Hashikura Prefectural Natural Park
|Hashikura Prefectural Natural Park|
|Location||Tokushima Prefecture, Japan|
|Established||1 January 1967|
Hashikura Prefectural Natural Park (箸蔵県立自然公園 Hashikura kenritsu shizen kōen?) is a Prefectural Natural Park in western Tokushima Prefecture, Japan. Established in 1967, the park spans the borders of the municipalities of Miyoshi and Higashimiyoshi. The park encompasses a stretch of the Yoshino River as well as the temples of Hashikura-ji (箸蔵寺?) and Unpen-ji (雲辺寺?), temple 66 on the Shikoku pilgrimage.
- "徳島県の自然公園" [Natural Parks of Tokushima Prefecture] (in Japanese). Tokushima Prefecture. Retrieved 26 June 2012.
- "徳島県自然公園一覧表" [List of Natural Parks in Tokushima Prefecture] (in Japanese). Tokushima Prefecture. Retrieved 26 June 2012.
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