Kumano Nachi Taisha熊野那智大社
Nachisan Nachikatsuura Town Higashimuro County Wakayama Prefecture [MAP 2-C]
Located at the halfway up the Nachi Mountains, this shrine originated in the ancient faith to a waterfall, and enshrines Fusuminokami. As one of the three shrines in Kumano, this shrine enshrines twelve Kumano Gongen. "Hiro Gongen", which deifies the Nachi Waterfall, is said to be the thirteenth Kumano Gongen.
Unlike Kumano Hongu Taisha and Kumano Nachi Taisha, shrine buildings of Sansho Gongen, the main five shrine buildings, eight shrine buildings and Miagatahikosha do not stand in a single form but stand in a hooked line.
Nationally Designated Cultural Properties
|Kumano Sanzan（Precincts of Kumano Nachi Taisha）
|Important Cultural Property
|Kumano Nachi Taisha ( 6 main shrine buildings, Miagatahikosha building, Suzumon gate and Mizugaki fence )
|Important Intangible Folk Culture Asset
|Nachi no Dengaku