List of Historic Sites of Japan (Kanagawa)

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

National Historic Sites[edit]

As of 1 December 2014, sixty-one sites have been designated as being of national significance, including the Old Hakone Road, which spans the prefectural borders with Shizuoka.[2][3]

Site Municipality Comments Image Coordinates Type Ref.
Isehara Hachimandai Stone Age Dwelling Site
伊勢原八幡台石器時代住居跡
Isehara Hachimandai sekki-jidai jūkyo ato
Isehara 35°23′20″N 139°18′31″E / 35.38893842°N 139.30849847°E / 35.38893842; 139.30849847 (Isehara Hachimandai Stone Age Dwelling Site) 1 792
Isshōmasu Site
一升桝遺跡
Isshōmasu iseki
Kamakura earthworks beside the road, half a kilometre from Gokuraku-ji[4] 35°18′53″N 139°31′39″E / 35.3146051°N 139.52758283°E / 35.3146051; 139.52758283 (Isshōmasu Site) 2, 6 00003514
Inamuragasaki
稲村ヶ崎 (新田義貞徒渉伝説地)
Inamuragasaki
Kamakura said to have been the route of Nitta Yoshisada for the Siege of Kamakura (1333)
Inamuragasaki
35°18′07″N 139°31′32″E / 35.30199813°N 139.52549508°E / 35.30199813; 139.52549508 (Inamuragasaki) 8 790
Egara Tenjin Shrine Precinct
荏柄天神社境内
Egara Tenjin-sha keidai
Kamakura submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Temples, Shrines and other structures of Ancient Kamakura;[5][6] the ICP honden dates to 1316[7]
Egara Tenjin Shrine Precinct
35°19′33″N 139°33′52″E / 35.32592137°N 139.56436886°E / 35.32592137; 139.56436886 (Egara Tenjin Shrine Precinct) 3 00003454
Yōfuku-ji Site
永福寺跡
Yōfukuji ato
Kamakura submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Temples, Shrines and other structures of Ancient Kamakura[5][6]
Yōfukuji Site
35°19′38″N 139°34′08″E / 35.32731805°N 139.56881901°E / 35.32731805; 139.56881901 (Yōfukuji Site) 3 804
Engaku-ji Precinct
円覚寺境内
Engakuji keidai
Kamakura submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Temples, Shrines and other structures of Ancient Kamakura[5][6]
Engakuji Precinct
35°20′16″N 139°32′52″E / 35.33790762°N 139.5478108°E / 35.33790762; 139.5478108 (Engakuji Precinct) 3 808
Engaku-ji Gardens
円覚寺庭園
Engakuji teien
Kamakura also a Place of Scenic Beauty; submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Temples, Shrines and other structures of Ancient Kamakura[5][6]
Engakuji Gardens
35°20′12″N 139°32′43″E / 35.33677183°N 139.54539308°E / 35.33677183; 139.54539308 (Engakuji Gardens) 8 788
Kewaizaka Pass
仮粧坂
Kehaizaka
Kamakura submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Temples, Shrines and other structures of Ancient Kamakura[5][6]
Kewaizaka Pass
35°19′37″N 139°32′44″E / 35.32695051°N 139.54566391°E / 35.32695051; 139.54566391 (Kewaizaka Pass) 6 814
Natsushima Shell Mound
夏島貝塚
Natsushima kaizuka
Yokosuka 35°19′21″N 139°38′58″E / 35.32236445°N 139.64956105°E / 35.32236445; 139.64956105 (Natsushima Shell Mound) 1 817
Kakuon-ji Precinct
覚園寺境内
Kakuonji keidai
