List of Cultural Properties of Uji

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This list is of the Cultural Properties of Japan located within the city of Uji in Kyōto Prefecture.[1]

Statistics[edit]

As of 20 April 2012, 145 Properties have been designated (including nine *National Treasures) and a further 4 Properties registered.[2] Since a single designation or registration may include more than one item, the total number of assets protected and promoted in accordance with the Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties (1950) exceeds the sum of designations and registrations.[1]

Cultural Properties of Japan National Prefectural Municipal Total
Designated Cultural Properties
Tangible Structures (*3) 13 12 5 30
Paintings (*1) 5 3 8
Sculptures (*3) 22 3 35 60
Applied Crafts (*2) 4 1 2 7
Calligraphic works
Classical books
3 6 9
Ancient documents 6 6
Archeological artefacts 3 4 7
Historic materials 1 2 3
Intangible 1 1 2
Folk Tangible
Intangible 1 1
Monuments Historic Sites 3 1 1 5
Places of Scenic Beauty (1) 2 2 (1)
Natural Monuments 1 1
Cultural Landscapes 1 1
Preservation Districts 2 2
Conservation Techniques 1 1
Total 54 31 60 145
Registered Cultural Properties
Tangible Structures 4 4
Works of Art or Craft
Folk Tangible
Monuments Historic Sites
Places of Scenic Beauty
Natural Monuments
Total 4 4

National Treasures (denoted with an asterisk, smaller text, and brackets) are included within the count of Important Cultural Properties; Monuments designated in more than one class (denoted with brackets) are counted once.

Designated Cultural Properties[edit]

