Hagi, Nagato

Ebisugahana Shipyard Remains
  • Ebisugahana Shipyard Remains
  • Hagi, Nagato
  • In 1853, the shogunate removed the ban of large ship construction for the purpose of strengthening armaments and co...
Hagi Reverberatory Furnace
  • Hagi Reverberatory Furnace
  • Hagi, Nagato
  • Built in 1858 for manufacturing material of battleship cannon etc. The furnace consists of basalt and bricks on ...
Higashiushirobata Tanada
  • Higashiushirobata Tanada
  • Hagi, Nagato
  • Creates a beautiful scenery with Japan sea below. The harmony of Isaribi (fire for lurshing fish) and paddy field ...
Kaimagari
  • Kaimagari
  • Hagi, Nagato
  • Kaimagari is the street with turns like a key has for the purpose of defense in the battle to make enemy's sight u...
Birthplace of Shoin Yoshida
  • Birthplace of Shoin Yoshida
  • Hagi, Nagato
  • Birthplace of Yoshida Shoin located in a view spot of Hagi. He lived in here until 19. A bronze statue of Shoin an...
Hagi Glass Studio (Hagi-glass workshop)
Hagi / Grand Tea Assembly
  • Hagi / Grand Tea Assembly
  • Hagi, Nagato
  • The tea ceremony of Hagi dates back to the Hagi han era. Due to the 4 different schools of tea ceremony in the city...
Former Residence of Kubota Family
  • Former Residence of Kubota Family
  • Hagi, Nagato
  • It is said that the Shoshichi, the first generation of Kubota family entered Hagi from Omi (Shiga prefecture) in th...
Kikuya Residence
  • Kikuya Residence
  • Hagi, Nagato
  • Residence of a wealthy merchant in the domain, Kikuya family. It was designated to the official accommodation for ...
Kiwado Hot Spring Center
  • Kiwado Hot Spring Center
  • Hagi, Nagato
  • Located on top of a hill where you can observe both Fukawa bay and Omijima island. Have a relaxing time in the out...
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