Kamakura submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Temples, Shrines and other structures of Ancient Kamakura[5][6]
Kakuonji Precinct
35°19′59″N 139°33′49″E / 35.33298577°N 139.56353313°E / 35.33298577; 139.56353313 (Kakuonji Precinct) 3 809
Kamakura Daibutsuden Site
鎌倉大仏殿跡
Kamakura daibutsuden ato
Kamakura submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Temples, Shrines and other structures of Ancient Kamakura[5][6]
Kamakura Daibutsuden Site
35°19′00″N 139°32′09″E / 35.31673435°N 139.53571041°E / 35.31673435; 139.53571041 (Kamakura Daibutsuden Site) 3 3385
Kamegayatsuzaka Pass
亀ヶ谷坂
Kamegayatsuzaka
Kamakura submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Temples, Shrines and other structures of Ancient Kamakura[5][6]
Kamegayatsuzaka Pass
35°19′51″N 139°33′01″E / 35.33076405°N 139.55038805°E / 35.33076405; 139.55038805 (Kamegayatsuzaka Pass) 6 812
Former Yokohama Specie Bank Head Office
旧横浜正金銀行本店
kyū-Yokohama Shōkin Ginkō honten kaizuka
Yokohama established in 1880, the ICP honkan (main building) dates to 1904 and is used for the Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Cultural History[8]
Former Yokohama Specie Bank Head Office
35°26′57″N 139°38′11″E / 35.449059°N 139.636307°E / 35.449059; 139.636307 (Former Yokohama Specie Bank Head Office) 6 824
Former Sagami River Pier
旧相模川橋脚
kyū-Sagami-gawa kyōkyaku
Chigasaki
Former Sagami River Pier
35°19′55″N 139°23′04″E / 35.33198299°N 139.38441004°E / 35.33198299; 139.38441004 (Former Sagami River Pier) 6 777
Kobukurozaka Pass
巨福呂坂
Kobukurozaka
Kamakura
Kobukurozaka Pass
35°19′39″N 139°33′16″E / 35.32739418°N 139.55455648°E / 35.32739418; 139.55455648 (Kobukurozaka Pass) 6 813
Gokuraku-ji Precinct - Tomb of Ninshō
極楽寺境内・忍性墓
Gokurakuji keidai・Ninshō no haka
Kamakura submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Temples, Shrines and other structures of Ancient Kamakura[5][6]
Gokurakuji Precinct - Tomb of Ninshō
35°18′36″N 139°31′44″E / 35.3100966°N 139.52880202°E / 35.3100966; 139.52880202 (Gokurakuji Precinct - Tomb of Ninshō) 7 781
Kenchō-ji Precinct
建長寺境内
Kenchōji keidai
Kamakura submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Temples, Shrines and other structures of Ancient Kamakura[5][6]
Kenchōji Precinct
35°19′54″N 139°33′17″E / 35.33160435°N 139.55467388°E / 35.33160435; 139.55467388 (Kenchōji Precinct) 3 805
Kenchō-ji Gardens
建長寺庭園
Kenchōji teien
Kamakura also a Place of Scenic Beauty; submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Temples, Shrines and other structures of Ancient Kamakura[5][6]
Kenchōji Gardens
35°19′56″N 139°33′20″E / 35.33218681°N 139.55554868°E / 35.33218681; 139.55554868 (Kenchōji Gardens) 8 787
Moto-Hakone Stone Buddhas
元箱根石仏群
Moto-Hakone sekibutsu
Hakone designation includes three gorintō, one dating to 1295, and a hōkyōintō of 1296; the ICP sculptures date from the late C13/early C14[9][10][11]
Moto-Hakone Stone Buddhas
