A Fudomyooh statue with a height of 230 cm and a Magaibutsu of Kongaradoji and that of Seitakadoji. The figure engraved with the same size as Madono Obata of Maki Odo almost was made near Nabeyama Ize irrigating the Jusato paddy fields in Tashibu Ueno area. By the way, Nabeyama is a rocky mountain with Katsuragawa river across the rock wall with a Magaibutsu, and is a scenic spot to honor Kaibara Ekken and Inoue Enryo.
|Name of Cultural Asset||Nabeyama Magaibutsu|
|Designation Status||National historic site|
|Category||Acala , Carved Buddha Figure|
|Role Played in Story||Round-faced and gentle-looking Fudomyooh is also considered as a deity that watches over the Nabeyama Ise water source by the villagers since ancient times.|
|Location of Cultural Asset||Tashibuueno Bungotakada|
|Suggested Itineraries||初詣モデルコースＢ 田染三社と磨崖仏|