"The date of the establishment of this shrine is unclear. However, it has been associated with the famous Tenmanguu shrines since the Edo period (1603-1868). The shrine grounds include a main hall (honden), a hall of worship (haiden), an ema (votive tablet) hall (emaden), a shrine office (shamusho), and a ceremony hall (shikijou). The stone lantern to the right of the main hall is from the Momoyama period (1583-1600). Once every two years, a festival is held here celebrating the autumn harvest. A portable shrineknown as the zuiki-mikoshi is decorated with 30 types of grain and vegetable and paraded through Tanabe."
10 minutes on foot from Shintanabe St.(Kintetsu line)