Formerly known as Daibontenno-sha, Ten Shrine was the patron shrine of the region.
Formerly known as Daibontenno-sha, Ten Shrine was the patron shrine of the region. A large number of Muromachi and Edo era banknotes were given to the shrine as offerings. The kaeru-mata wooden support beams (architectural components shaped like frog legs) in the front portion of the main hall appear to have been made in a style common in the 14th century. Accordingly, scholars believe the main shrine was built around that time.
address731 Takihata, Kawachinagano-shi, Osaka, 586-0072
transport10-minute walk from the Takihata Dam bus stop; board a bus from Kawachinagano Station on the Nankai Koya Line