Diese Seite zeigt die Sonnenaufgang und Sonnenuntergang Zeiten in Mount Ninouji, Mt. Ninouji, Itayama, Shibata, Niigata Prefecture -, Japan, einschließlich der schönen Sonnenaufgang oder Sonnenuntergang Fotos, lokale aktuelle Zeit, Zeitzone , Längengrad , Breitengrad und Live-Karte.
Throughout the Edo period, Shibata Castle was home to the Mizobuchi clan, daimyō of Shibata Domain. The castle was also known as "Ayame-jō" (菖蒲城, "Iris Castle"). The construction date of the original Shibata Castle is unknown; however, the surrounding area was under control of the Shibata clan since the Kamakura period.
Kitanosho Joshi Park and Shibata Shrine, Fukui, Fukui Prefecture. Statues of Chacha, Hatsu and Go, Kitanosho Castle, Fukui, Fukui Prefecture. Chacha (aka Yodo) became a concubine of Hideyoshi, dying in the Siege of Osaka Castle in 1616, with their only son and heir Hideyori.
Suwa Shrine (諏訪神社 suwa jinja) is the major Shinto shrine of Nagasaki, Japan, and home to the Nagasaki Kunchi (kunchi (くんち) means "festival"). It is located in the northern part of the city, on the slopes of Mount Tamazono-san, and features a 277-step stone staircase leading up the mountain to the various buildings that comprise the shrine.
The name Yunohira Onsen is not uncommon, but this hot spring exists in the most remote woods of Shibata, Niigata. Do not get it confused with the famous Yunohira Onsen in Yufuin, Oita Prefecture in Kyushu. Photographs are by Peter Locke and Greg Goodmacher. The author of this article blogs about Japanese hot springs at hotspringaddict.blogspot.jp.