All Landmarks in Kanagawa Prefecture

Kanagawa Prefecture Landmarks

Guide to Kanagawa Prefecture landmarks which includes significant buildings, bridges, statues, intersections and structures in Kanagawa Prefecture.

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    Lake Ashi

    Lake Ashi Hakone is a popular tourist destination, famous for the Hakone Pirate Ships and on a clear day, views of Mount Fuji. Other views on and from the edge of Lake Ashi include the surrounding mountains and the floating torii of Hakone Shrine. Lake Ashi (芦ノ湖 Ashino-ko), often referred to as Read more [...]

  • Yokohama Media Tower

    Yokohama Media Tower is a 253 meter high office building of NTT (Nippon Telegraph & Telephone) which was completed in 1999. Yokohama Media Tower is the second tallest tower in Yokohama and is illuminated at night with the colour of the each month.

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    Wakamiya Oji

    Wakamiya Oji is the main avenue of Kamakura which goes from the sea to the most important shrine, Tsurugaoka Shrine. There are three torii along Wakamiya Oji, one close to the sea (Hama no Otorii – Great Beach Torii), which signifies the strong connection between the shrine and the sea.

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    Mt Komagatake

    Mt Komagatake is a mountain in the Hakone region which features the Hakone Komagatake Ropeway, scenic views of Lake Ashi and surrounds. The summit of Mt Komagatake also features part of the Hakone Jinja Shrine.

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    Komachi Dori

    Komachi Dori (small town street) is a street in Kamakura packed with a great range of restaurants and stores run by fine artisans. Komachi Dori runs parallel to Wakamiya-oji, from the Kamakura Station to Tsurugaoka Shrine.

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    Fudotaki Waterfall

    Fudotaki Waterfall is a beautiful waterfall, which appears in front of you at the end of the pretty Manyo Park track. Close by this attractive 15m (49ft) waterfall is a stone statue of Fudomyo-o, a powerful god associated with averting evil.