Property Owner Date No. of Assets Comments Image Coordinates Type Level Ref.
*Byōdō-in Phoenix Hall
平等院鳳凰堂
Byōdōin Hōōdō
Byōdō-in Heian period
(1053)
4 Byōdō-in is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto (Kyoto, Uji and Otsu Cities)[3] Byodoin Phoenix Hall Uji 10-3R.jpg 34°53′21″N 135°48′28″E / 34.88929886°N 135.80767417°E / 34.88929886; 135.80767417 (Byōdōin Phoenix Hall) Structures National
(NT)
[1]
Byōdō-in Kannondō
平等院観音堂
Byōdōin Kannondō
Byōdō-in early Kamakura period 1 Byodoin Uji Kyoto06s3s4592.jpg 34°53′25″N 135°48′28″E / 34.89015037°N 135.80776282°E / 34.89015037; 135.80776282 (Byōdōin Kannondō) Structures National
(ICP)
[2]
Jōdo-in Yōrin-an Shoin
浄土院養林庵書院
Jōdoin Yōrinan shoin
Jōdo-in Momoyama period 1 Byodoin Uji Kyoto13s3s4410.jpg 34°53′23″N 135°48′18″E / 34.88980853°N 135.80512272°E / 34.88980853; 135.80512272 (Jōdoin Yōrinan Shoin) Structures National
(ICP)
[3]
*Ujigami Jinja Honden
宇治上神社本殿
Ujigami Jinja honden
Ujigami Jinja late Heian period 1 Ujigami Jinja is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto (Kyoto, Uji and Otsu Cities)[3] UjigamiJinja-M1395.jpg 34°53′31″N 135°48′41″E / 34.89207517°N 135.81142019°E / 34.89207517; 135.81142019 (Ujigami Jinja Honden) Structures National
(NT)
[4]
*Ujigami Jinja Haiden
宇治上神社拝殿
Ujigami Jinja haiden
Ujigami Jinja early Kamakura period 1 Ujigami Jinja is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto (Kyoto, Uji and Otsu Cities)[3] UjigamiJinja-M1397.jpg 34°53′31″N 135°48′41″E / 34.89197576°N 135.81130699°E / 34.89197576; 135.81130699 (Ujigami Jinja Haiden) Structures National
(NT)
[5]
Ujigami Jinja Sessha Kasuga Jinja Honden
宇治上神社摂社春日神社本殿
Ujigami Jinja sessha Kasuga Jinja honden
Ujigami Jinja late Kamakura period 1 UjigamiJinja-KasugaShrine-M1385.jpg 34°53′31″N 135°48′42″E / 34.89200261°N 135.81155871°E / 34.89200261; 135.81155871 (Ujigami Jinja Sessha Kasuga Jinja Honden) Structures National
(ICP)
[6]
Uji Jinja Honden
宇治神社本殿
Uji Jinja honden
Uji Jinja late Kamakura period 1 宇治神社 本殿.jpg 34°53′28″N 135°48′39″E / 34.89107759°N 135.81072842°E / 34.89107759; 135.81072842 (Uji Jinja Honden) Structures National
(ICP)
[7]
Ukishima Thirteen-storey Stone Tō
浮島十三重塔
Ukishima jūsanjū-no-tō
Hōjō-in late Kamakura period
(1286)
1 34°53′18″N 135°48′37″E / 34.88830472°N 135.81017834°E / 34.88830472; 135.81017834 (Ukishima Thirteen-storey Stone Tō) Structures National
(ICP)
[8]
Hakusan Jinja Haiden
白山神社拝殿
Hakusan Jinja haiden
Hakusan Jinja late Kamakura period
(1277)
1 34°52′38″N 135°48′46″E / 34.87714578°N 135.81287258°E / 34.87714578; 135.81287258 (Hakusan Jinja Haiden) Structures National
(ICP)
[9]
Jūhachi Jinja Honden
十八神社本殿
Jūhachi Jinja honden
Jūhachi Jinja late Muromachi period
(1487)
1 Mimurotoji5553.JPG 34°54′03″N 135°49′09″E / 34.90073054°N 135.81909485°E / 34.90073054; 135.81909485 (Jūhachi Jinja Honden) Structures National
(ICP)
[10]
Manpuku-ji
萬福寺
Manpukuji
Manpuku-ji Edo period 16 Manpukuji 01.jpg 34°54′50″N 135°48′27″E / 34.91383139°N 135.80761864°E / 34.91383139; 135.80761864 (Manpukuji) Structures National
(ICP)
[11]
Manpuku-ji Shōindō
萬福寺松隠堂
Manpukuji shōindō
Manpuku-ji Edo period 7 34°54′52″N 135°48′23″E / 34.91450514°N 135.80626753°E / 34.91450514; 135.80626753 (Manpukuji Shōindō) Structures National
(ICP)
[12]
Kohata Jinja Honden
許波多神社本殿
Kohata Jinja honden
Kohata Jinja late Muromachi period
(1562)
1 Kohata shrine13.JPG 34°55′02″N 135°47′38″E / 34.91708588°N 135.79400064°E / 34.91708588; 135.79400064 (Kohata Jinja Honden) Structures National
(ICP)
[13]
*Phoenix Hall Wall and Door Paintings
鳳凰堂中堂壁扉画(板絵著色)
Hōōdō chūdō hekihiga (ita-e cho-iro)
Byōdō-in Heian period
(1053)
14 Byodoin Wall Painting CHUHIN-JYOSEI East.JPG Paintings National
(NT)
[14]
Honden Door Paintings
本殿扉絵(板絵著色)
Honden tobira-e (ita-e cho-iro)
Ujigami Jinja late Heian period 4 Ujigami Jinja Honden (tobira-e).jpg Paintings National
(ICP)
[15]
Portrait of Ingen
紙本著色隠元和尚像〈元規筆/〉
shihon choshoku Ingen oshō zō (Genki fude)
Manpuku-ji Edo period 1 colour on paper; by Kita Genki (喜多元規) Portrait of Ingen Ryūki by Kita Genki.jpg Paintings National
(ICP)
[16]
Seated Wooden Statue of Amida Nyorai by Jōchō
木造阿弥陀如来坐像 定朝作
mokuzō Amida Nyorai zazō Jōchō-saku
Byōdō-in Heian period
(1053)
1 Byodoin Monastery Amida of Howodo (313).jpg 34°53′21″N 135°48′28″E / 34.889277°N 135.807672°E / 34.889277; 135.807672 (Seated Wooden Statue of Amida Nyorai by Jōchō) Sculptures National
(NT)
[17]
Wooden Canopy
木造天蓋
mokuzō tengai
Byōdō-in Heian period
(1053)
1 Canopy Phoenix Byodoin.JPG 34°53′21″N 135°48′28″E / 34.889277°N 135.807672°E / 34.889277; 135.807672 (Wooden Canopy) Sculptures National
(NT)
[18]
Bosatsu on Clouds
木造雲中供養菩薩像
mokuzō unchū kuyō bosatsu-zō
Byōdō-in Heian period
