List of Historic Sites of Japan (Yamanashi)

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

National Historic Sites[edit]

As of 1 August 2014, fifteen sites have been designated as being of national significance, including Mount Fuji which spans the prefectural borders with Shizuoka.[2][3][4]

Site Municipality Comments Image Coordinates Type Ref.
Kinsei Site
金生遺跡
Kinsei iseki
Hokuto Kinsei iseki.JPG 35°50′54″N 138°23′07″E / 35.8482418°N 138.38515463°E / 35.8482418; 138.38515463 (Kinsei Site) 1 [1]
Midai River Old Embankments
御勅使川旧堤防
Midai gawa kyū-teibō iseki
Nirasaki, Minami-Alps begun by Takeda Shingen[5] Shirane-shougigashira.JPG 35°39′13″N 138°25′00″E / 35.65357949°N 138.41678553°E / 35.65357949; 138.41678553 (Midai River Old Embankments) 6 [2]
Kaikinzan Gold Mining Sites
甲斐金山遺跡
Kaikinzan iseki
Kōshū, Minobu the designation includes Kurokawa Kinzan (黒川金山?) and Nakayama Kinzan (中山金山?); the latter comprises some 124 terrace mines, 16 tunnel mines, and 77 pit mines over an area of 16.4 ha, exploitation being first documented under the Takeda clan in 1571[6] 35°47′20″N 138°50′42″E / 35.78888463°N 138.84504003°E / 35.78888463; 138.84504003 (Kaikinzan Gold Mining Sites) 6 [3]
Kai Kokubun-ji Site
甲斐国分寺跡
Kai Kokubunji ato
Fuefuki provincial temple of Kai Province 甲斐国分寺跡 塔跡.jpg 35°38′19″N 138°41′01″E / 35.63849269°N 138.68352562°E / 35.63849269; 138.68352562 (Kai Kokubunji Site) 3 [4]
Kai Kokubunni-ji Site
甲斐国分寺
Kai Kokubunniji ato
Fuefuki provincial nunnery of Kai Province 甲斐国分尼寺跡 金堂跡.jpg 35°38′36″N 138°41′02″E / 35.64341801°N 138.68391989°E / 35.64341801; 138.68391989 (Kai Kokubunniji Site) 3 [5]
Katsunuma Residence Site
勝沼氏館
Katsunuma-shi yakata ato
Kōshū Sengoku-period residence 勝沼氏館.jpg 35°39′32″N 138°44′00″E / 35.65899888°N 138.73334079°E / 35.65899888; 138.73334079 (Katsunuma Residence Site) 2 [6]
Shinpu Castle Site
新府城
Shinpu-jō ato
Nirasaki Shinpu Castle Umadashi Hori.jpg 35°44′09″N 138°25′31″E / 35.73590567°N 138.42523129°E / 35.73590567; 138.42523129 (Shinpu Castle Site) 2 [7]
Yato Castle Site
谷戸城
Yato-jō ato
Ōizumi 35°51′25″N 138°23′10″E / 35.85692212°N 138.38609036°E / 35.85692212; 138.38609036 (Yato Castle Site) 2 [8]
Chōshizuka Kofun, Maruyamazuka Kofun
銚子塚古墳附丸山塚古墳
Chōshizuka kofun tsuketari Maruyamazuka kofun
Kōfu Maruyamazuka-kofun.JPG 35°35′33″N 138°34′45″E / 35.59258276°N 138.57906576°E / 35.59258276; 138.57906576 (Chōshizuka Kofun, Maruyamazuka Kofun) 1 [9]
Hakusan Castle Site
白山城
Hakusan-jō ato
Nirasaki 35°42′04″N 138°25′21″E / 35.7010523°N 138.42263458°E / 35.7010523; 138.42263458 (Hakusan Castle Site) 2 [10]
Takeda Residence Site
武田氏館
Takeda-shi yakata ato
Kōfu 躑躅ヶ崎館.jpg 35°41′12″N 138°34′39″E / 35.68670585°N 138.57749034°E / 35.68670585; 138.57749034 (Takeda Residence Site) 2 [11]
Mount Yogai
要害山
Yōgaizan
Kōfu site of Yōgaiyama Castle, built by Takeda Nobutora in 1519 and destroyed in 1592 Mt.Yogai Kofu city.JPG 35°42′11″N 138°35′54″E / 35.70316571°N 138.59833067°E / 35.70316571; 138.59833067 (Yōgaizan) 2 [12]
Ōmaruyama Kofun
要害山
Ōmaruyama kofun
Kōfu 35°35′36″N 138°34′49″E / 35.593237°N 138.580379°E / 35.593237; 138.580379 (Ōmaruyama Kofun) 1 [13]
Umenoki Site
梅之木遺跡
Umenoki iseki
Hokuto 35°47′22″N 138°27′48″E / 35.789481°N 138.463397°E / 35.789481; 138.463397 (Umenoki Site) 2 [14]
Mount Fuji
富士山
Fujisan
Fujiyoshida, Fujikawaguchiko, Narusawa the designation includes areas of three municipalities in Shizuoka Prefecture; Mount Fuji is also a Special Place of Scenic Beauty and has been inscribed on the World Heritage List as a Cultural (rather than Natural) Site[7][8] MtFujiTorii.jpg 35°30′36″N 138°44′46″E / 35.51009857°N 138.74597813°E / 35.51009857; 138.74597813 (Mount Fuji) 3 [15]
This list is complete and up-to-date as of 7 August 2014.

