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Koyasan Okunoin
Sacred & Religious Sites, Cemeteries
Koyasan Danjo Garan
Sacred & Religious Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Historic Sites
Kongobu-ji Temple
Sacred & Religious Sites
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Kumano Hongu Taisha Kyushachi Oyunohara
Historic Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Koyasan Choishimichi
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Historic Sites
Hashigui Rock
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Geologic Formations
Tomogashima Island
Historic Sites, Islands
Wakayama Castle
Castles, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Historic Sites
Jison-in Temple
Historic Sites, Sacred & Religious Sites
Burma War Veterans Memorial (Jofuku-in Temple Manihoto)
Monuments & Statues, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Historic Sites, Sacred & Religious Sites
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Koyasan Okunoin Koya-cho
We were lucky to have a fascinating monk lead us around for the day, pointing out the burial sites and historical references to almost every revered figure in Japanese history from Toyotomi Hideyoshi to Takeda Shi...
I love a nice tree and I have seen a few in my days but this location is the best I have seen yet (even better than Muir Woods!) the site is a 2 km stroll along a road that for 1200 years was the road into Koyasan...
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Koyasan Danjo Garan Koya-cho
Nice temple and beautiful to view, it is located in a little 'park' with other smaller temples and trees which makes it a very nice and peaceful walk through the park to the temple.
We arrived here by the women's pilmigrimage trail, which is a fascinating path, and makes arriving at the temple site more interesting.
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Kongobu-ji Temple Koya-cho
This temple complex containing both original and rebuilt temples will provide you with great sights and photo ops of the several architectural styles that can be appreciated in Japanese urgiste architecture.
One of the major sights in Koyasan
Kumano Hongu Taisha Shrine Tanabe
classic temple sites in the mountains - accessible by bus from several of the coastal towns (day pass allows flexibility!) with the bus journeys giving a great view of the blue water rivers!
The flooding in 1889 destroyed two of the three shrines (Upper, Middle and Lower) composing the shrine and it was only the Upper shrine that survived and transferred to the current site in 1891.
Kamikura Shrine Shingu
... it's a photogenic spot with an orange bridge and cherry blossom trees in the spring, and just past the first shrine is a 500 step steep trail with stone steps up to another shrine and a great view of the city,
On reaching the top, although only around 100m above the starting point, I felt the tremendous elation of a full cardio workout with tremendous views as a bonus.
Daimonzaka Nachikatsura-cho
If you are in the Osaka/Nara area or closer, and if you are interested in scenic nature or natural views, the Daimonzaka & Nachi Falls are MUST-DO experiences.
Akashi Kaikyo Bridge Hyogo Prefecture 46.6 km away
It has wonderful view of river, park, and of course the bridges.
Awesome views
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Kumano Nachi Taisha Nachikatsura-cho
It is a justifiable highlight with spectacular views of the pagoda, waterfall, cherry blossoms, temples, fountains.
The tourism bureau has a very comprehensive web site with information maps, timetables, and wide-ranging descriptions of short and long hikes on the Kumano Trails in the area.
Disaster Reduction and Human Renovation Institution Kobe 52.5 km away
Sumiyoshi Taisha Shrine Osaka 52.0 km away
The most fascinating view of this shrine is the stone arch bridge which looks like a semi-circle.
The very outstanding landmark of this shine is the steep red bridge entrance over the pond.
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Kumano Hongu Taisha Kyushachi Oyunohara Tanabe
The largest torii in Japan stands on the original site of the Hongu Taisha, which has since been moved a few hundred meters away.
There is also a traditional bonfire ritual at the site.
Kimiidera Temple Wakayama
The temple approach and the temple complex are both wonderful, there is quite an ascent up the temple steps, but climbing them rewards you with a spectacular view over Wakayama and the sea, as well as a really stu...
Tempozan Ferris Wheel Osaka 53.3 km away
Tempozan area is the best to visit in Osaka and the Ferris Wheel gives an astonishing panoramic view of Osaka especially in the evening it being by the Harbor , you have two types of wagons either crystal which yo...
This is huge and lights up beautifully at night, provides amazing views, if you are doing the Aquarium you can purchase a ticket for both attractions.
Seigantoji Temple Nachikatsura-cho
From the temple grounds we enjoyed a spectacular view of Nachi Waterfall and the surrounding mountains.
I Can recommend taking the hike up there to Get the full experience of the forrest and views on the Way.
Hashigui Rock Kushimoto-cho
We spent some time clambering around the rocks and enjoying a close-up view.
We were there in the evening, but I am told that there is a dramatic effect of the sun rising behind the rocks, creating an evolving view of the rocks.
Onaruto Bridge Naruto 48.7 km away
What a beautiful bridge !! Stunning view from above Have to be luck with the weather, if you want to see the wonders and the power of the sea below.
A great view of the famous Naruto Whirlpools from above!
Osaka Castle Osaka 60.6 km away
The Castle is definitely a must to visit when in Osaka; it's museum contain some amazing artefacts and a great insight about Japanese battles and the views of the castle at sunset are ones to remember and, if you...
A phenomenal site to visit- one of the greatest castles I have seen with its two sets of walls, moats, watch towers, temple...Surrounded by modern Osaka, this medieval gem beautifully tells the story of its times.
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Kumano Hayatama Taisha Shingu
The website of Hayatama-taisha says that it originated in Kamikura and was relocated to the current site in the reign of the 12th Emperor Keikou (probably around the 4th century).
Koyasan Station Koya-cho
When climbing up to Wakayama - Koyasan try and get the right-hand window seats for the best valley / mountain views.
Beautiful mountain view.
Senjojiki Shirahama-cho
Great views of the bedrock, where the action of waves has sculptured the rock formation.
Orange color from the sunset shine to the rocks create amazing view.
Engetsuto Shirahama-cho
Awesome sunset view
Nice view at during sunset
Tomogashima Island Wakayama
The lighthouse is quite a disappointment although the view from the vicinity is spectacular.
Very nice view.
Wakayama Castle Wakayama
Great view of the 27-metre long Ohashi Roka Bridge and Wakayama Castle high in the background from the northern perimeter along Shiyakisho-mae, near the Wakayama City Hall – GPS coordinates N34°13.788’
Impressive as it is in daylight, the views of the castle are more enhanced at night with the castle floodlit and the "dollar shot" includes reflections of the Castle and Bridge in the moat that runs below the Ohas...
Uzu no Michi Naruto 48.3 km away
On a beautiful day, we enjoyed the leisurely walk, the gentle breeze and the wonderful view of the sea.
Very Good and super safe place to enjoy the walking below the bridge and getting details of the bridge and enjoying the views of the strait.
Rokkosan Farm Kobe 58.4 km away
The place offers very nice view, and we alsoncan spend some time to do hiking.
Koyasan Daimon Koya-cho
Great views from this beautiful gateway.
And from there it's an easy walk to the other sights at Chunmon, etc.
Minatogawa Shrine Chuo 50.5 km away
Hirou Shrine Nachikatsura-cho
Ikuta Shrine Kobe 52.0 km away
Cultural site well worth a visit
but the view at the top is so lovely.
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Midosuji Street Shinsaibashisuji 58.0 km away
Landmarks on one end include the Nikko Hotel and Daimaru which are across from each other, flanked by hi-end stores like Chaumet and Tiffany.
Christmas night view is awesome