(1053)
52 Byodoin bosatsu 7.jpg 34°53′21″N 135°48′28″E / 34.889277°N 135.807672°E / 34.889277; 135.807672 (Bosatsu on Clouds) Sculptures National
(NT)
[19]
*Temple Bell
梵鐘
bonshō
Byōdō-in Heian period 1 now at the Kyoto National Museum BYODOIN BELL.JPG 34°59′24″N 135°46′25″E / 34.98995551°N 135.77351413°E / 34.98995551; 135.77351413 (Byōdōin Temple Bell) Applied
Crafts
National
(NT)
[20]
*Gilt bronze phoenices from the Phoenix Hall
金銅鳳凰(鳳凰堂中堂旧棟飾)
kondō hōō (Hōōdō chūdō kyū-munekazari)
Byōdō-in Heian period 1 pair now at the Kyoto National Museum Phoenix North Byodoin.jpg Phoenix South Byodoin.JPG 34°59′24″N 135°46′25″E / 34.98995551°N 135.77351413°E / 34.98995551; 135.77351413 (Gilt bronze phoenices from the Phoenix Hall) Applied
Crafts
National
(NT)
[21]
Iron half-tongue stirrups with copper-inlaid hōsōge and peacock design
鉄宝相華孔雀銅象嵌半舌鐙
tetsu hōsōge kujaku dōzōgan hanjita abumi
Kohata Jinja Heian period 1 pair Applied
Crafts
National
(ICP)
[22]
Temple Bell
梵鐘
bonshō
Shōmyō-ji early Kamakura period
(1210)
1 34°56′14″N 135°52′21″E / 34.93709522°N 135.8725745°E / 34.93709522; 135.8725745 (Shōmyōji Temple Bell) Applied
Crafts
National
(ICP)
[23]
Fragmentary Stele from Uji Bridge
宇治橋断碑
Uji-bashi danpi
Hōjō-in Asuka period
(646)
1 Ujibashi Danpi.jpg Calligraphic
works
National
(ICP)
[24]
Manpuku-ji Miscellany
黄檗山木額・柱聯・榜牌
Ōbaku-san kigaku chūren bōhai
Manpuku-ji Edo period 97 designation comprises 40 wooden tablets, 44 pillar inscriptions, and 13 plaques Calligraphic
works
National
(ICP)
[25]
Manpuku-ji Miscellany
同下書
dō shitagaki
Manpuku-ji Edo period 14 designation comprises 14 sketches Calligraphic
works
National
(ICP)
[26]
Complete Woodblock Sutras (Tetsugen edition)
鉄眼版一切経版木
Tetsugen-ban issaikyō hangi
Hōzō-in Edo period 48,275 Historic
materials
National
(ICP)
[27]
Woodworking
木工芸
Moku-kōgei
Individual 1 holder of technique: Murayama Akira (村山明) Intangible National [28]
Byōdō-in Gardens
平等院庭園
Byōdōin teien
Byōdō-in 1 also a Place of Scenic Beauty Byodo-in Uji04bs2640.jpg 34°53′21″N 135°48′46″E / 34.88908184°N 135.81272725°E / 34.88908184; 135.81272725 (Byōdōin Gardens) Historic
Sites
National [29]
Hayaagari Tile Kiln Site
隼上り瓦窯跡
Hayaagari kawara kama ato
Uji City 1 34°54′23″N 135°48′35″E / 34.9063243°N 135.80964186°E / 34.9063243; 135.80964186 (Hayaagari Tile Kiln Site) Historic
Sites
National [30]
Uji River Taikō Embankment
宇治川太閤堤跡
Uji-gawa Taikō-zuzumi ato
Uji City 1 34°53′46″N 135°48′18″E / 34.89617091°N 135.8049525°E / 34.89617091; 135.8049525 (Uji River Taikō Embankment) Historic
Sites
National [31]
Cultural Landscape of Uji
宇治の文化的景観
Uji no bunkateki keikan
Uji City 1 Uji bridge2.jpg 34°53′14″N 135°48′30″E / 34.88713734°N 135.80823926°E / 34.88713734; 135.80823926 (Cultural Landscape of Uji) Cultural
Landscapes
National [32]
Kiku-jutsu (modern)
規矩術 (近世規矩)
kiku-jutsu (kinsei-kiku)
Individual 1 for architectural measurement; holder of technique: Mochida Takeo (持田武夫) Conservation
Techniques
National [33]
Mimuroto-ji Hondō
三室戸寺本堂
Mimurotoji Hondō
Mimuroto-ji Edo period
(1814)
1 Mimurotoji5537.JPG 34°54′02″N 135°49′09″E / 34.900473°N 135.819192°E / 34.900473; 135.819192 (Mimurotoji Hondō) Structures Prefectural [34]
Mimuroto-ji Three-storey Pagoda
三室戸寺三重塔
Mimurotoji sanjū-no-tō
Mimuroto-ji Edo period
(1704)
1 Mimurotoji Uji Kyoto Pref10s3s4290.jpg 34°54′01″N 135°49′11″E / 34.900279°N 135.819777°E / 34.900279; 135.819777 (Mimurotoji Three-storey Pagoda) Structures Prefectural [35]
Mimuroto-ji Old Bracket Block
三室戸寺旧鬼斗
Mimurotoji kyū-onito
Mimuroto-ji Edo period 1 Structures Prefectural [36]
Mimuroto-ji Old Tail Rafter
三室戸寺旧尾垂木
Mimurotoji kyū-odaruki
Mimuroto-ji Edo period 1 Structures Prefectural [37]
Mimuroto-ji Old Hondō Kaerumata
三室戸寺旧本堂蟇股
Mimurotoji kyū-hondō kaerumata
Mimuroto-ji Edo period 1 Structures Prefectural [38]
Manpuku-ji Precinct
萬福寺境内
Manpukuji keidai
Manpuku-ji 1 Manpuku sanmon-1.jpg 34°54′51″N 135°48′22″E / 34.914221°N 135.806068°E / 34.914221; 135.806068 (Manpukuji Precinct) Historic
Sites
Prefectural [39]
Kōshō-ji Gardens and Kotosaka
興聖寺庭園および琴坂
Kōshōji teien oyobi Kotosaka
Kōshō-ji 1 Koshoji Uji Kyoto08n4500.jpg 34°53′24″N 135°48′49″E / 34.890028°N 135.813736°E / 34.890028; 135.813736 (Kōshōji Gardens and Kotosaka) Places of
Scenic
Beauty
Prefectural [40]
Yūrin-an Shoin Gardens
養林庵書院庭園
Yūrin-an shoin teien
Yūrin-an 1 34°53′19″N 135°48′25″E / 34.888613°N 135.806985°E / 34.888613; 135.806985 (Yūrin-an Shoin Gardens) Places of
Scenic
Beauty
Prefectural [41]
Jōdo-in Rakan-dō
浄土院羅漢堂
Jōdo-in rakandō
Jōdo-in Edo period
(1640)
1 Byodoin Uji Kyoto11n4592.jpg 34°53′21″N 135°48′25″E / 34.889119°N 135.807063°E / 34.889119; 135.807063 (Jōdo-in Rakan-dō) Structures Municipal [42]

