Report on Places of Scenic Beauty and Historic Sites Designation Submitted

years:November 2013

On November 15, the Council for Cultural Affairs (Commissioner: MIYATA Ryōhei) submitted a report on the following places to be designated as Places of Scenic Beauty or Historic Sites to SHIMOMURA Hakubun, Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology. The list includes two places such as scenic spots on the ‘Oku no hosomichi’, the route travelled by the haiku master MATSUO Bashō through Mutsu and Hokuriku regions, to be designated as Places of Scenic Beauty; nine places such as Miyawaki temple ruins (Date City, Fukushima Prefecture), where the connection between the Muromachi shogunate and the Date clan is indicated, to be designated as Historic Sites; four places such as the Former Nanbu Family Villa Gardens (Morioka City) to be registered as Registered Monuments; and five places such as the Miyazu Amanohashidate Cultural Landscape (Miyazu City, Kyoto Prefecture) to be selected as Important Cultural Landscapes. (Japanese)

created: 27/10/2021
modified: 15/02/2023 (Update History)
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