35°13′02″N 139°02′19″E / 35.21714185°N 139.03863773°E / 35.21714185; 139.03863773 (Moto-Hakone Stone Buddhas) 3 797
Goryōgaidai Shell Mound
五領ヶ台貝塚
Goryōgaidai kaizuka
Hiratsuka 35°21′16″N 139°18′02″E / 35.35437008°N 139.300568°E / 35.35437008; 139.300568 (Goryōgaidai Shell Mound) 1 818
Grave of William Adams
三浦安針墓
Miura Anjin no haka
Yokosuka 35°16′45″N 139°38′27″E / 35.27911496°N 139.64084299°E / 35.27911496; 139.64084299 (Grave of William Adams) 7 774
Santonodai Site
三殿台遺跡
Santonodai iseki
Yokohama
Santonodai Site
35°25′14″N 139°36′39″E / 35.42065195°N 139.61075656°E / 35.42065195; 139.61075656 (Santonodai Site) 1 802
Wakamiya Ōji
若宮大路
Wakamiya Ōji
Kamakura submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Temples, Shrines and other structures of Ancient Kamakura[5][6]
Wakamiya Ōji
35°18′58″N 139°33′01″E / 35.31612247°N 139.55027298°E / 35.31612247; 139.55027298 (Wakamiya Ōji) 3, 6 793
Jufuku-ji Precinct
寿福寺境内
Jufukuji keidai
Kamakura submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Temples, Shrines and other structures of Ancient Kamakura[5][6]
Jufukuji Precinct
35°19′27″N 139°32′57″E / 35.32417515°N 139.54924252°E / 35.32417515; 139.54924252 (Jufukuji Precinct) 3 801
Akibayama Kofun Cluster
秋葉山古墳群
Akibayama kofun-gun
Ebina
Akibayama Kofun Cluster
35°28′12″N 139°24′15″E / 35.47004387°N 139.4041932°E / 35.47004387; 139.4041932 (Akibayama Kofun Cluster) 1 00003453
Katsusaka Site
勝坂遺跡
Katsusaka iseki
Sagamihara
Katsusaka Site
35°30′32″N 139°23′18″E / 35.50889722°N 139.38826591°E / 35.50889722; 139.38826591 (Katsusaka Site) 1 819
Odawara Castle Site
小田原城跡
Odawara-jō ato
Odawara
Odawara Castle Site
35°15′03″N 139°09′13″E / 35.25069544°N 139.1535599°E / 35.25069544; 139.1535599 (Odawara Castle Site) 2 794
Shōmyō-ji Precinct
称名寺境内
Shōmyōji keidai
Yokohama submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Temples, Shrines and other structures of Ancient Kamakura[5][6]
Shōmyōji Precinct
35°20′38″N 139°37′49″E / 35.34401438°N 139.63033998°E / 35.34401438; 139.63033998 (Shōmyōji Precinct) 3 773
Jōkōmyō-ji Precinct - Grave of Reizei Tamesuke
浄光明寺境内・冷泉為相
Jōkōmyōji keidai・Reizeni Tamesuke haka
Kamakura submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Temples, Shrines and other structures of Ancient Kamakura[5][6]
Jōkōmyōji Precinct
35°19′37″N 139°33′05″E / 35.32698816°N 139.55137061°E / 35.32698816; 139.55137061 (Jōkōmyōji Precinct) 3, 7 780
Jōchi-ji Precinct
浄智寺境内
Jōchiji keidai
Kamakura
Jōchiji Precinct
35°20′00″N 139°32′48″E / 35.33345466°N 139.54661145°E / 35.33345466; 139.54661145 (Jōchiji Precinct) 3 800
Jōmyō-ji Precinct
浄妙寺境内
Jōmyōji keidai
Kamakura
Jōmyōji Precinct
35°19′21″N 139°34′16″E / 35.32257345°N 139.57111023°E / 35.32257345; 139.57111023 (Jōmyōji Precinct) 3 806
Kanzaki Site
神崎遺跡
Kanzaki iseki
Ayase
Kanzaki Site
35°24′37″N 139°24′26″E / 35.41024387°N 139.40715118°E / 35.41024387; 139.40715118 (Kanzaki Site) 1 00003699
