List of Historic Sites of Japan (Chiba)

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

National Historic Sites[edit]

As of 1 September 2013, twenty-seven sites have been designated as being of national significance.[2][3][4]

Site Municipality Comments Image Coordinates Type Ref.
Atamadai Shell Mound
阿玉台貝塚
Atamadai kaizuka
Katori 35°49′02″N 140°37′40″E / 35.81731706°N 140.62783103°E / 35.81731706; 140.62783103 (Atamadai Shell Mound) 1 652
Inō Tadataka Former Residence
伊能忠敬旧宅
Inō Tadataka kyū-taku
Katori
Inō Tadataka Former Residence
35°53′17″N 140°29′53″E / 35.88813147°N 140.49806815°E / 35.88813147; 140.49806815 (Inō Tadataka Former Residence) 8 640
Inonagawari Site
井野長割遺跡
Inonagawari iseki
Sakura 35°43′46″N 140°08′52″E / 35.72947613°N 140.14782015°E / 35.72947613; 140.14782015 (Inonagawari Site) 1 3416
Ubayama Shell Mound
姥山貝塚
Ubayama kaizuka
Ichikawa
Ubayama Shell Mound
35°44′15″N 139°57′55″E / 35.73758596°N 139.96530883°E / 35.73758596; 139.96530883 (Ubayama Shell Mound) 1 649
Shimōsa Kokubun-ji Site
下総国分寺跡 附 北下瓦窯跡
Shimofusa Kokubunji ato tsuketari kitashita kawara kama ato
Ichikawa provincial temple of Shimōsa Province; designation includes the tile kiln site
Shimōsa Kokubunji Site
35°44′39″N 139°55′09″E / 35.74407714°N 139.91925027°E / 35.74407714; 139.91925027 (Shimōsa Kokubunji Site) 3 650
Shimōsa Kokubunni-ji Site
下総国分尼寺跡
Shimofusa Kokubunniji
Ichikawa provincial nunnery of Shimōsa Province
Shimōsa Kokubunniji Site
35°44′48″N 139°54′47″E / 35.74668751°N 139.91293418°E / 35.74668751; 139.91293418 (Shimōsa Kokubunniji Site) 3 651
Shimōsa Cavalry Horse Site
下総小金中野牧跡
Shimōsa kogane nakanomaki ato
Kamagaya provided horses to meet the military needs of the Tokugawa shogunate[5] 35°46′32″N 139°59′35″E / 35.77551066°N 139.99315933°E / 35.77551066; 139.99315933 (Shimōsa Cavalry Horse Site) 6 00003513
Kasori Shell Mound
加曽利貝塚
Kasori kaizuka
Chiba
Kasori Shell Mound
35°37′24″N 140°09′53″E / 35.62333104°N 140.16481738°E / 35.62333104; 140.16481738 (Kasori Shell Mound) 1 654
Hanawa Shell Mound
花輪貝塚
Hanawa kaizuka
Chiba 35°36′54″N 140°09′39″E / 35.61507349°N 140.16083487°E / 35.61507349; 140.16083487 (Hanawa Shell Mound) 1 00003500
Tsukinoki Shell Mound
月ノ木貝塚
Tsukinoki kaizuka
Chiba 35°35′43″N 140°09′28″E / 35.59532951°N 140.15787079°E / 35.59532951; 140.15787079 (Tsukinoki Shell Mound) 1 656
Arayashiki Shell Mound
荒屋敷貝塚
Arayashiki kaizuka
Chiba 35°37′18″N 140°08′44″E / 35.62166076°N 140.1454994°E / 35.62166076; 140.1454994 (Arayashiki Shell Mound) 1 657
Yamazaki Shell Mound
山崎貝塚
Yamazaki kaizuka
Noda
Yamazaki Shell Mound
35°55′18″N 139°53′39″E / 35.92175118°N 139.89425442°E / 35.92175118; 139.89425442 (Yamazaki Shell Mound) 1 655
Shibayama Kofun Cluster
芝山古墳群
Shibayama kofun-gun
Yokoshibahikari 35°40′51″N 140°25′04″E / 35.68087213°N 140.41775483°E / 35.68087213; 140.41775483 (Shibayama Kofun Cluster) 1 647
Kazusa Kokubun-ji Site
上総国分寺
Kazusa Kokubunji ato
Ichihara provincial temple of Kazusa Province
Kazusa Kokubunji Site
35°29′47″N 140°06′41″E / 35.49637759°N 140.11143845°E / 35.49637759; 140.11143845 (Kazusa Kokubunji Site) 3 650
