Located near Tama River's Futako Bridge. It is said to have been built in 1641 and was the village shrine of the former Futago mura.
Walk the Historic Oyama Route from Futago to Mizonokuchi
Since olden times, Mt. Oyama has been known as a mountain where god of rain resides in, and pilgrims used to visit it to pray for rain. Even today, it bustles with people who want to pay a visit to Oyama like pilgrims used to do. Enjoy strolling a historical route from Futago through Mizonokuchi, which used to be one of the busiest paths in the area, and feel the footsteps of the pilgrims in the past.
Okamoto Kanoko, who played an active part in the literary world from the Taisho period to Showa period, was born in Futako. The Okamoto Kanoko Literary Monument...
A monument that has been carved with poetry by Kunikida Doppo, a famous poet and novelist.
During the Edo period, there was a large stone bridge and Mizonokuchi・Futagoshuku prospered.
Famous shrine to pray for safe delivery, child-rearing, marriage, and safety.