Zuisen-ji Precinct
瑞泉寺境内
Zuisenji keidai
Kamakura submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Temples, Shrines and other structures of Ancient Kamakura[5][6]
Zuisenji Precinct
35°19′21″N 139°34′16″E / 35.32257345°N 139.57111023°E / 35.32257345; 139.57111023 (Zuisenji Precinct) 3 815
Suara Stone Age Site
寸沢嵐石器時代遺跡
Suara shisekki-jidai iseki
Sagamihara 35°36′00″N 139°13′24″E / 35.59995902°N 139.22343084°E / 35.59995902; 139.22343084 (Suara Stone Age Site) 1 785
Mount Ishigaki
石垣山
Ishigaki-yama
Odawara 35°14′08″N 139°07′39″E / 35.23545028°N 139.12745228°E / 35.23545028; 139.12745228 (Mount Ishigaki) 2 799
Kawajiri Stone Age Site
川尻石器時代遺跡
Kawajiri shisekki-jidai iseki
Sagamihara 35°35′30″N 139°18′01″E / 35.5915723°N 139.30018766°E / 35.5915723; 139.30018766 (Kawajiri Stone Age Site) 1 786
Sagami Kokubun-ji Site
相模国分寺
Sagami Kokubunji ato
Ebina provincial temple of Sagami Province
Sagami Kokubunji Site
35°27′16″N 139°23′52″E / 35.45443278°N 139.39780691°E / 35.45443278; 139.39780691 (Sagami Kokubunji Site) 3 771
Sagami Kokubunni-ji Site
相模国分尼寺
Sagami Kokubunniji ato
Ebina provincial nunnery of Sagami Province
Sagami Kokubunniji Site
35°27′38″N 139°23′53″E / 35.46047584°N 139.39806854°E / 35.46047584; 139.39806854 (Sagami Kokubunniji Site) 3 825
Ōmachi Shakadō Pass Site
大町釈迦堂口遺跡
Ōmachi Shakado-guchi iseki
Kamakura
Ōmachi Shakadō Pass Site
35°19′02″N 139°33′54″E / 35.31725805°N 139.56498735°E / 35.31725805; 139.56498735 (Ōmachi Shakadō Pass Site) 3 00003681
Ōtsuka-Saikachido Site
大塚・歳勝土遺跡
Ōtsuka-Saikachido iseki
Yokohama
Ōtsuka-Saikachido Site
35°33′02″N 139°34′50″E / 35.55066428°N 139.58062308°E / 35.55066428; 139.58062308 (Ōtsuka-Saikachido Site) 1 823
Daibutsu Pass
大仏切通
Daibutsu kiridōshi
Kamakura submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Temples, Shrines and other structures of Ancient Kamakura[5][6]
Daibutsu Pass
35°19′38″N 139°31′59″E / 35.32709408°N 139.53318115°E / 35.32709408; 139.53318115 (Daibutsu Pass) 6 820
Asaina Pass
朝夷奈切通
Asaina kiridōshi
Kamakura submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Temples, Shrines and other structures of Ancient Kamakura[5][6]
Asaina Pass
35°19′51″N 139°35′28″E / 35.33076405°N 139.59105875°E / 35.33076405; 139.59105875 (Asaina Pass) 6 811
Nagaesakurayama Kofun Cluster
長柄桜山古墳群
Nagaesakurayama kofun-gun
Zushi, Hayama
Nagaesakurayama Kofun Cluster
35°17′14″N 139°35′05″E / 35.28711559°N 139.58482271°E / 35.28711559; 139.58482271 (Nagaesakurayama Kofun Cluster) 1 3351
Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gū Precinct
鶴岡八幡宮境内
Tsurugaoka Hachimangū keidai
Kamakura submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Temples, Shrines and other structures of Ancient Kamakura[5][6]
Tsurugaoka Hachimangū Precinct
35°19′31″N 139°33′21″E / 35.32529159°N 139.5559293°E / 35.32529159; 139.5559293 (Tsurugaoka Hachimangū Precinct) 3 807
