Mt. Ibukiyama has long been worshipped as a place where a water god dwells. The god of Mt. Ibukiyama, defeater of Yamatotakeru, is said to be a large snake and is worshipped as a god of water. Trainees have come since the Nara period (710-794) to attempt to obtain the power of this god by meditating under the waterfalls on the mountain, and large temples have been constructed on each ridge.
|Address||Maibara City, Shiga|
|Inquiries||History Cultural Assets Protection Division, Board of Education Office, Santo Government Office, Maibara City Office, Shiga
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