With a stay at LiVEMAX RESORT Setouchi Sea Front in Tatsuno, you'll be convenient to Kamo Shrine and Plum Tree Park. This hotel is within the vicinity of Ayabeyama Bairin Garden and Kobe Shrine. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 21 air-conditioned rooms featuring LCD televisions. Rooms have private lanais.
Himeji Castle (姫路城, Himeji-jō) is a hilltop Japanese castle complex situated in the city of Himeji which is located in the Hyōgo Prefecture of Japan. The castle is regarded as the finest surviving example of prototypical Japanese castle architecture, comprising a network of 83 buildings with advanced defensive systems from the feudal period.
The Himeji Central Park (姫路セントラルパーク, Himeji Sentoraru Pāku) is a safari park in Himeji, Hyōgo, Japan. The park opened in March 1984, and is the only safari park in Kansai region. It has a "sister park" agreement with Nairobi National Park, Kenya. The park also incorporates an amusement park.
Himeji City Museum of Literature 84 Yamanoi-cho Himeji-shi, Hyogo Prefecture 670 Japan. Tadao Ando 1991 (Main Building) and 1996 (Annex) The Museum of Literature, built to commemorate the hundredth anniversary of Himeji City becoming a municipality, is located on a hill not far from Himeji Castle, one of Japan's cultural treasures.
Himeji City Tegarayama Botanical Garden The Himeji City Tegarayama Botanical Garden (姫路市立手柄山温室植物園, Himeji Shiritsu Tegarayama Onshitsu Shokubutsuen), also known as the Himeji Tegarayama Green House, is a botanical garden located within a greenhouse in Tegarayama Central Park at 93 Tegara, Himeji, Hyogo, Japan.
Himeji City Zoo, located in Hyogo Prefecture, sits at the base of historic Himeji Castle. Himeji Castle is visited by more than one million people per year and is registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Himeji Castle is beautiful and world class. In sad contrast, Himeji City Zoo is neither beautiful nor world class.
Himeji Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is in the city of Himeji. Southern Hyōgo Prefecture was severely devastated by the 6.9 Mw Great Hanshin earthquake of 1995, which destroyed major parts of Kobe and Awaji, as well as Takarazuka and neighboring Osaka Prefecture, killing nearly 6,500 people.
The Hyogo Prefectural Museum of History opened in April 1983 at the northeast corner of a special historic site in the former Himeji Castle compound. Its purpose was to deepen our understanding of local history and promote education, study, and culture, The museum contributes to education and the study of local history.
Shrine with the bling bling red DW-centric it and patina in the shrine's shrine here. The shrine attracts adoration since ancient times as the shrine of Harima. Get Torii shrine from the successive Lords of Himeji Castle, or donated a lantern and especially and followers, also known as Kuroda kanbe Kanoko.
He was fervently worshipped when the government which was centered around the western part of the Japanese archipelago spread its influence into the east.The two-storied gate, painted a brilliant vermilion, is considered one of the three great two-storied gates in Japan.
The Koko-en Garden is a Japanese garden located inside the Himeji castle.The garden consists of eight gardens separated by walls : Take-no-niwa (a bamboo garden),Tsukiyama-chisen-no-niwa(a garden with small hills and ponds), Hana-no-niwa (a flower garden), Matsu-no-niwa (a pine trees garden), Natsuki-no-niwa (a garden of summer trees), Nagare-no-hiraniwa (a flat garden with streams), Oyashiki-no-niwa (a residential garden) and cha-no-niwa (a tea garden).
Mount Seppiko is a mountain or mountains in Himeji, Hyōgo, Japan. This mountain is one of the San-hiko-san, three Hiko Shugendō mountains in Japan, and also one of Hyōgo 50 mountains, and Kinki 100 mountains. It forms part of Seppiko-Mineyama Prefectural Natural Park.
Mt. Shosha About 25 minutes by bus from Himeji Station, and a world away, is Mt. Shosha, Himeji's highest mountain and home to the temple complex of Engyoji. Founded in 966 by Priest Shoku, Engyoji was once a major training center for priests of the Tendai sect.
The Ishikiri Shrine in Himeji (not to be confused with the rather famous Ishikiri Shrine in Osaka!) is one of the few abandoned ones. About a third up a small mountain with the former priest’s house right at the bottom the shrine entrance is beautiful – a stone torii at the edge of a bamboo forest, offering much welcomes shade in the summer hear.
Senhime Botan-en (Peony Garden) Sama (Shooting Holes for Castle's Defence) Hishi-no-Mon Gate Musha-damari (Waiting area for attack during war) Nishi-no-Maru (West Bailey of the Castle) Hyakken rōka (Long Connecting Corridor) Kesho Yagura (Cosmetic Tower) Ro-no-Mon Gate Ha-no-Mon Gate Ni-no-Mon Gate Tenshu-kaku (Castle Tower) Ru-no-Mon Gate Okiku Ido (Okiku well) Himeji Shrine Koko-en ...
Taiyo Park, situated in a remote and little-known part of rural Himeji, is an expansive, unexpected park with replicas of famous and wondrous landmarks from around the world. From China’s Terracotta Army to the Egyptian Pyramids, to Bavaria’s Neuschwanstein Castle, you can travel around an eerie, run down version of the world.