The yellow carpet dyed by fallen leaves is also a must-see

Fukuda Jinja Shrine has large 650-year-old ginkgo trees on its grounds, and they are impressive.
The shrine is loved as "Omiyasama," its other name. The Omiya Odori Dance, which is passed down here, is designated as an important intangible folk culture asset of the country.
Many cultural assets are kept here, such as treasures of dedicated swords and idols of deities, ancient masks, and stone guardian dogs. They are also known as designated cultural assets of Maniwa.
Also, during the Obon season, the shrine is used as a venue for the Hiruzen Fireworks Festival, a feature of summers in Hiruzen. On August 15th, the Omiya Odori Dance is an all-out event.