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Nakayama is in between Narita And Haneda International Airport

中山・下総・散歩道

The Mysterious Landmarks in Nakayama Shimousa

the cherry tree in Mamasan Guhojithe rose garden in Satomi Park fall in Mamasan Guhojifall in Satomi Park
In this page, some landmarks having mysterious stories in some noted spots in Ichikawa, Edogawa, Urayasu, Funabashi, Matsudo, Katsushika, Kamagaya and so forth are introduced. Now this page starts with seven spots in Ichikawashi, so it could be called Seven Wonders in Ichikawa, but the spots could be added more and mor in Ichikawa and other cities. Anyway, some mysterious spots, a small bamboo forest banned to enter called 'Yawata no Yabushirazu', Kabuto Daijinja Shrine, Yonaki Ishi (a stone crying at night), Namida Ishi (a tear stone), Kubikiri Jizo (a decapitated Jizo), Jounji Temple in Gyotoku and a stone Christian lantern in Myokakuji Temple are famous in Ichikawa City. Why don't you visit them?

The Landmarks with Something Mysteriousa Stories

a stone step always wets called Namidaishi

Namida Ishi (The Tear Stone) in Mamasan Guhoji Temple

It is called Namida Ishi (the tear stone) since a stone in the stone steps of the temple looks wet.
a stone called Yonaki Ishi in Satomi Park

Yonaki Ishi (a stone crying at night) in Satomi Park

This stone tells a sad story about the battles of Konodai in Sengoku Period.

Yawata no Yabushirazu

Yawata no Yabushirazu

It is said that it has been banned to enter into this small forest since Edo period.
Kabuto Daijinja Shrine

Kabuto Daijinja Shrine

It has a story that samurais passing it on their horsebacks could fall down.

Kubikiri Jizo  in Enmeiji

Kubikiri Jizo (a decapitated Jizo) in Enmeiji Temple in Gyotoku

The Jizo tells a sad story about a couple in Edo Period.
Daimokusan Jounji Temple

The North Faced Nichiren in Daimokusan Jounji Temple

This temple has a comical and humorous story.

a Christian Lantern in Myokakuji

The Stone Christian Lantern in Shokakusan Myokakuji Temple

It was a remain of Christian belief in Japan in Edo period.