It is a 119m mountain on the edge of Shima Peninsula. It has Ago Bay below and the Pacific Ocean in the southeast and mountains in the southwest. From the top of the mountain, you can give a sweeping view of Ago Bay, Kumano Sea, and Shima Peninsula.
Also, at the foot of the mountain, there is Tsumekiri Fudo which is carved into a 1m triangle stone. According to a legend, Koho Daishi visited this place and local people welcomed his visit. He carved Fudo with his nail into a natural stone. In the shrine, there is rich nature and very quiet. There is Fudo-do, Daishi-do which worships Koho Daishi, Yakushi-do, and Jizo the patron of pregnant women.