Built in 709, Kuwayama-jinja Shrine is also known as Kuwayama Daimyojin or Yata-jinja Shrine. Long ago, the area around this shrine was a lake of mud, but according to legend, Onamuchi no Mikoto (the Shinto god enshrined here) took a hoe and cleft open the Uketa Gorge to drain the water, and gave the people a harvest in the form of cultivated fields. In thanks for this, it is said that the local people enshrined him here with the name Kuwayama Daimyojin. Kuwayama-jinja Shrine is also known as a spot for viewing colorful autumn leaves.
- 22-2 Kamigaichi Yamiyada-cho, Kameoka City, Kyoto Prefecture
- From Kameoka Station on the JR Sagano Line, take Keihan Kyoto Kotsu bus to "Yadaguchi" bus stop and walk for about 20 minutes.
From Kameoka Station on the JR Sagano Line, take Kameoka City Community Bus (east course) and get off at "Kuwayama Shrine" bus stop.
- Available (fee required depending on the season)