List of Historic Sites of Japan (Tottori)

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

National Historic Sites[edit]

As of 1 August 2014, thirty-two Sites have been designated as being of national significance (including one *Special Historic Site); the San'indō spans the prefectural borders with Shimane.[2][3]

Site Municipality Comments Image Coordinates Type Ref.
*Sainoo Haiji Site
斎尾廃寺跡
Sainoo Haiji ato
Kotoura Sainoo Haiji Ruins.JPG 35°28′54″N 133°42′41″E / 35.48171°N 133.71145°E / 35.48171; 133.71145 (Sainoo Haiji Site) 3 [1]
Amidaji Kofun Cluster
阿弥大寺古墳群
Amidaji kofun-gun
Kurayoshi 35°25′24″N 133°45′13″E / 35.42344°N 133.75369°E / 35.42344; 133.75369 (Amidaji Kofun Cluster) 1 [2]
Ifukibe-no-Tokotari Grave Site
伊福吉部徳足比売墓跡
Ifukibe Tokotari hime no haka ato
Tottori 35°28′54″N 134°16′30″E / 35.48166°N 134.27491°E / 35.48166; 134.27491 (Ifukibe-no-Tokotari Grave Site) 7 [3]
Inaba Provincial Offices Site
因幡国庁跡
Inaba koku-chō ato
Tottori 35°28′31″N 134°15′57″E / 35.47533°N 134.26596°E / 35.47533; 134.26596 (Inaba Provincial Offices Site) 2 [4]
Kajiyama Kofun
梶山古墳
Kajiyama kofun
Tottori painted tomb[4] KajiyamaKohun.jpg 35°27′05″N 134°17′41″E / 35.45151°N 134.29462°E / 35.45151; 134.29462 (Kajiyama Kofun) 1 [5]
Iwai Haiji Pagoda Site
岩井廃寺塔跡
Iwai Haiji tō ato
Iwami 35°33′25″N 134°22′08″E / 35.55693°N 134.36893°E / 35.55693; 134.36893 (Iwai Haiji Pagoda Site) 3 [6]
Hashizu Kofun Cluster
橋津古墳群
Hashizu kofun-gun
Yurihama 35°30′16″N 133°52′55″E / 35.50452°N 133.88194°E / 35.50452; 133.88194 (Hashizu Kofun Cluster) 1 [7]
Mukoeyama Kofun Cluster
向山古墳群
Mukoeyama kofun-gun
Yonago 向山1号墳.JPG 35°30′16″N 133°52′55″E / 35.50452°N 133.88194°E / 35.50452; 133.88194 (Mukoeyama Kofun Cluster) 1 [8]
Mukibanda Site
妻木晩田遺跡
Mukoeyama kofun-gun
Yonago/Daizen Mukianda remains four corners projection grave.jpg 35°27′40″N 133°27′21″E / 35.46115°N 133.45570°E / 35.46115; 133.45570 (Mukibanda Site) 1 [9]
Mount Mitoku
三徳山
Mitoku-san
Misasa also a Place of Scenic Beauty; the Nagaire-dō of Sanbutsu-ji is a National Treasure[5] Japan Tottori MitokuSan Nageiredo DSC01248.jpg 35°23′51″N 133°57′30″E / 35.39752°N 133.95834°E / 35.39752; 133.95834 (Mount Mitoku) 3 [10]