Registered Cultural Properties[edit]

Property Owner Date No. of Assets Comments Image Coordinates Type Level Ref.
Orii Jinja Honden
下居神社本殿
Orii Jinja honden
Orii Jinja Edo period
(1656)
1 34°52′48″N 135°48′04″E / 34.880069°N 135.801047°E / 34.880069; 135.801047 (Orii Jinja Honden) Structures Prefectural [43]
Asakura Jinja Honden
旦椋神社本殿
Asakura Jinja honden
Asakura Jinja Edo period
(1674)
1 34°52′21″N 135°46′30″E / 34.872482°N 135.774912°E / 34.872482; 135.774912 (Asakura Jinja Honden) Structures Prefectural [44]
Mimuroto-ji Amidadō
三室戸寺阿弥陀堂
Mimurotoji Amidadō
Mimuroto-ji Edo period
(1747)
1 Mimuroto-ji Temple - Amida-dô.jpg 34°54′02″N 135°49′09″E / 34.900521°N 135.819195°E / 34.900521; 135.819195 (Mimurotoji Amidadō) Structures Prefectural [45]
Mimuroto-ji Shōrō
三室戸寺鐘楼
Mimurotoji Shōrō
Mimuroto-ji Edo period
(1689)
1 Mimurotoji Uji Kyoto Pref11n4592.jpg 34°54′01″N 135°49′10″E / 34.900345°N 135.819409°E / 34.900345; 135.819409 (Mimurotoji Shōrō) Structures Prefectural [46]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Cultural Properties for Future Generations: Outline of the Cultural Administration of Japan" (PDF). Agency for Cultural Affairs. March 2013. Archived from the original (PDF) on 23 September 2013. Retrieved 6 July 2013. 
  2. ^ 宇治市の文化財 [Cultural Properties of Uji City] (in Japanese). Uji City. 20 April 2012. Retrieved 6 July 2013. 
  3. ^ a b c "Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto (Kyoto, Uji and Otsu Cities)". UNESCO. Retrieved 15 September 2012. 

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