When you hold your convention in Himeji, please enjoy a sightseeing tour and an excursion to visit facilities.
Built over 400 years ago, Himeji Castle was constructed on a site with over 600 years of historical significance. It is a symbol of Himeji and contains many national treasures, important cultural properties, legends, and more.
Located in the northwest part of Himeji City, Chokyo-ji Temple of the Tendai Sect was opened in 966 by the Shoku Shonin and is called the Mt. Hiei of the West.
This Japanese style garden with a path around a pond was opened in 1992 with a view of Himeji Castle, the World Heritage Site and National Treasure. You can enjoy walking through the gates and hedges of nine different styles of gardens.
We further comprehensive research on synchrotron radiation, focusing on SPring-8, a large synchrotron radiation facility that can generate the world's highest performance radiation.
This red brick art museum is situated in the beautiful scenery of this historic site, looking up on Himeji Castle, a World Cultural Heritage Site that rises up like a white birch.
This modern building, designed by Kenzo Tange, is located to the northeast of Himeji Castle. It exhibits materials on the history and climate of Hyogo and Himeji Castle.
This leisure facility combines an amusement park with a safari park. Its drive-through safari, which you can ride in your own car, or on a sightseeing bus, is popular.
This museum consists of six white-walled kura style buildings. It houses 90,000 toys and dolls from over 160 countries around the world, with a focus on local Japanese toys.
Located to the northwest of Himeji Castle, this museum was designed by architect Tadao Ando as a space to interact with the space and literature surrounding Himeji Castle.
This museum exhibits works and collections of the late Tokuji Shimizu, former steward of Todaiji Temple, as well as Himeji's traditional crafts and local toys from around Japan.
This wonderful theme park allows you to experience heritage from countries around the world. It consists of two areas, the Stone Area and the Castle Area.
This art museum was established to spread the influence of Enzan Ijiri, a researcher known for his research of Borobudur Temple, the world's largest Buddhist archaeological site, located in Indonesia.
For more information, please visit the link below
for the Himeji Sightseeing Navigation — Hime-no-Michi site.