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|Elevation||653.1 m (2,143 ft)|
|Location||Sanda, Hyōgo, Japan|
|Parent range||Tamba Highland|
This mountain was one of the important mountains of the enduring ascetic practices for Shugenja monks. Still there is a small shrine on the top. Near the top of the mountain there was a Buddhist temple, called ‘Ōfunadera’, which was said to be constructed in the 6th century. However the temple moved to the foot of the mountain in 1499. Today, visitors can find guideposts of shapes of Jizo Buddha carved in the 14th century in the mountain.