Prefectural Historic Sites[edit]

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

Site Municipality Comments Image Coordinates Type Ref.
Takeda Nobutora Grave
武田信虎の墓
Takeda Nobutora no haka
Kōfu at Daisen-ji (大泉寺?) Daisenji.jpg 35°40′37″N 138°34′51″E / 35.677°N 138.580844°E / 35.677; 138.580844 (Takeda Nobutora Grave) [16]
Lady Sanjō Grave
武田晴信室三条氏墓
Takeda Harunobu no bushitsu Sanjō-shi no haka
Kōfu wife of Takeda Harunobu; at Engō-in (円光院?) 35°40′58″N 138°35′14″E / 35.682712°N 138.587251°E / 35.682712; 138.587251 (Lady Sanjō Grave) [17]
Kamunazuka
加牟那塚
Kamunazuka
Kōfu Kannaduka-Kofun,huge tomb. Kofu-city.JPG 35°41′05″N 138°32′37″E / 35.684629°N 138.543649°E / 35.684629; 138.543649 (Kamunazuka) [18]
Kōfu Castle Site
甲府城跡
Kōfu-jō ato
Kōfu Kohu-jo.jpg 35°39′55″N 138°34′17″E / 35.665176°N 138.571458°E / 35.665176; 138.571458 (Kōfu Castle Site) [19]
Kōfu Castle Atago-yama Stone Quarry Site
甲府城愛宕山石切場跡
Kōfu-jō Atago-yama ishikiriba ato
Kōfu 35°40′01″N 138°34′29″E / 35.666859°N 138.574644°E / 35.666859; 138.574644 (Kōfu Castle Atago-yama Stone Quarry Site) [20]
Takeda Harunobu Grave
武田晴信の墓
Takeda Harunobu no haka
Kōshū at Erin-ji (恵林寺?) Grave of Takeda Shingen in Erinji.JPG 35°43′48″N 138°42′50″E / 35.729978°N 138.713819°E / 35.729978; 138.713819 (Takeda Harunobu Grave) [21]
Ozo Yashiki
於曽屋敷
Ozo yashiki
Kōshū Remains of an ancient structure of Ozoyashiki-house.JPG 35°42′11″N 138°43′56″E / 35.703163°N 138.732358°E / 35.703163; 138.732358 (Ozo Yashiki) [22]
Katsuyama Castle Site
勝山城
Katsuyama-jō ato
Tsuru 勝山城 (甲斐国都留郡).jpg 35°33′16″N 138°54′14″E / 35.554444°N 138.903889°E / 35.554444; 138.903889 (Katsuyama Castle Site) [23]
Renpō Yashiki
連方屋敷
Renpō yashiki
Yamanashi Renpo Yashiki Views of north side direction.JPG 35°41′36″N 138°42′17″E / 35.693334°N 138.704812°E / 35.693334; 138.704812 (Renpō Yashiki) [24]
Iwatono Castle Site
岩殿城
Iwatono-jō ato
Ōtsuki IwadonoYama2004.jpg 35°37′18″N 138°57′00″E / 35.621586°N 138.949864°E / 35.621586; 138.949864 (Iwatono Castle Site) [25]
Monomizuka Kofun
物見塚古墳
Monomizuka kofun
Minami-Alps 35°35′59″N 138°27′19″E / 35.599764°N 138.455167°E / 35.599764; 138.455167 (Monomizuka Kofun) [26]
Kochōzen-ji
古長禅寺
Kochōzenji
Minami-Alps 古長禅寺DVC00093.JPG 35°35′47″N 138°28′13″E / 35.596422°N 138.470297°E / 35.596422; 138.470297 (Kochōzenji) [27]
Takeda Katsuyori Grave
武田勝頼の墓
Takeda Katsuyori no haka
Kōshū at Keitoku-in (景徳院?) Grave of Takeda Katsuyori.JPG 35°38′28″N 138°48′13″E / 35.641°N 138.803733°E / 35.641; 138.803733 (Takeda Katsuyori Grave) [28]
Keitoku-in Precinct
景徳院境内
Keitokuin keidai
Kōshū The area of Keitokuin temple.JPG 35°38′28″N 138°48′12″E / 35.641019°N 138.803466°E / 35.641019; 138.803466 (Keitokuin Precinct) [29]
Hatta Family Residence
八田家御朱印屋敷
