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Japan’s Tentative List for World Heritage

Japan's Tentative List for World Heritage

(update 25/06/2014)

Cultural Heritage Sites
Name Registered on Location
1 Temples, Shrines and other structures of Ancient Kamakura 1992 Pref. Kanagawa
2 Hikone-Jo (castle) 1992 Pref. Shiga
3 Churches and Christian Sites in Nagasaki 2007 Pref. Nagasaki
4 Asuka-Fujiwara: Archaeological sites of Japan’s Ancient Capitals and Related Properties 2007 Pref. Nara
5 Main Building of National Museum of Western Art 2007 Tokyo
6 Jomon Archaeological Sites in Hokkaido, Northern Tohoku, and other regions 2009 Pref. Hokaido, Pref. Aomori Pref. Iwate, Pref. Akita, and other prefecture concerned
7 The Modern Industrial Heritage Sites in Kyushu and Yamaguchi 2009 Pref. Fukuoka, Pref. Saga, Pref. Nagasaki, Pref. Kumamoto, Pref. Kagoshima, and Pref. Yamaguchi
8 Okinoshima Island and Related Sites in Munakata Region 2009 Pref. Fukuoka
9 The Sado complex of heritage Mines, primarily gold mines 2010 Pref. Niigata
10 Mozu-Furuichi Kofungun,Ancient Tumulus Clusters 2010 Pref. Osaka
11 Hiraizumi – Temples, Gardens and Archaeological Sites Representing the Buddhist Pure Land (extension) 2012 Pref. Iwate
Natural Heritage Sites
Name Registered on Location
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