Grave of Uesugi Norikata
上杉憲方
den-Uesugi Norikata no haka
Kamakura
Grave of Uesugi Norikata
35°18′34″N 139°31′47″E / 35.30952262°N 139.52962639°E / 35.30952262; 139.52962639 (Grave of Uesugi Norikata) 7 782
Tanamukaihara Site
田名向原遺跡
Tanamukaihara iseki
Sagamihara 35°31′46″N 139°21′18″E / 35.52930989°N 139.35507767°E / 35.52930989; 139.35507767 (Tanamukaihara Site) 1 3244
Tōshō-ji Site
東勝寺跡
Tōshōji ato
Kamakura submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Temples, Shrines and other structures of Ancient Kamakura[5][6]
Tōshōji Site
35°19′14″N 139°33′35″E / 35.32065359°N 139.55969649°E / 35.32065359; 139.55969649 (Tōshōji Site) 2, 3 3213
Fujisawa Memorial Tower to Friends and Foe

Fujisawa tekimikata kuyōtō
Fujisawa erected to commemorate those who fell in the Uesugi Zenshū Rebellion (上杉禅秀の乱?) of Ōei 23 (1416); on the grounds of Shōjōkō-ji (清浄光寺?)[12]
Fujisawa Memorial Tower to Friends and Foe
35°20′51″N 139°29′19″E / 35.34760627°N 139.48867362°E / 35.34760627; 139.48867362 (Fujisawa Memorial Tower to Friends and Foe) 3 776
Grave of Hino Toshimoto
日野俊基
Hino Toshimoto no haka
Kamakura
Grave of Hino Toshimoto
35°19′41″N 139°32′35″E / 35.32816406°N 139.54303228°E / 35.32816406; 139.54303228 (Grave of Hino Toshimoto) 7 779
Hakone Barrier Site
箱根関
Hakone no seki ato
Hakone
Hakone Barrier Site
35°11′33″N 139°01′34″E / 35.1923674°N 139.02617866°E / 35.1923674; 139.02617866 (Hakone Barrier Site) 6 772
Buppō-ji Site
仏法寺跡
Buppōji ato
Kamakura submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Temples, Shrines and other structures of Ancient Kamakura[5][6] 35°18′26″N 139°31′52″E / 35.30735767°N 139.53098513°E / 35.30735767; 139.53098513 (Buppōji Site) 3 00003501
Hokkedō Site
法華堂跡 (源頼朝墓・北条義時墓)
Hokkedō ato (Minamoto Yoritomo no haka・Hōjō Yoshitoki no haka)
Kamakura designation includes the tombs of Minamoto no Yoritomo and Hōjō Yoshitoki
Hokkedō Site
35°19′33″N 139°33′40″E / 35.32591733°N 139.56099667°E / 35.32591733; 139.56099667 (Hokkedō Site) 3, 7 778
Hōjō Clan Tokiwa Residence Site
北条氏常盤亭跡
Hōjō-shi Tokiwa-tei ato
Kamakura submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Temples, Shrines and other structures of Ancient Kamakura[5][6] 35°19′24″N 139°31′55″E / 35.32340499°N 139.53200341°E / 35.32340499; 139.53200341 (Hōjō Clan Tokiwa Residence Site) 2 821
Nagoe Pass
名越切通
Nagoe kiridōshi
Kamakura submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Temples, Shrines and other structures of Ancient Kamakura[5][6]
Nagoe Pass
35°18′27″N 139°33′53″E / 35.30738381°N 139.56470343°E / 35.30738381; 139.56470343 (Nagoe Pass) 6 803
Meigetsu-in Precinct
明月院境内
Meigetsuin keidai
Kamakura
Meigetsuin Precinct
35°20′06″N 139°33′05″E / 35.33504347°N 139.55130101°E / 35.33504347; 139.55130101 (Meigetsuin Precinct) 3 822
Wakae Island
和賀江嶋
Wakaenoshima
Kamakura, Zushi submitted for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the Temples, Shrines and other structures of Ancient Kamakura[5][6]