Hatta-ke goshuin yashiki
Fuefuki Hattake-Shoin.jpg 35°39′15″N 138°38′28″E / 35.654131°N 138.6411°E / 35.654131; 138.6411 (Hatta Family Residence) [30]
Ubazuka Kofun
姥塚古墳
Ubazuka kofun
Fuefuki 35°38′05″N 138°39′30″E / 35.634767°N 138.658469°E / 35.634767; 138.658469 (Ubazuka Kofun) [31]
Kyōzuka Kofun
経塚古墳
Kyōzuka kofun
Fuefuki Kyozuka-kofun Old tomb at Fuefuki-city.JPG 35°38′20″N 138°40′39″E / 35.638944°N 138.677472°E / 35.638944; 138.677472 (Kyōzuka Kofun) [32]
Okachōshizuka Kofun
岡銚子塚古墳
Okachōshizuka kofun
Fuefuki 35°36′01″N 138°38′39″E / 35.600299°N 138.644156°E / 35.600299; 138.644156 (Okachōshizuka Kofun) [33]
Teramoto Haiji Site
寺本廃寺
Teramoto Haiji iseki
Fuefuki Excavations of temple of Teramoto 2011-Apr.JPG 35°39′54″N 138°39′18″E / 35.665094°N 138.655031°E / 35.665094; 138.655031 (Teramoto Haiji) [34]
Ryūzuka Kofun
竜塚古墳
Ryūzuka kofun
Fuefuki Ryuzuka-Kofun Old tomb Fuefuki -City.JPG 35°36′04″N 138°38′15″E / 35.601137°N 138.637590°E / 35.601137; 138.637590 (Ryūzuka Kofun) [35]
Ōzuka Kofun
大塚古墳
Ōzuka kofun
Ichikawamisato 35°34′29″N 138°32′22″E / 35.574630°N 138.539422°E / 35.574630; 138.539422 (Ōzuka Kofun) [36]
Nichiren Hermitage Site
日蓮上人草庵跡
Nichiren shōnin sōan ato
Minobu at Kuon-ji 35°22′55″N 138°25′29″E / 35.381921°N 138.424843°E / 35.381921; 138.424843 (Nichiren Hermitage Site) [37]
Majino Castle Site
真篠城跡
Majino-jō ato
Nanbu 35°15′09″N 138°28′34″E / 35.252406°N 138.476138°E / 35.252406; 138.476138 (Majino Castle Site) [38]
Nakamagizuka Kofun
中秣塚古墳
Nakamagizuka kofun
Kai Nakamakizuka Kohun.JPG 35°40′31″N 138°30′14″E / 35.675357°N 138.503952°E / 35.675357; 138.503952 (Nakamagizuka Kofun) [39]
Tengusawa Tile Kiln Site
天狗沢瓦窯跡
Tengusawa gayō ato
Kai The ruins of the remains of Tengusawa Gayoseki tile kiln.JPG 35°41′29″N 138°31′01″E / 35.691402°N 138.517014°E / 35.691402; 138.517014 (Tengusawa Tile Kiln Site) [40]
Fukakusa Residence Site
深草館跡
Fukakusa kan-seki
Hokuto 35°49′54″N 138°23′08″E / 35.831558°N 138.385656°E / 35.831558; 138.385656 (Fukakusa Residence Site) [41]
Koizuka Ichirizuka
恋塚一里塚
Koizuka ichirizuka
Uenohara Koizuka Ichirizuka -01.jpg 35°37′34″N 139°02′03″E / 35.626235°N 139.034300°E / 35.626235; 139.034300 (Koizuka Milestone) [42]
Yōjuin Grave
徳川家康側室養珠院墓所
Tokugawa Ieyasu sokushitsu Yōjuin bosho
Minobu Yōjuin (養珠院?) was the concubine of Tokugawa Ieyasu; at Honnon-ji (本遠寺?) 35°21′45″N 138°26′46″E / 35.362556°N 138.446222°E / 35.362556; 138.446222 (Yōjuin Grave) [43]
This list is complete and up-to-date as of 7 August 2014.

Municipal Historic Sites[edit]

As of 1 May 2014, a further one hundred and ninety-two sites have been designated as being of municipal importance.[4][10]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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