Daichi-ji is a Zen Buddhist temple located in Shiga Prefecture.
Tonomura Uhei's Mansion is a preserved merchants building with many collections from the Edo period remaining in great condition.
The Miho Museum was designed by Ieoh Ming Pei, the architect who designed the glass pyramid at the Louvre. This museum contains a collection of over 2000 pieces
Hachiman-bori is a canal that runs through Omihachiman City and is connected to Lake Biwa.
Nakae Jungoro's Mansion is a well-preserved merchant's building located in the conservation area of Higashiomi.
The Shoho-ji Temple is a Buddhist Temple affiliated with the Ohbakusan Manpukuji Temple. Inside the temple is the Gifu Daibutsu also called The Great Buddha of
Rinno-ji is a Buddhist temple built in 766 and is part of the "Shrines and Temples of Nikko", which was designated UNESCO World Heritage. It had strong ties wit
Kawagoe's temple is usually visited as part of a tour of four temples in the area. It is also known for the antique fair held on the 28th of each month.
Henjyo-ji Temple is an ancient temple originally built in 989.
Mie-ji Temple (also known as (Mie-ji Kannon) is a Buddhist temple in Gifu City.
Zuiryo-ji Temple is a Buddhist temple of the Rinzai sect.