Wakae Island
35°18′01″N 139°33′05″E / 35.30028254°N 139.55142955°E / 35.30028254; 139.55142955 (Wakae Island) 3, 5, 6 810
Akasaka Site
赤坂遺跡
Akasaka iseki
Miura [1] 35°10′35″N 139°33′05″E / 35.176299°N 139.55142955°E / 35.176299; 139.55142955 (Akasaka Site) 1 [2]
Old Hakone Road
箱根旧街道
Hakone kyū-kaidō
Hakone stretch of the old Tōkaidō; the designation includes areas of Mishima and Kannami in Shizuoka Prefecture
Old Hakone Road
35°11′36″N 139°01′35″E / 35.19331254°N 139.02647902°E / 35.19331254; 139.02647902 (Old Hakone Road) 6 798
Tachibana Kanga Sites
橘樹官衙遺跡群
Tachibana kanga iseki-gun
Kawasaki 35°34′42″N 139°37′09″E / 35.578452°N 139.619204°E / 35.578452; 139.619204 (Tachibana Kanga Sites) [3]
Shimoterao Kanga Sites
下寺尾官衙遺跡群
Shimoterao kanga iseki-gun
Chigasaki 35°21′46″N 139°23′48″E / 35.362666°N 139.396538°E / 35.362666; 139.396538 (Shimoterao Kanga Sites) [4]
Tokyo Bay Fort Sites
東京湾要塞
Tōkyō-wan yōsai ato
Yokosuka designation includes the sites of Sarushima Battery (猿島砲台跡?) and Chiyogasaki Battery (千代ヶ崎砲台跡?) Sarushima fort.JPG 35°17′10″N 139°41′38″E / 35.286020°N 139.693995°E / 35.286020; 139.693995 (Tokyo Bay Fort Sites) [5]
This list is complete and up-to-date as of December 2014.

Prefectural Historic Sites[edit]

As of 1 May 2014, twenty-five sites have been designated as being of prefectural importance.[13][14]

Site Municipality Comments Image Coordinates Type Ref.
Hayakawa Castle Site
早川城跡
Hayakawa-jō ato
Ayase 35°26′14″N 139°25′10″E / 35.437220°N 139.419535°E / 35.437220; 139.419535 (Hayakawa Castle Site) [6]
Ichigao Cave Tomb Cluster
市ヶ尾横穴古墳群
Ichigao ōketsu kofun-gun
Yokohama 市ヶ尾横穴古墳群.jpg 35°33′27″N 139°32′24″E / 35.557403°N 139.539992°E / 35.557403; 139.539992 (Ichigao Cave Tomb Cluster) [7]
Shinano Ichirizuka
品濃一里塚
Shinano ichirizuka
Yokohama on the old Tōkaidō 品濃一里塚.jpg 35°25′57″N 139°33′52″E / 35.432465°N 139.564369°E / 35.432465; 139.564369 (Shinano Milestone) [8]
Inarimae Kofun Cluster
稲荷前古墳群
Inarimae kofun-gun
Yokohama 稲荷前古墳群5.jpg 35°33′35″N 139°31′55″E / 35.559628°N 139.531928°E / 35.559628; 139.531928 (Inarimae Kofun Cluster) [9]
Shibokuchi Shell Mound
子母口貝塚
Shibokuchi kaizuka
Kawasaki 35°34′28″N 139°37′31″E / 35.574406°N 139.625388°E / 35.574406; 139.625388 (Shibokuchi Shell Mound) [10]
Higashi Takane Site
東高根遺跡
Higashi Takane iseki
Kawasaki Yayoi- to Kofun-period settlement, now protected within Higashi Takane Forest Park (東高根森林公園?) 35°36′16″N 139°35′11″E / 35.604444°N 139.586389°E / 35.604444; 139.586389 (Higashi Takane Site) [11]
Maginu Kofun
馬絹古墳
Maginu kofun
Kawasaki 35°35′01″N 139°36′05″E / 35.583683°N 139.601526°E / 35.583683; 139.601526 (Maginu Kofun) [12]
Saifukuji Kofun
西福寺古墳
Saifukuji kofun
Kawasaki 35°34′59″N 139°36′29″E / 35.583073°N 139.608019°E / 35.583073; 139.608019 (Saifukuji Kofun) [13]
Kayama Shell Mound
茅山貝塚
Kayama kaizuka