Sanmyōji Kofun
三明寺古墳
Sanmyōji kofun
Kurayoshi 35°26′27″N 133°49′56″E / 35.44096°N 133.83225°E / 35.44096; 133.83225 (Sanmyōji Kofun) 1 [11]
Wakasa Oniga Castle Site
若桜鬼ヶ城
Wakasa Oniga-jō ato
Wakasa Wakasa Onigajo 15.JPG 35°20′17″N 134°23′49″E / 35.33798°N 134.39698°E / 35.33798; 134.39698 (Wakasa Oniga Castle Site) 2 [12]
Kamiyodo Haiji Site
上淀廃寺跡
Kamiyodo Haiji ato
Yonago Tottori Yonago Kamiyodo Haiji 001.jpg 35°27′16″N 133°26′46″E / 35.45456°N 133.44623°E / 35.45456; 133.44623 (Kamiyodo Haiji Site) 3 [13]
Aoyakamiji Site
青谷上寺地遺跡
Aoyakamiji chiiseki
Tottori 35°30′51″N 133°59′35″E / 35.51409°N 133.99294°E / 35.51409; 133.99294 (Aoyakamiji Site) 1 [14]
Aoki Site
青木遺跡
Aoki iseki
Yonago 35°23′52″N 133°22′05″E / 35.39791°N 133.36796°E / 35.39791; 133.36796 (Aoki Site) 1 [15]
Senjōsan Temporary Palace Site
船上山行宮
Senjōsan angū ato
Kotoura 35°25′27″N 133°35′11″E / 35.42419°N 133.58639°E / 35.42419; 133.58639 (Senjōsan Temporary Palace Site) 2, 3 [16]
Ōhara Haiji Pagoda Site
大原廃寺塔跡
Ōhara Haiji tō ato
Kurayoshi 35°25′13″N 133°51′30″E / 35.42021°N 133.85846°E / 35.42021; 133.85846 (Ōhara Haiji Pagoda Site) 3 [17]
Ōmidō Haiji Site
大御堂廃寺跡
Ōmidō Haiji ato
Kurayoshi 35°25′53″N 133°50′18″E / 35.43128°N 133.83840°E / 35.43128; 133.83840 (Ōmidō Haiji Site) 3 [18]
Chizu Road-Shitosaka Pass
智頭往来 志戸坂峠越
Chizu-ōrai Shitosaka-tōgekoe
Chizu Chidu orai10 1920.jpg 35°12′33″N 134°19′43″E / 35.20918°N 134.32871°E / 35.20918; 134.32871 (Chizu Road-Shitosaka Pass) 6 [19]
Tottori Castle Site
鳥取城跡附太閤ヶ平
Tottori-jō ato tsuketari Taikōganaru
Tottori Tottori castle04 2816.jpg 35°30′37″N 134°14′30″E / 35.51029°N 134.24180°E / 35.51029; 134.24180 (Tottori Castle Site) 2 [20]
Tottori Domain Ikeda Clan Graves
鳥取藩主池田家墓所
Tottori-han-shu Ikeda-ke bosho
Tottori Tottori Ikedas Graveyard 02.JPG 35°29′04″N 134°16′10″E / 35.48438°N 134.26957°E / 35.48438; 134.26957 (Tottori Domain Ikeda Clan Graves) 7 [21]
Tottori Domain Battery Sites
鳥取藩台場跡
Tottori-han daiba ato
