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Koanken Temple
Koanken Temple was built in 1350 by Takayasu Togashi, and was dedicated to Sotetsu Meiho, the fourth chief priest of Daijoji Temple. In 1915, during cultivation of the land said to be the burial mount of the founder of Daijoji Temple, Gikai Tettsu, ...
Daijoji Temple Sites
Daijoji Temple was originally built by Iehisa Togashi in Oshinosho as an esoteric Buddhist temple, meant to be headed by the monk Chokai. Later, Iehisa and Chokai invited Gikai Tettsu from Eiheiji Temple to head Daijoji Temple, and in 1293 Daijoji Te...
Oshino (Otsuka) Sites
The Oshino (Otsuka) sites are the oldest in Nonoichi City, dating from 3,800 to 4,000 years ago. Among the vast alluvial fan of the Tedori River, Jomon-era people were the first to settle in and around Oshino (Otsuka). There was a large mound in the...
Oshino Tachinaka & Oshino Yakata Sites
The Oshino Tachinaka and Oshino Yakata sites are located to the southeast of Tateno Elementary School. The Oshino Tachinaka sites are from a settlement existing between the late-middle and late-late Yayoi Period (100 BC-300 AD). Oshino Yakata was ...
Joguji Temple Sites
Joguji Temple belongs to the Otani Sect of Shin Buddhism. According to historical records, the Buddhist priest Yuisho built a temple in Oshino around 1360. This is considered to be the origin of Joguji Temple. It has been passed down that when Yuis...
Nagaike Kitanohashi Sites
The Nagaike Kitanohashi Sites are the remnants of a settlement that existed from the late 14th to the early 16th century. Excavation unearthed two types of residential areas separated into larger and smaller sections. Residential areas feature houses...
Kyozuka (Sutra Mound)
Kyozuka were mounds built and used over a long period of time to store sutras to be passed down to later generations. This was begun at the end of 12th century. By the beginning of the 17th century, reki-ishi kyozuka (mounds made with small stones)...
Okyozuka Sites
Okyozuka Sites are from a circular settlement measuring 200m in diameter that existed between 3,700 and 2,500 years ago. Excavation in 1956 found sites where stone gyobutsu (Imperial treasures) were buried. Earthenware excavated in this area establi...
Nonoichi City Furusato History Museum
Contact: Nonoichi City Furusato History Museum TEL: 076-246-0133 Closed: Mondays (Tuesday when Monday is a national holiday), the day after national holidays (excluding Saturdays and Sundays), Year-end and New Year holidays Open Hour: 10:00AM - ...
Artifacts Excavated from Okyozuka Sites in Ishikawa Prefecture
Artifacts excavated from Okyozuka Sites in Ishikawa Prefecture include Important Cultural Properties, totaling 4,219 items including 542 earthenware and clay products, 3,642 stoneware and stone products, 23 incomplete sites of born tools, 12 incomple...
Fujimura Rihei Ou Shotokuhi
Rihei Fujimura served as a member of the prefectural assembly and Mayor of Nonoichi Village during the Meiji Period (1868-1912). He also established the first electric company in Kanazawa City, and built electric rice mills in Nonoichi Village. He co...
Ougigaoka Yagurada Sites
The Ougigaoka Yagurada Sites date from the middle of 12th to the early 13th century. Sites of 25 homes with posts dug into the ground were found. They are thought to have been built over a short period of time. The largest known building from the e...
Ougigaoka Hawaigoku Sites
The Ougigaoka Yagurada Sites date from the middle of 12th to the early 13th century. Sites of 25 homes with posts dug into the ground were found. They are thought to have been built over a short period of time. The largest known building from the e...
Ougigaoka Gosho Sites
The Ougigaoka Yagurada Sites date from the middle of 12th to the early 13th century. Sites of 25 homes with posts dug into the ground were found. They are thought to have been built over a short period of time. The largest known building from the e...
Takahashi Sebone Sites
The Takahashi Sebone Sites contain a settlement dating from the 2nd and 3rd centuries. Excavation was carried out between 1990 and 1991, when 16 tateana (pit-type) dwellings and 5 homes with posts dug into the ground were uncovered. The middle of the...
Former Site of Shokin Horse Tramway Line
In 1904, Shokin Horse Tramway Line (Shokin Basha Tetsudo) began operation from present-day Tono Town in Hakusan City to Arimatsu in Kanazawa City via Nonoichi City. In 1916, the line was converted to electric power, and the company was renamed Shokin...
Mikkaichi Sites A
Mikkaichi Sites A are from a broad area of settlements dating from the Jomon Period (12,000BC - 500BC), Yayoi Period (500BC - AD300), ancient times and the middle ages. Uncovered here were pit-type dwellings, homes with posts dug into the ground, cyl...
Futsukaichi Ishibachi Sites
Discoveries at the Futsukaichi Ishibachi Sites include settlements dating from the Yayoi (500BC - AD300), Tumulus (late 3rd century - 7th century), and Middle Ages, and ancient mounds from the Tumulus Period. Artifacts from Yayoi Period included 23...