Yokosuka 35°14′02″N 139°41′38″E / 35.233881°N 139.693807°E / 35.233881; 139.693807 (Kayama Shell Mound) [14]
Yoshii Shell Mound and associated site
吉井貝塚を中心とした遺跡
Yoshii kaizuka wo chūshin to shita iseki
Yokosuka late-Heian yamashiro and a Jōmon midden 35°14′18″N 139°42′07″E / 35.238232°N 139.702068°E / 35.238232; 139.702068 (Yoshii Shell Mound and associated site) [15]
Dankazura
段葛
Dankazura
Kamakura pathway along Wakamiya Ōji leading to Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gū Dankazura Kamakura.jpg 35°19′11″N 139°33′09″E / 35.319856°N 139.552594°E / 35.319856; 139.552594 (Dankazura) [16]
Hyakuhachi Yagura
百八やぐら
Hyakuhachi Yagura
Kamakura yagura near Kakuon-ji (覚園寺?) 14-0307-KOJ-1179.JPG 35°19′51″N 139°33′52″E / 35.330899°N 139.564347°E / 35.330899; 139.564347 (Hyakuhachi Yagura) [17]
Ishibashiyama Battlefied
石橋山古戦場のうち与一塚及び文三堂
Ishibashiyama ko-senjō no uchi Yoichi-zuka oyobi bunzōdō
Odawara designation includes the burial mound of Sanada Yoshitada (佐奈田義忠?) Yoichi-zuka.jpg 35°13′16″N 139°08′25″E / 35.221121°N 139.140333°E / 35.221121; 139.140333 (Ishibashiyama Battlefied) [18]
Tsutsumi Shell Mound
堤貝塚
Tsutsumi kaizuka
Chigasaki 35°21′46″N 139°25′26″E / 35.362722°N 139.423750°E / 35.362722; 139.423750 (Tsutsumi Shell Mound) [19]
Bishamon Caves Yayoi Dwelling Sites
毘沙門洞窟弥生時代住居阯群
Bishamon dōkutsu Yayoi-jidai jūkyoshi-gun
Miura Miura Bisyamon Cave.JPG 35°08′23″N 139°39′18″E / 35.139669°N 139.654984°E / 35.139669; 139.654984 (Bishamon Caves Yayoi Dwelling Sites) [20]
Futagozuka Kofun
二子塚古墳
Futagozuka kofun
Hadano 35°21′34″N 139°16′00″E / 35.359341°N 139.266708°E / 35.359341; 139.266708 (Futagozuka Kofun) [21]
Mediaeval Architecture of Kami-Hamada
上浜田中世建築遺構群
Kami-Hamada chūsei kenchiku ikō-gun
Ebina Hamada Historical Park.jpg 35°26′40″N 139°24′08″E / 35.444349°N 139.402224°E / 35.444349; 139.402224 (Mediaeval Architecture of Kami-Hamada) [22]
Kamaguchi Kofun
釜口古墳
Kamaguchi kofun
Ōiso 35°19′03″N 139°19′07″E / 35.317594°N 139.318646°E / 35.317594; 139.318646 (Kamaguchi Kofun) [23]
Tarekoyatonishi Cave Tomb Cluster
たれこ谷戸西横穴群
Tarekoyatonishi ōketsu-gun
Ōiso 35°19′02″N 139°16′14″E / 35.317331°N 139.270549°E / 35.317331; 139.270549 (Tarekoyatonishi Cave Tomb Cluster) [24]
Shōgakubo Cave Tomb Cluster
庄ケ久保横穴群
Shōgakubo ōketsu-gun
Ōiso 35°18′49″N 139°17′22″E / 35.313689°N 139.289453°E / 35.313689; 139.289453 (Shōgakubo Cave Tomb Cluster) [25]
Yōkokujiyato Cave Tomb Cluster
楊谷寺谷戸横穴群
Yōkokujiyato ōketsu-gun
Ōiso 35°19′15″N 139°18′49″E / 35.320780°N 139.313743°E / 35.320780; 139.313743 (Yōkokujiyato Cave Tomb Cluster) [26]
Kawamura Castle Site
河村城
Kawamura-jō ato
Yamakita Kawamurajou ohimeido.jpg 35°21′20″N 139°04′38″E / 35.355579°N 139.077355°E / 35.355579; 139.077355 (Kawamura Castle Site) [27]
Dohi Sugiyama Cave
土肥椙山厳窟(伝源頼朝隠潜地)
Tohi Sugiyama gankutsu (den-Minamoto no Yoritomo insenchi)
