This sign is at the very beginning of the trail
This is beginning of the trail. Most of it is improved road or pavement.
One of the first things you will see is an old well.
One of the first things you will see is an old well (different angle)
Cabana-like structure. The grass was overgrown at the time near this area. The grass may or may not be cut when you get to this point.
Most of the path is paved
Little creek area along side of the path. The water eventually unites with the Nagahama Dam in Yomitan.
Another area along the creek.
Steps take you to a prayer site.
Small cut in the side of the rock side. People pray at this site. This marks the end of the trail. The trail is about 1.5 Km long.
Closer view of the rock formation
A water well nearby the prayer site.
A burial site or 'haka' built in the side of the rock side.
Steps as you are looking towards the beginning of the trail.
The trail is along farmland. You may see chickens and other farm animals if you go for a stroll.