The largest nationwide Nanji site Nationally designated historic site Kazusa Kokubun Nanji site
Nationally designated historic site Kamiso Kokubunnji Temple Ruins Restoration Corridor
Buddhist nun temple lantern
Kokubunnanji Temple Illuminated

Nationally designated historic site Kazusa Kokubunnji Temple Ruins

The ruins of Nunji, the largest in Japan.The patterns of the excavated roof tiles are the arabesque and lotus patterns used in Heijokyo, which incorporate the latest trends of the city and remind us of the prosperity of Kazusa in the past.In addition to the exhibition hall, the central gate and corridor have been restored to the historic site.

Address

3-5-2 Kokubunjidaichuo, Ichihara

Phone Number

0436-23-9853 (City Hometown Culture Division)

Business hours

Exhibition Hall 9:00 to 17:00 (16:30)

Museum Holidays

Monday (in the case of a holiday, a day other than the holiday immediately after that), 12/29 to 1/3

Parking Lot

(In front of the exhibition hall) 4 ordinary cars, 1 for people with disabilities, etc.
(Visitor parking lot) 14 ordinary cars, XNUMX large buses

Directions

About 10 minutes by car from the Ichihara IC on the Tateyama Expressway
From the East Exit of Goi Station on the JR Uchibo Line, take the Kominato Railway Bus bound for Kokubunjidai or Yamakura Children's Country, and get off at "Ichihara City Hall", then walk for 10 minutes.