Sakaiminato, Hokuei, Yurihama, Yonago, Iwami designation includes the sites of the Yura (由良台場跡?), Sakai (境台場跡?), Yodoe (淀江台場跡?), Hashizu (橋津台場跡?), and Uratomi (浦富台場跡?) Batteries 35°30′20″N 133°52′23″E / 35.50550°N 133.87313°E / 35.50550; 133.87313 (Tottori Domain Battery Sites) 2 [22]
Hajimomoi Haiji Site
土師百井廃寺跡
Hajimomoi Haiji ato
Yazu 35°24′26″N 134°13′54″E / 35.40715°N 134.23180°E / 35.40715; 134.23180 (Hajimomoi Haiji Site) 3 [23]
Tochimoto Haiji Site
栃本廃寺跡
Tochimoto Haiji ato
Tottori 35°28′16″N 134°22′15″E / 35.47123°N 134.37083°E / 35.47123; 134.37083 (Tochimoto Haiji Site) 3 [24]
Hōki Ichinomiya Sutra Mound
伯耆一宮経塚
Hōki Ichinomiya kyōzuka
Yurihama excavated artefacts are a National Treasure[6] Shitori-jinja Kyoduka.jpg 35°29′21″N 133°54′14″E / 35.48920°N 133.90385°E / 35.48920; 133.90385 (Hōki Ichinomiya Sutra Mound) 3 [25]
Hōki Provincial Headquarters Sites
伯耆国府跡
Hōki kokufu ato
Kurayoshi designation includes the sites of the Hōki Provincial Offices (国庁跡?), Hokkeji-bata Site (法華寺畑遺跡?), and Funioka Site (不入岡遺跡?) 35°25′55″N 133°47′07″E / 35.43201°N 133.78526°E / 35.43201; 133.78526 (Hōki Provincial Headquarters Sites) 2 [26]
Hōki Kokunbun-ji Site
伯耆国分寺跡
Hōki Kokunbunji ato
Kurayoshi provincial temple of Hōki Province 35°25′57″N 133°47′23″E / 35.43255°N 133.78979°E / 35.43255; 133.78979 (Hōki Kokunbunji Site) 3 [27]
Fuse Kofun
布勢古墳
Fuse kofun
Tottori 35°30′19″N 134°10′38″E / 35.50531°N 134.17724°E / 35.50531; 134.17724 (Fuse Kofun) 1 [28]
Fukuichi Site
福市遺跡
Fukuichi iseki
Yonago 35°24′10″N 133°22′04″E / 35.40285°N 133.36785°E / 35.40285; 133.36785 (Fukuichi Site) 1 [29]
Yonago Castle Site
米子城
Yonago-jō ato
Yonago Yonago Castle 13.JPG 35°25′29″N 133°19′27″E / 35.42482°N 133.32408°E / 35.42482; 133.32408 (Yonago Castle Site) 2 [30]
Kitayama Kofun
北山古墳
Kitayama kofun
Yurihama 35°27′51″N 133°53′04″E / 35.46409°N 133.88444°E / 35.46409; 133.88444 (Kitayama Kofun) 1 [31]
San'indō
山陰道
San'indō
Iwami remains of the Edo-period road; designation includes the Kamō Pass (蒲生峠越?), Toku-jō Pass (徳城峠越?), and Nosaka Pass (野坂峠越?), and an area of Tsuwano in Shimane Prefecture 35°31′23″N 134°24′23″E / 35.52317°N 134.40646°E / 35.52317; 134.40646 (San'indō) 6 [32]
This list is complete and up-to-date as of 4 August 2014.

