UNESCO World Heritage – Sites of Japan’s Meiji Industrial Revolution
Sites of Japan’s Meiji Industrial Revolution: Iron and Steel, Shipbuilding and Coal Mining, not only holds structural value within itself but also, holds historic value in terms of world history as it demonstrates the rapid growth Japan had gone through just in roughly 50 years. It was the first successful adaptation of the western industrial technology by a non-western nation. The monuments were selected for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List in July, 2015. Two of the locations are in Fukuoka Prefecture – Miike Coal Mine in Omuta City and Yawata Steel Works of Kitakyushu City.
* Image(s), contact info belong to Omuta City, Miike Coal Mine.
|Address||836-0875 1-86-3 Miyaharamachi, Omuta City, Fukuoka Prefecture|
Omuta City UNESCO World Heritage and Cultural Heritage Section
|Parking||Available (large-sized vehicles: 10, compact cars: 132)|
|Access||Nishitetsu Bus Katsutachi Bound to Hayaganemeganebashi from JR Omuta Station, 7 min-walk from Hayaganemeganebashi bus stop.|
|Times Available||Open all year (10am – 5pm)
* Restroom available (universally accessible)
|Genre||Historical Assets and Castles (History and Culture) Industrial Tourism (Industrial Tourism)|
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