Two large heads of Jizō (a guardian deity of travelers and children) on a hill along the Umakaidō route. There are several theories about its origin: perhaps it was carried away from the upper reaches of the Mukogawa River by flood waters; or it may have been an Itami feudal lord who dedicated it as a token of his gratitude when his chronic headache was cured by a Jizō who appeared in his dream. It’s said that the statues have the power to cure neck and head-related diseases. Recently the statues are attracting students preparing for entrance exams because they believe that praying here makes them smarter.
History, culture (Other)
|5-1-3 Kohama, Takarazuka Directions
|Take the Hanshin Bus from Hankyu/JR Takarazuka Station, get off at Kohama stop, and walk 1 min.
|No parking available
|No free Wi-Fi access on premises
|Foreign language assistance