A group of rocky peaks that seems to separate Ebisudani. The Iwafune group that cleaves the sky has been a long-lasting object of awe, and in the ancient documents of the Heian era, it is expressed as a place where the devil lives. However, the rocky peak became known as a "senkyo" and was used as a training ground where the monks come and go, and it became a source linking the East and West cultures. Also, this place was used as a hideout from the fleeting world by people such as Ashikaga Takauji and Yoshida Mitsuyoshi.
|Name of Cultural Asset||Nakayama Senkyo (Ebisudani)|
|Designation Status||National place of scenic beauty, Prefectural historic site, Prefectural tangible cultural property|
|Category||Carved Buddha Figure , Beautiful Landscape|
|Role Played in Story||You can overlook the Iwafune group once called the "Daimasho." The ridge is a training ground, and rock caves and Mumyo Bridge are located here.|
|Location of Cultural Asset||Ebisu Bungotakada|