Yugawara said to have been the hiding place of Minamoto no Yoritomo after the Battle of Ishibashiyama Shitodo no iwaya.jpg 35°09′53″N 139°04′31″E / 35.164687°N 139.075413°E / 35.164687; 139.075413 (Dohi Sugiyama Cave) [28]
Dohi Clan Graves
土肥一族の墓所
Tohi ichizoku no bosho
Yugawara 35°08′52″N 139°06′08″E / 35.147828°N 139.102149°E / 35.147828; 139.102149 (Dohi Clan Graves) [29]
Enoshima
江ノ島
Enoshima
Fujisawa also a Prefectural Place of Scenic Beauty Enoshima -09.jpg 35°17′59″N 139°28′49″E / 35.299722°N 139.480278°E / 35.299722; 139.480278 (Enoshima) [30]
This list is complete and up-to-date as of August 2014.

Municipal Historic Sites[edit]

As of 1 May 2014 a further one hundred and twenty-nine sites have been designated as being of municipal importance.[15]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cultural Properties for Future Generations". Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 24 December 2014. 
  2. ^ 史跡名勝天然記念物 [Number of Monuments of Japan by Prefecture] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. 1 December 2014. Retrieved 24 December 2014. 
  3. ^ "Database of National Cultural Properties: 史跡名勝天然記念物 (史跡, 特別史跡 神奈川県 2県以上)" (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 24 December 2014. 
  4. ^ 一升桝遺跡 [Isshōmasu Site] (in Japanese). Kanagawa Prefecture. Retrieved 22 June 2012. 
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x "Temples, Shrines and other structures of Ancient Kamakura". UNESCO. Retrieved 22 June 2012. 
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x "「武家の古都・鎌倉」の世界文化遺産推薦について(案)" [Concerning the World Heritage Nomination "Kamakura, Home of the Samurai"] (PDF). Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism. Retrieved 22 June 2012. 
  7. ^ 荏柄天神社本殿 [Egara Tenjin Shrine Honden] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 22 June 2012. 
  8. ^ 旧横浜正金銀行本店本館 [Former Yokohama Specie Bank Head Office Main Building] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 23 June 2012. 
  9. ^ 元箱根磨崖仏 [Moto-Hakone magaibutsu] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 23 June 2012. 
  10. ^ 地藏菩薩立像 [Jizō Bosatsu] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 23 June 2012. 
  11. ^ 元箱根磨崖仏 [Moto-Hakone magaibutsu] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 23 June 2012. 
  12. ^ 藤沢敵御方供養塔 [Memorial Tower to Friends and Foe] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 23 June 2012. 
  13. ^ 都道府県別指定等文化財件数(都道府県分) [Number of Prefectural Cultural Properties by Prefecture] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. 1 May 2014. Retrieved 6 August 2014. 
  14. ^ 文化財をさがす [Cultural Property Search] (in Japanese). Kanagawa Prefecture. Retrieved 6 August 2014. 
  15. ^ 都道府県別指定等文化財件数(市町村分) [Number of Municipal Cultural Properties by Prefecture] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. 1 May 2014. Retrieved 6 August 2014. 

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