Tokumoto Kuyada Sites
The Tokumoto Kuyada Sites are from settlements dating from between the 14th and 16th centuries. Residential areas separated by ditches were discovered. In the residential areas, dwellings with posts dug into the ground, tateana (pit-type) sites, and ...
Sanno Aramiya Sites
The Sanno Toheidagoshi Sites are from settlements dating from the 14th and 15th centuries. Homes with posts dug into the ground, and tateana pit-type sites were found. Many ceramics and Haji Ware such as Suzu-yaki ware pots produced in the area that ...
Sanno Toheidagoshi Sites
The Sanno Toheidagoshi Sites are from settlements dating from the 14th and 15th centuries. Homes with posts dug into the ground, and tateana pit-type sites were found. Many ceramics and Haji Ware such as Suzu-yaki ware pots produced in the area that ...
Sanno Nishiyosa Sites
The Sanno Toheidagoshi Sites are from settlements dating from the 14th and 15th centuries. Homes with posts dug into the ground, and tateana pit-type sites were found. Many ceramics and Haji Ware such as Suzu-yaki ware pots produced in the area that ...
Nakabayashi
The area name, Nakabayashi, appeared in historical documents from the 14th century. The Hayashi Clan, ruler of the entire area, led a group of samurai. The clan was brought to ruin, however, for its allegiance to Emperor Gotoba, who had been defeate...
Suematsu Burial Mound
Many sites were discovered in Suematsu. The biggest discovery was the former site of Suematsu Temple, a large temple in ancient times. This area is located at a high elevation (35-40m above sea level) in the alluvial fan of the Tedori River. Due to t...
Former Site of Hofukuji Temple
Many sites were discovered in Suematsu. The biggest discovery was the former site of Suematsu Temple, a large temple in ancient times. This area is located at a high elevation (35-40m above sea level) in the alluvial fan of the Tedori River. Due to t...
Former Site of Odachi Yakata
Many sites were discovered in Suematsu. The biggest discovery was the former site of Suematsu Temple, a large temple in ancient times. This area is located at a high elevation (35-40m above sea level) in the alluvial fan of the Tedori River. Due to t...
Former Site of Kogendo Yakata
Many sites were discovered in Suematsu. The biggest discovery was the former site of Suematsu Temple, a large temple in ancient times. This area is located at a high elevation (35-40m above sea level) in the alluvial fan of the Tedori River. Due to t...
Former Site of Suematsu Shinano Yakata
Many sites were discovered in Suematsu. The biggest discovery was the former site of Suematsu Temple, a large temple in ancient times. This area is located at a high elevation (35-40m above sea level) in the alluvial fan of the Tedori River. Due to t...
Suematsu Temple Sites
These sites are from the Suematsu Temple that was built in the late 7th century. It was known from Edo Period (1603-1868). In 1937, an excavation led by local resident Seiko Takamura discovered that this site was an ancient temple. In 1939, it was de...
Wado-kaichin Silver Coin
In 1961, local resident Seiko Takamura found a silver Wado-kaichin coin in an irrigation canal on the west side of the Main Hall at the Suematsu Temple Sites. This historically important artifact led to a full-scale excavation at a later date. Wado-...
Kambayashi Shinjo Sites
Excavations conducted at the Kambayashi Shinjo Sites between 1990 and 1995 covered a total area of 40,750m2. Settlements that existed from the beginning of the 7th century to the end of the 9th century were found. Uncovered were 85 tateana (pit-type)...
Kambayashi Burial Mound
Kambayashi burial mound was found at the west end of Kambayashi Shinjo Sites in 1991. While the grave mounds and internal structures had been destroyed, the lower masonry in the horizontal stone chamber used for burials remained. The stone chamber ...
Kamishinjo Nishiura Sites
The Kamishinjo Nishiura Sites are located to the south of the Shinjo 2-chome junction. Excavation in 1989 uncovered settlements dating from the late 3rd and 9th centuries. In the settlements dating from the 8th and 9th centuries, five tateana (pit-ty...
Shimoshinjo Tanakada Sites
The Shimoshinjo Tanakada Sites were excavated in 1994. The excavation uncovered three tateana (pit-type) dwellings and four homes with posts dug into the ground. However, the excavated area was the outer edge of the settlement, and the center of the ...
Shimoshinjo Arachi Sites
The Shimoshinjo Tanakada Sites were excavated in 1994. The excavation uncovered three tateana (pit-type) dwellings and four homes with posts dug into the ground. However, the excavated area was the outer edge of the settlement, and the center of the ...
Awada Sites
The Awada Sites date from the late Jomon Period (approx. 3,000 years ago) to the early 18th century. They spread about 600m from north to south, and 500m from east to west. No homes from the Jomon Period were found; however, straw rope-patterned pott...
Nagaike Nishitanbo Sites
The Nagaike Kitanohashi Sites are the remnants of a settlement that existed from the late 14th to the early 16th century. Excavation unearthed two types of residential areas separated into larger and smaller sections. Residential areas feature houses...