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Designated Cultual Assets in Inami-cho

[2010年3月1日]

1.Gorinto or Five Storied Monument (Tangible CulturalAsset、Stone Monument)

Gorinto or Five Storied Monument (Tangible CulturalAsset、Stone Monument)

Location: 13 Nakamura, Inami-cho ,Kako-gun,675-1122
Designated on July1,1991
It has been put up in the graveyard of Enkoji Temple. There is an inscriptionon it which says "the year 1468" though it is illegible becauseof the weathering.

2.Kaizukaibuki or Juniperus Chinensis Linn (NaturalMonument)

Kaizukaibuki or Juniperus Chinensis Linn (NaturalMonument)

Location: 14 Nakamura, Inami-cho (Enkoji Temple)
Designated on July20, 1989
It stands in the precincts of Enkoji Temple. It is 7 m in height The branchis 6.6m wide. It is estimated to be 350 to 400 years old and the oldestin the town.

3.Standing Image of Jizo Bodhisattva (Tangible CulturalAsset, Stone Sculpture)

Standing Image of Jizo Bodhisattva (Tangible CulturalAsset, Stone Sculpture)

Location: 348 Rokubuichi,Inami-cho, Kako-gun 675-1112
Designated on July 20,1989
When it was made is unknown. It is estimated to have been made sometimebetween 1333 and 1568. It is 1.3m in height Its lower part is under theground and the total height is unclear. It is also called "Otabi Jizo".There is a legend that a man named Kyuzo was given a treasure ball by theJizo Bodhisattva.

4.Standing Image of Jizo Budhisattva (Tangible CulturalAsset, Stone Monument)

Standing Image of Jizo Budhisattva (Tangible CulturalAsset, Stone Monument)

Location: 328 Kuniyasu,Inami-cho, Kako-gun 675-1114
Designated on July20,1989
When it was made is unknown. It is estimated to have been made in the Nanboku-cho Era(1333-1336). It has been well preserved and the height isabout 1.2m.

5.Gorinto or Five Storied Stone Monument (TangibleCultural Asset, Stone Monument)

Gorinto or Five Storied Stone Monument (TangibleCultural Asset, Stone Monument)

Location:328 Kuniyasu, Inami-cho, Kako-gun 675-1114
Designated on July20,1989.
There is an inscription on it which says March18,1369. It is the oldestinscribed stone monument in Inami Town.

6.Hokyointo (Tangible Cultural Asset , Stone Monument)

Hokyointo (Tangible Cultural Asset , Stone Monument)

Location:328 Kuniyasu,Inami-cho,Kako-gun 675-1114
Designated on July 20,1989
There is an inscription "Meitokugenko March…(1390-1394). The upperpart was broken off but it has been totally well preserved. It is estimatedto have been made in the same period as Five Storied Monument in the samesite.

7.Noderayama Ko-onji DemonWarding-Off Festival (Folk Cultural Asset)

Noderayama Ko-onji DemonWarding-Off Festival (Folk Cultural Asset)

Held at Ko-onji Temple located at 851 Nodera, Inami-cho,Kako-gun 675-1104
Designated on December 24,1992
The festival is held at Kan-non Do Hall in Ko-onji Temple on February 9and 10 every year. The red demon represents an incarnation of Bishamontenor the God of War and Defense. The blue demon represents an incarnationof Fudomyo-o or the Deity of Fire in Hinduism. Dancing to a drum and "hora"or a trumpet shell whistle with torches in their hands, two demons throwtorches away. The present demon masks are about 250 years old.

8.Torii Gate(Tangible Cultural Asset, Stone Structure)

Torii Gate(Tangible Cultural Asset, Stone Structure)

Location: 348 Rokubuichi,Inami-cho, Kako-gun 675-1112
Designated on July 1, 1991
It stands close to "Otabi Jizo" It has been set up to face TenmaShrine about 800m north of it.
It is estimated to have been made sometime between Muromchi Period andEdo Period(1333-1868)

9.Old Relicsof Banshu Winery(Historic Relics)

Old Relicsof Banshu Winery(Historic Relics)

Location:696-3 In-nami ,Inami-cho,Kako-gun 675-1111
Designated on January 28,1997
It was a government-owned winery completed in 1886. The excavation hasfound the attic floor and the front porch of the winery with red brickson them.

10.Excavated Articles from the winery and the vineyard (Archiological Material)

ExcavatedArticles from the winery and the vineyard (Archiological Material)

Designated on March 19,1998
10 bottles kept in the wooden box (3 of them have contained some liquor)and a tile with an inscription "Promotion of Agriculture Section,Ministry of Domestic Affairs" These are precious items which showthe existence of Banshu Winery and Vineyard.

11.Old Relics of BanshuVineyard (Historic Relics)

Old Relics of BanshuVineyard (Historic Relics)

Location:376-1 In-nami,Inami-cho,Kako-gun 675-1111 Designated on July 20,1989
The test vineyard owned by the Meiji Government was opened in March ,1880.
Foreign grapes were grown and wine and brandy were produced here. It wasa project made to promote business by the Meiji Government. It was soldoff to the private sector in 1888 and later it was closed around 1890s.

12.Tenjin Mandala (Tangible CulturalAsset, Painting)

Tenjin Mandala (Tangible CulturalAsset, Painting)

Kept at 539 Kuniyasu, Inami-cho,Kako-gun 675-1114 (Tenma Shrine)
Designated on July 20,1989.
It consists of three pictures. It is estimated to have been made in thelate Muromachi Period(1336-1568). It describes the life of Michizane Sugahara,agreat scholar in the Heian Period(710-800).

13.Murakata Banji Giteisho(TangibleCultural Asset, Historical Document)

Murakata Banji Giteisho(TangibleCultural Asset, Historical Document)

Kept at 4368-2 Kako,Inami-cho, Kako-gun 675-1105 Designated on April 21,1995
Old paper document published in 1663. The pledge among three developersof Kako Village and 146 new comers to the village. Village regulationsand promises to keep orders in the village were described in it. It isa very precious document concerning the development of the new farmland.

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