Going through the gate with clear color, which seems like the Romon gate in China, you can see a rocky mountain standing out before your eyes.
Climbing the stone stairs and clambering up the steel chain, you will find a cascade temple on the side of a precipice.
The temple is built like being held by boulders. The patron of this temple is Monk Kobo-daishi.
There is a cave in the boulder. At Gejin (The place for worship), Dainichi Nyorai Buddha image and Yakushi Nyorai Buddha image are enshrined, while at Naijin(The inner chapel)of the main temple where the scent of smoke pervades the air, a magnificent Fudo for talismans, looks powerful but seems to embrace us gently; many people come to worship to drive out their evil spirits.
At the bottom of the cave, Honzon Fudo Myoo image is enshrined, which is HibutsuBussha image exhibited once in 30 years.
This cave bequeathed the ashram for prayer where Monk Kobo-daishi has stayed for100days to help people.
Every time worshipers come on, we pray (Goma service) as best we can, inheriting the will from Monk Kobo-daishi, and many people from abroad come to worship here to see this vigorous activity.