yonetsuka kofun-gun
Iwata 34°47′04″N 137°50′26″E / 34.784492°N 137.840636°E / 34.784492; 137.840636 (Yonetsuka Kofun Cluster) [46]
Chōja Yashiki Site
長者屋敷遺跡
Chōja yashiki iseki
Iwata 34°46′41″N 137°50′28″E / 34.778051°N 137.841146°E / 34.778051; 137.841146 (Chōja Yashiki Site) [47]
Dokizuka Kofun
土器塚古墳
Dokizuka kofun
Iwata 34°43′11″N 137°50′37″E / 34.719657°N 137.843549°E / 34.719657; 137.843549 (Dokizuka Kofun) [48]
Senyō-ji
撰要寺墓塔群
Senyōji haka-tō-gun
Kakegawa forty-five tō Ōsuga Clan's Graves.jpg 34°41′16″N 137°58′04″E / 34.687821°N 137.967655°E / 34.687821; 137.967655 (Senyōji Tō) [49]
Fukasawa Castle Site
深沢城
Fukasawa-jō ato
Gotemba 35°19′26″N 138°57′21″E / 35.323897°N 138.955883°E / 35.323897; 138.955883 (Fukasawa Castle Site) [50]
Miikedaira Kofun
三池平古墳
Miikedaira kofun
Shizuoka 35°03′11″N 138°28′50″E / 35.053178°N 138.480520°E / 35.053178; 138.480520 (Miikedaira Kofun) [51]
Kamishidoro Old Kiln Site
上志戸呂古窯跡
Kamishidoro ko-yōseki
Shimada 34°51′08″N 138°07′00″E / 34.852085°N 138.116684°E / 34.852085; 138.116684 (Kamishidoro Old Kiln Site) [52]
Tōkaidō Kikugawa Cobblestones
東海道菊川坂石畳
Tōkaidō Kikugawa-saka ishidatami
Shimada 34°48′57″N 138°06′56″E / 34.815953°N 138.115675°E / 34.815953; 138.115675 (Tōkaidō Kikugawa Cobblestones) [53]
Hakuin Ekaku Grave
白隠禅師墓
Hakuin zenshi haka
Numazu 35°07′25″N 138°48′00″E / 35.123559°N 138.799886°E / 35.123559; 138.799886 (Hakuin Ekaku Grave) [54]
Nagatsuka Kofun
長塚古墳
Nagatsuka Kofun
Numazu 35°07′43″N 138°51′26″E / 35.128693°N 138.857177°E / 35.128693; 138.857177 (Nagatsuka Kofun) [55]
Western Shipyard and Lodgings of Yevfimy Putyatin
洋式帆船建造地及び艦長プチャーチン宿所
yōshiki hansen kenzōchi oyobi kanchō Puchāchin shukusho
Numazu 34°58′35″N 138°46′00″E / 34.976353°N 138.766680°E / 34.976353; 138.766680 (Western Shipyard and Lodgings of Yevfimy Putyatin) [56]
Aokozure Pass
青崩峠
Aokozure-tōge
Hamamatsu Aokuzure Pass 001.JPG 35°15′15″N 137°54′38″E / 35.254170°N 137.910562°E / 35.254170; 137.910562 (Aokozure Pass) [57]
Akamonue Kofun
赤門上古墳
Akamonue kofun
Hamamatsu Akamon-kohun-003.jpg 34°47′17″N 137°45′10″E / 34.788092°N 137.752799°E / 34.788092; 137.752799 (Akamonue Kofun) [58]
Inui Castle Site
犬居城跡
Inui-jō ato
Hamamatsu 34°57′43″N 137°53′24″E / 34.961917°N 137.889941°E / 34.961917; 137.889941 (Inui Castle Site) [59]
Saigagake Battlefield
犀ヶ崖古戦場
Saigagake kosenjō
Hamamatsu 34°43′10″N 137°51′05″E / 34.71948542°N 137.85137974°E / 34.71948542; 137.85137974 (Saigagake Battlefield) [60]
Sentōgamine Castle Site
千頭峯城跡
Sentōgamine-jō ato
Hamamatsu 34°49′17″N 137°33′34″E / 34.821281°N 137.559557°E / 34.821281; 137.559557 (Sentōgamine Castle Site) [61]
Takimine Saishirōtani Site
滝峯才四郎谷遺跡
Takimine Saishirōtani iseki
Hamamatsu 34°48′33″N 137°40′39″E / 34.809064°N 137.677424°E / 34.809064; 137.677424 (Takimine Saishirōtani Site) [62]
Nihongayatsu Piled Stone Burial Mounds
二本ヶ谷積石塚
Nihongayatsu miishizuka-gun
Hamamatsu 34°47′37″N 137°45′03″E / 34.793629°N 137.750777°E / 34.793629; 137.750777 (Nihongayatsu Piled Stone Burial Mounds) [63]
Kōmyōsan Kofun
光明山古墳
Kōmyōsan kofun
Hamamatsu 34°52′28″N 137°49′09″E / 34.874419°N 137.819098°E / 34.874419; 137.819098 (Kōmyōsan Kofun) [64]
Ii Jinja Precinct Site
渭伊神社境内遺跡
Ii Jinja keidai ato
Hamamatsu 34°49′58″N 137°39′49″E / 34.832880°N 137.663702°E / 34.832880; 137.663702 (Ii Jinja Precinct Site) [65]
Mount Inochi
大野命山・中新田命山
Ōno Inochi-yama・Nakashinden Inochi-yama
Fukuroi 34°40′43″N 137°56′59″E / 34.678544°N 137.949647°E / 34.678544; 137.949647 (Mount Inochi) [66]
Daimon Ōtsuka Kofun
大門大塚古墳附出土遺物
Daimon Ōtsuka kofun
Fukuroi designation includes 189 excavated artefacts 34°44′30″N 137°55′48″E / 34.741542°N 137.930077°E / 34.741542; 137.930077 (Daimon Ōtsuka Kofun) [67]
Nyakuōji Kofun Cluster
若王子古墳群
Nyakuōji kofun-gun
Fujieda 28 burials 34°52′34″N 138°15′24″E / 34.876179°N 138.256722°E / 34.876179; 138.256722 (Nyakuōji Kofun Cluster) [68]
Iwabuchi Ichirizuka
岩淵の一里塚
Iwabuchi ichirizuka
Fuji 35°08′54″N 138°37′09″E / 35.148310°N 138.619287°E / 35.148310; 138.619287 (Iwabuchi Ichirizuka) [69]
Kotohira Kofun
琴平古墳
Kotohira kofun
Fuji 35°10′10″N 138°44′15″E / 35.169353°N 138.737369°E / 35.169353; 138.737369 (Kotohira Kofun) [70]
Katsumata Castle Site
勝間田城跡
Katsumata-jō ato
Makinohara 34°46′43″N 138°07′36″E / 34.778650°N 138.126801°E / 34.778650; 138.126801 (Katsumata Castle Site) [71]
Mukaiyama Kofun Cluster
向山古墳群
Mukaiyama kofun-gun
Mishima 35°06′23″N 138°56′34″E / 35.106428°N 138.942890°E / 35.106428; 138.942890 (Mukaiyama Kofun Cluster) [72]

Municipal Historic Sites[edit]

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

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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