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Awashima Shrine is located in Yonago. Before you head to Yonago, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Yonago tour itinerary planner, to make sure you see all that Yonago has to offer, including Awashima Shrine.
Looking for things to do in Yonago? Hokikodainooka Park is a great spot to hit when looking for what to do in Yonago.
15 min. from JR Yonago Station by car 17 minutes to the Yonago visitor center from JR Yonago Station by Local bus line to Kaike Onsen 3 min. walk from Yonago Visitor center bus station.
It has been called “Kamiyodo Haiji” meaning of unnamed temple at Kamiyodo. The excavation investigation started in February 1991, and the oldest Buddhism paintings were uncovered in May. The paintings were portrayed on inside wall of a Mahaviral Hall by natural colors. It is believed that the Buddha folklore and natural landscapes have been painted. Approximately, 4,300 items are unearthed include 1,300 items of paintings, about 1,900 of Buddhism statues, and about 1,800 boxes of tiles.
Thereafter, soon the story became popular and some theories say that Yonago was named in honor of eighty-eight. Although the shrine has been honored as Kamo kotai myojin, the shrine reformation in 1868 changed its name to Kamo shrine, and then it enshrined Inarijinja Tenmangu in 1961. After that, it renamed to Kamonojinja Tenmangu.
Cruising around a quaint downtown Yonago, once flourished as merchant city. Departing from Shirakabe warehouses near the Tenjin bridge on Kamogawa, cruise ship is heading Nakaumi while enjoying views of the old downtown area. Wide view suddenly opens up from here, dynamic voyage starts while looking at horizon.
Shrines and temples ... 1401 Hikona cho Yonago, Tottori Kanda Shrine 2-10 Bakuromachi Yonago, Tottori 0859-22-5415 Wada misaki Shrine 2079 Oshinozu Yonago, ...
Even though park is located in the urban area, wide nature is spreading over park. A number of locals are visiting the park enjoying cherry blossoms, walking, jogging, and hanging out with friends. They are spending their own private time.
Sanin Region includes Tottori and Shimane prefecture of western Japan. Thanks to the natural blessings and geographic closeness to China and Korea, the ancient civilization of Izumo Province has flourished in today’s Sanin region.
Mukibanda Yayoi remains (妻木晩田遺跡, Mukibanda-iseki) are the largest Yayoi period remains in Japan. The Mukibanda site is located in the low foothills of Mount Daisen in the cities of Daisen and Yonago, Tottori Prefecture. The Mukibanda site was designated a Monument of Japan in 1999.
Center of Sanin, enjoy shightseeing from Yonago ... Kamogawa and Nakaumi cruise Kamogawa and Nakaumi cruise. Enjoy downtown sightseeing by a boat.
Facing the Sea of Japan, Yonago city is located in the western part of Tottori prefecture in the San-in region. San-in has the smallest population in Japan, which adds to its peacefulness. Yonago also includes Mt. Daisen, which is a great tourist spot known for its natural beauty throughout the year. Thanks to the abundant nature, visitors will enjoy both fresh seafood and vegetables in Yonago.
Yonago is a city found in Tottori, Japan. It is located 35.43 latitude and 133.33 longitude and it is situated at 9 meters above sea level
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Yonago city and Sea of Japan is on the north, blue Nakaumi is on the west, and spectacular view of Daisen is on the east. Clear sunny day, Oki Island can be also observed across the Sea of Japan, the food of Shiroyama, locals love this place as much as Minatoyama park.
Yonago City Museum of Art (米子市美術館, Yonago-shi Bijutsukan) is a municipal art gallery in Yonago, Tottori Prefecture (Japan) that opened in 1983. The gallery has a permanent collection of paintings and photographs; the latter is particularly strong for the photographers Teikō Shiotani and Shōji Ueda. It also hosts special exhibitions.
Yonago has long been the more laid back and artistic of Tottori Prefecture’s two largest cities. Surrounded by natural beauty and with excellent accessibility, it is a relaxing and attractive area from which to explore the local region and beyond.