Furumine Jinja Shrine

The shrine enshrines Yamato Takeru no Mikoto.
It is also called “Tengu no Mori (the forest of a long-nosed goblin),” having been worshipped since ancient times as a shrine to fend off potential disasters that otherwise may fall upon worshippers.
Also, it is possible to enjoy in all seasons “Furumine-en,” a stroll-round Japanese garden utilizing crystal stream from the headstream of the Oashigawa River and the natural landscape.