It was written as "Karakama no-Yashiro Shrine" in Izumo no kuni fudoki (the topography of Izumo Province) ,and "Karakama-jinja Shrine" in Engishiki (an ancient book for codes and procedures on national rites and prayers) in the Heian period.
Susano-no-mikoto, the enshrined deity, traveled to Silla, and was introduced to Japan in the' ironware culture' such as the' method of tree planting' and the production method of Tatara.
Kama in Karakama means a smelting furnace.
In front of the main shrine, you have to pass through the crack of the difficult rock.
The width is about 45 centimeters, so some people who are big may have to give up.
When you come, light clothes such as pants and sneakers are the best.
25 minutes by car from Ichihata Train Unshu Hirata Station