Yonako Fudoson Okunoin
Yonako Fudoson Okunoin main hall, built between waterfalls, is one of the three major Fudoson in Japan. The temple was founded by Kiyosada, the first disciple of Taicho Daishi of the Hakusan worship. Over time, the temple flourished as a sacred place for mountain asceticism, influenced by Kumano and other beliefs, due to its proximity to the waterfalls and the surrounding area. During the warring states period, the temple enshrined the Fudo Myoo deity, the guardian of Uesugi Kenshin, and currently, the Honbo Yonako Takizan Fudo Temple is located 12 kilometers away from the waterfall. It conducts all the ceremonies and events related to the Yonako Fudoson and draws numerous visitors of pious people from across the country.