Wakayama prefecture

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Wakayama Prefecture is located in the Kinki Region of the island of Honshu, Japan. The capital is at Wakayama.

Flag of Wakayama Prefecture.svg

Maps[edit]

Wakayama (capital city) 和歌山市[edit]

Wakayama Castle / 和歌山城[edit]

Wakayama Castle / 和歌山城

Wakanoura / 和歌浦[edit]

Wakanoura / 和歌浦

Museums / 博物館[edit]

Other views / その他[edit]

Kainan / 海南市[edit]

Kainan (Kainan-shi) is a town located in Wakayama Prefecture.

Kushimoto / 串本町[edit]

Kushimoto (Kushimoto-cho) is a town located in Wakayama Prefecture.

Mt. Koya / 高野山町[edit]

Mt. Koya is in Koya-cho, Wakayama Prefecture. Many prominent daimyo have graves at Mt. Koya. (A person might have multiple graves.)

Nachi Katsuura / 那智勝浦町[edit]

Nachi Katsuura is part of Wakayama Prefecture. The region includes the three Kumano Shrines, the Nachi waterfall, and Nachi Katsuura.

Shingu / 新宮市[edit]

Shingu (Shingu-shi) is a town located in Wakayama Prefecture.

Shirahama / 白浜町[edit]

Shirahama (Shirahama-cho) is a town located in Wakayama Prefecture. Nanki-Shirahama Onsen is one of the most famous hot springs in Japan.

Other views / その他[edit]

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