Shinto shrines, Buddhist temples and historic landmarks
This Koyasan Shingon sect temple was built in 1570, and
sits on Iga-goe Road. Ieyasu is said to have stopped to
rest here. Old plum trees with reddish pink blossoms are
located inside the precinct. Archetypal scenes expand
around the temple, and this type of area is often referred
to as a typical Japanese “furusato” (hometown).
Okuyamada Gakedani 17, Ujitawara-cho, Tsuzuki-gun