- Yamanaka Shikanosuke Memorial Tower
- Horio Yoshiharu Gorinto
Suikozan Iwakuraji Temple is ancient Shingon Buddhist temple and Izumo’s 18th pilgrimage site (a temple that issued amulets). Its principal objects of worship wooden Avolokitesvara stone and its flanking attendant Sakra Devanam Indra- are important cultural properties. They were originally located in Yamasa, but Kannon came to the high priest while he was dreaming and tasked him with relocating them to their current position in Toda. Iwakuraji is home to a variety of faiths that are rare in this region. Mikomorisha enshrines the Indian godness of childbirth and child-rearing, Hariti, and the Taishido enshrines Prince Shotoku. Iwakuraji arose from various temples and shrines, and even became Izumo’s 19th pilgrimage site, in addition to its 18th, when Yoshida Kannonji’s principle object of worship was relocated here. In addition, there is a Gorinto(Buddhist pagoda) that is said to be the grave of Horio Yoshiharu. Yoshiharu moved his base from Gassan Toda Castle to Matsue, but was buried on Iwakuraji’s grounds in accordance with his will. Yamanaka Shikanosuke’s memorial tower is also nearby.
About 20 minutes by car from Yasugi Station