Himeji Film Commission
Newly listed locations
Mirokuji TempleHimeji City, Hyogo Prefecture
Built in 1000, Mirokuji Temple is a Buddhist temple of the Tendai sect and has a strong tie with Engyoji Temple. The temple gate, main hall, founder’s hall and other facilities are on the grounds o...
Himeji Central ParkHImeji-city, Hyogo prefecture
Himeji Central Park is a theme park with a safari park and an amusement park, the size of 48 Koshien stadiums, and is affectionately known as "Himesen."
At the safari park, you can enjoy meeting 1...
A nationally registered tangible cultural property located in the Himeji Literature Museum.
It is a one-storied wooden building with gabled roof and tiled roof that was built as a villa for Hachij...
Masuiyama Zuiganji TempleHimeji City, Hyogo Prefecture
An old Buddhist temple of the Tendai sect. The temple was burnt in a fire in 1573 but was rebuilt in 1586 by Hideyoshi. The wooden seated statue of Yakushi Nyorai is a Designated Cultural Property ...
Taiyo ParkHimeji City
Large-scale replicas of the renowned architectures and statues such as the Moai, the Merlion, the Statue of Liberby, the Great Wall of China, and so on are found in this vast park.
Shiromidai ParkHimeji City, Hyogo Prefecture
As the name Shiromidai (castle viewing base) suggests, an interesting view of the Himeji Castle can be seen from the park which has been designated as one of the 10 best places to view the Himeji C...
Tsuneya Castle RuinsHimeji City, Hyogo Prefecture
Ruins of a mountain castle built in mid-15th Century. Was designated a Historic Site of Himeji City in 1977.
Furui Family Residence (Sen-nen-ya)Himeji City, Hyogo Prefecture
Built in the late Muromachi Period (16th century), the former Furui Family Residence was used as a house until 1967. With thatched roof, it is built with a hip-and-gable construction. A large ston...
Himeji City Museum of ArtHimeji City, Hyogo Prefecture
The Himeji City Museum is located east of the Himeji Castle, which is a World Heritage and a National Treasure of Japan. The red-brick building dates back to 1905, when it was built as a military s...
Hafurida Shrine199 Kamikamae, Hayashida-cho, Himeji-shi
An ancient shrine with a long history called "Shikinaisha" since the middle of the Heian period. In the Edo period, it was called "Kifune Daimyojin". There are three stone lanterns donated by the f...