Ishiusuzuka (millstones mound)
Home to masonry where a mound of millstones sits quietly in the Kodomari area of Sado
Kodomari in the Hamochi area prospered from masonry, together with the adjacent Tsubakio area in Mano. Masons in Kodomari also gained a widespread reputation as sculptors of Buddhist stone statues. Millstones used to be one of life's necessities, but with the progress of the times, they slid into obscurity. The mound of millstones was founded by locals to express regret. In 1977, millstones at each household were collected and and then dedicated to Hakusan Shrine in the area.
- Heritage and Relics
- 1494 Hamochi Kodomari, Sado, Niigata 952-0514
- Transport Access
- Ogi Port Approx 15 by car
- Nearest bus stop
- Kodomari（Ogi Line） Approx. 1 minutes on foot from bus stop
- Approximately 55 minutes by car from Sado Kisen's Ryotsu Ferry Terminal
Points of interest near Ishiusuzuka (millstones mound)
- Shrines and Buddhist Temples
- Noh Stages
Kodomari Hakusan Shrine Noh Stage
Sitting along Route 350, Kodomari Hakusan Shrine features a well-kept precinct and buildings. The shrine is beli...
- Government-run Facilities
- Craft Experiences
Fusubemura is a hands-on learning centre located in Kodomari, with an accommodation available on-site. One cotta...
- Gift Shops
- Gold and Silver Mines
Sado Nishimikawa Gold Park
Sado Nishimikawa Gold Park is a hands-on facility situated on the old site of Nishimikawa Gold Dust Mine, which ...