Kazusa Kokubunni-ji Site
上総国分尼寺跡
Kazusa Kokubunniji ato
Ichihara provincial nunnery of Kazusa Province
Kazusa Kokubunniji Site
35°30′01″N 140°07′05″E / 35.50025882°N 140.11813409°E / 35.50025882; 140.11813409 (Kazusa Kokubunniji Site) 3 660
Soya Shell Mound
曽谷貝塚
Soya kaizuka
Ichikawa 35°44′50″N 139°56′06″E / 35.74712578°N 139.93507591°E / 35.74712578; 139.93507591 (Soya Shell Mound) 1 658
Ōhara Yūgaku Former Residence and Grave
大原幽学遺跡
Ōhara Yūgaku iseki
Asahi 35°46′50″N 140°37′16″E / 35.78056018°N 140.62100978°E / 35.78056018; 140.62100978 (Ōhara Yūgaku Former Residence and Grave) 6, 7, 8 645
Nagara Cave Tomb Cluster
長柄横穴群
Nagara yokoana-gun
Nagara 35°25′58″N 140°14′24″E / 35.43286066°N 140.24013708°E / 35.43286066; 140.24013708 (Nagara Cave Tomb Cluster) 1 661
Dairizuka Kofun
内裏塚古墳
Dairizuka kofun
Futtsu
Dairizuka Kofun
35°19′32″N 139°51′25″E / 35.32553942°N 139.85696926°E / 35.32553942; 139.85696926 (Dairizuka Kofun) 1 3336
Bentenyama Kofun
弁天山古墳
Bentenyama kofun
Futtsu 35°16′54″N 139°51′30″E / 35.28163395°N 139.85823069°E / 35.28163395; 139.85823069 (Bentenyama Kofun) 1 637
Horinouchi Shell Mound
堀之内貝塚
Horinouchi kaizuka
Ichikawa
Horinouchi Shell Mound
35°45′33″N 139°54′38″E / 35.75926273°N 139.9106478°E / 35.75926273; 139.9106478 (Horinouchi Shell Mound) 1 648
Motosakura Castle Site
本佐倉城
Motosakura-jō ato
Sakura, Shisui
Motosakura Castle Site
35°43′43″N 140°15′32″E / 35.72868992°N 140.25890342°E / 35.72868992; 140.25890342 (Motosakura Castle Site) 2 3237
Satomi Clan Castle Sites
里見氏城跡
Satomi-shi shiro ato
Tateyama, Minamibōsō designation includes the sites of Inamura Castle (稲村城跡?) and Okamoto Castle (岡本城跡?) 34°59′15″N 139°54′34″E / 34.98753°N 139.90939°E / 34.98753; 139.90939 (Satomi Clan Castle Sites) 2 00003745
Ryūkaku-ji Precinct Pagoda Foundations
龍角寺境内ノ塔阯
Ryūkakuji keidai no tō-shi
Sakae
Ryūkakuji Precinct Pagoda Foundations
35°50′01″N 140°16′11″E / 35.83357414°N 140.26981709°E / 35.83357414; 140.26981709 (Ryūkakuji Precinct Pagoda Foundations) 3 642
Ryūgakuji Kofun Cluster - Iwaya Kofun
龍角寺古墳群岩屋古墳
Ryūgakuji kofun-gun・Iwaya kofun
Sakae, Narita
Ryūgakuji Kofun Cluster - Iwaya Kofun
35°49′16″N 140°16′38″E / 35.82115464°N 140.2770849°E / 35.82115464; 140.2770849 (Ryūgakuji Kofun Cluster - Iwaya Kofun) 1 643
Yoshibumi Shell Mound
良文貝塚
Yoshibumi kaizuka
Katori
Yoshibumi Shell Mound
35°48′57″N 140°38′29″E / 35.81579081°N 140.64142498°E / 35.81579081; 140.64142498 (Yoshibumi Shell Mound) 1 658
Kotehashi Shell Mound
犢橋貝塚
Kotehashi kaizuka
Chiba
Kotehashi Shell Mound
35°39′50″N 140°05′47″E / 35.66387864°N 140.09625718°E / 35.66387864; 140.09625718 (Kotehashi Shell Mound) 1 659
This list is complete and up-to-date as of September 2013.

Prefectural Historic Sites[edit]

As of 1 May 2013, eighty-one sites have been designated as being of prefectural importance.[4][6]

Municipal Historic Sites[edit]

As of 1 May 2013, a further three hundred and fifty-nine sites have been designated as being of municipal importance.[7]

See also[edit]

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