From ancient times the shrine is befriended with “Mima’s Oinarisan”. Enshrined on the grounds of Ryūkō-ji The main shrine is a representative of the shinbutsu-shūgō era and a registered tangible cultural property of Uwajima. ※ shinbutsu-shūgō is the syncretism of Buddhism and kami worship
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Shikoku’s pilgrimage’s 41st temple catches the eye with a red torii at the temple gates. Widely known as “Mima’s Oinarisan", it’s or...
The history of “Iseki Co., Ltd." founder Iseki Kunisaburo and the agricultural machinery, he developed are in the centre of this ex...
The art gallery shows a collection of about 300 works by Mima born artist Azechi Umetaro. The exhibitions introduces you to the artists l...