It is a venerable shrine that enshrines Ki-no-Mata-no-Kami, the guardian deity of safe childbirth and water.
Ki-no-Mata-no-Kami was the son of Okuninushi and Yakami Hime no Mikoto, and Yakami Hime no Mikoto, who visited Izumo Province to meet Okuninushi, gave birth to her child here.
It is said to be the oldest well in Japan, and there are wells of Ikui, Sakui and Tsunagai.
The 3 wells are known as the well that Ki-no-Mata-no-Kami used as a first bath, and many visitors come to pray for a safe delivery.
5 minutes by car from JR Naoe Station