Prefectural Historic Sites[edit]

As of 1 May 2014, nineteen Sites have been designated as being of prefectural importance.[7][8]

Site Municipality Comments Image Coordinates Type Ref.
Sorayama No. 2 Kofun
空山2号古墳
Sorayama ni-gō kofun
Tottori 35°26′10″N 134°14′31″E / 35.43622°N 134.24190°E / 35.43622; 134.24190 (Sorayama No. 2 Kofun) [33]
Sorayama No. 10 Kofun
空山10号古墳
Sorayama jū-gō kofun
Tottori 35°26′19″N 134°14′31″E / 35.4386°N 134.2419°E / 35.4386; 134.2419 (Sorayama No. 10 Kofun) [34]
Sorayama No. 15 Kofun
空山15号古墳
Sorayama jūgo-gō kofun
Tottori 35°26′20″N 134°14′31″E / 35.4390°N 134.2419°E / 35.4390; 134.2419 (Sorayama No. 15 Kofun) [35]
Sorayama No. 16 Kofun
空山16号古墳
Sorayama jūroku-gō kofun
Tottori 35°26′19″N 134°14′21″E / 35.43852°N 134.23905°E / 35.43852; 134.23905 (Sorayama No. 16 Kofun) [36]
Bōgazuka Kofun
坊ヶ塚古墳
Bōgazuka kofun
Tottori 35°27′00″N 134°14′48″E / 35.44992°N 134.24663°E / 35.44992; 134.24663 (Bōgazuka Kofun) [37]
Yamagahana Kofun
山ヶ鼻古墳
Yamagahana kofun
Tottori 35°29′26″N 134°11′58″E / 35.49053°N 134.19931°E / 35.49053; 134.19931 (Yamagahana Kofun) [38]
Fukuba Kofun
福庭古墳
Fukuba kofun
Kurayoshi 35°27′55″N 133°51′15″E / 35.46518°N 133.85428°E / 35.46518; 133.85428 (Fukuba Kofun) [39]
Sagiyama Kofun
鷺山古墳
Sagiyama kofun
Tottori 35°28′46″N 134°16′45″E / 35.47937°N 134.27913°E / 35.47937; 134.27913 (Sagiyama Kofun) [40]
Akoyama No. 22 Kofun
阿古山22号古墳
Akoyama nijūni-gō kofun
Tottori 35°30′31″N 134°00′43″E / 35.50856°N 134.01181°E / 35.50856; 134.01181 (Akoyama No. 22 Kofun) [41]
Idekamiiwa Kofun
出上岩屋古墳
Idekamiiwa kofun
Kotoura 35°30′08″N 133°37′35″E / 35.50234°N 133.62635°E / 35.50234; 133.62635 (Idekamiiwa Kofun) [42]
Iwayahiraru Kofun
岩屋平ル古墳
Iwayahiraru kofun
Daisen 35°30′10″N 133°35′50″E / 35.50269°N 133.59712°E / 35.50269; 133.59712 (Iwayahiraru Kofun) [43]
Takata No. 26 Tumulus
高田26号墳
Takata nijūroku-gō fun
Daisen 35°28′28″N 133°28′47″E / 35.47449°N 133.47960°E / 35.47449; 133.47960 (Takata No. 26 Tumulus) [44]
Ishizuka Haiji Pagoda Site
石塚廃寺塔跡
Ishizuka Haiji tō ato
Kurayoshi 35°23′52″N 133°46′41″E / 35.39765°N 133.77819°E / 35.39765; 133.77819 (Ishizuka Haiji Pagoda Site) [45]
Tenjinyama Castle Site
天神山城
Tenjinyama-jō ato
Tottori Tenjinyama Castle Yagura.jpg 35°30′35″N 134°10′35″E / 35.50966°N 134.17652°E / 35.50966; 134.17652 (Tenjinyama Castle Site) [46]
Dainichiji Kofun Cluster
大日寺古墓群
Dainichiji kofun-gun
Kurayoshi 35°25′30″N 133°42′39″E / 35.42494°N 133.71078°E / 35.42494; 133.71078 (Dainichiji Kofun Cluster) [47]
Kaneda Tile Kiln Site
金田瓦窯跡
Kaneda kawara kama ato
Nanbu 35°20′53″N 133°22′40″E / 35.34811°N 133.37769°E / 35.34811; 133.37769 (Kaneda Tile Kiln Site) [48]
Futagamiyama Castle Site
二上山城
Futagamiyama-jō ato
Iwami 35°32′25″N 134°19′08″E / 35.54035°N 134.31898°E / 35.54035; 134.31898 (Futagamiyama Castle Site) [49]
Ueshi Castle Site
羽衣石城
Ueshi-jō ato
Yurihama Ueshi castle ishigaki.jpg 35°26′14″N 133°53′54″E / 35.43731°N 133.89846°E / 35.43731; 133.89846 (Ueshi Castle Site) [50]
Nii Mishima Valley Tumulus
新井三嶋谷墳丘墓
Nii Mishima-tani funkyū haka
Iwami 35°33′46″N 134°20′05″E / 35.56281°N 134.33476°E / 35.56281; 134.33476 (Nii Mishima Valley Tumulus) [51]
This list is complete and up-to-date as of 4 August 2014.

Municipal Historic Sites[edit]

As of 1 May 2014, a further one hundred and nineteen Sites have been designated as being of municipal importance.[9]

See also[edit]

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