|Tokushima Castle Museum
|1-8, Tokushimachō Jōnai
|Town or city
|Tokushima, Tokushima Prefecture
Tokushima Castle Museum (徳島市立徳島城博物館, Tokushima shiritsu Tokushima-jō hakubutsukan) opened in Tokushima, Japan, in 1992. The museum is located in a garden with the ruins of Tokushima Castle, and features exhibits about the history of the castle.
Tokushima Awaodori Airport is a joint civil-military public airport in Matsushige, Tokushima, Japan, near the city of Tokushima.
Pocari Sweat Stadium (ポカリスエットスタジアム) or Naruto Otsuka Sports Park Pocari Sweat Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Naruto, Tokushima, Japan. The stadium is named after Pocari Sweat.
Tokushima Station is a junction passenger railway station located in the city of Tokushima in Tokushima Prefecture, Japan, operated by the Shikoku Railway Company.
Tokushima is the capital city of Tokushima Prefecture on Shikoku island in Japan. As of 1 July 2022, the city had an estimated population of 249,865 in 122085 households and a population density of 1305 persons per km². The total area of the city is 191.52 square kilometres (73.95 sq mi).
Mount Bizan is a mountain in the city of Tokushima in Tokushima Prefecture. The mountain's name is written with the characters for eyebrow and mountain. Bizan is said to have earned this name because the mountain resembles the contures of an eyebrow from all directions. Regarded as a symbol of Tokushima City, the name Mount Bizan appears in many school songs in the city district, such as the Tokushima Prefectural Jonan High School, Tokushima Municipal High School and many more.
The Tokushima Arts Foundation for Culture (徳島県郷土文化会館) is a multi-purpose cultural facility found in the Aiba-cho district in Tokushima City, Tokushima Prefecture. It sits on the grounds of the Aibahama Park and runs alongside the Shinmachi River.
Tokushima 1st district (徳島県第1区) is a constituency of the House of Representatives in the Diet of Japan, located in Tokushima Prefecture on the island of Shikoku.
Tokushima at-large district was a constituency of the House of Councillors in the Diet of Japan. It consists of Tokushima Prefecture and elects two Councillors, one every three years by a first-past-the-post system for a six-year term. In the first election in 1947, Tokushima like all districts used single non-transferable vote to elect both its Councillors in one election.
Tokushima Prefectural Museum is a prefectural museum in Tokushima, Japan, dedicated to the nature, archaeology, history, folklore, and art of Tokushima Prefecture. It first opened in 1959 and reopened in new premises in 1990.
The Awa Tanuki Gassen (阿波狸合戦) is a Japanese legend that takes place in the Awa Province. The legend is about a great war between two tanuki powers.
Tokushima Prefectural Buried Cultural Properties Research Centre opened in Itano, Tokushima Prefecture, Japan, in 1995. The collection includes a dōtaku excavated in Yano, Tokushima City which has been designated an Important Cultural Property. Publications include an Annual Bulletin and Research Reports.
Tokushima Archaeological Museum opened in Tokushima, Japan, in 1998. The collection includes artefacts from the Jōmon to the Nara and Heian periods.
Tokushima Castle was an Edo period Japanese castle located in the city of Tokushima, Tokushima Prefecture, Japan. Its ruins have been protected as a National Historic Site since 1957. Its Omotegoten Gardens are designated a national Place of Scenic Beauty.
FC Tokushima are a Japanese football club based in Yoshinogawa, Tokushima. They currently play in the Shikoku Soccer League, which part of Japanese Regional Leagues.