Kawajiri Hachimangu is said to have been built on May 5, 1525, with Emperor Ojin as the deity, but according to the company's biography, the descendants of Prince Toneri (the prince of Emperor Tenmu in his forties) On the way to Oshu, he fell ill and died, so his companion was sad and buried here. It is said that the current Kawajiri Hachimangu Shrine was built and enshrined with the spirit of Iwashimizu Hachimangu, which was protected by the chief, as a deity, and after that, the group reportedly prospered the Oshu Kiyohara family.
A stone chamber believed to have been excavated from the north side of the precincts of 1945, two swords and 36 arrowheads and earthenware were excavated. According to the "New Sagami Kokudo Kisetsu", a giant pine tree was growing along the approach to the shrine from the first torii gate, so it was also called "Namiki Hachiman". In addition, it is said that the Yutate Kagura and dedication sumo wrestling were held at the annual festival (formerly July 28th).
<Access> From "Hashimoto Station" on the JR Yokohama Line / Sagami Line and Keio Line, take a bus bound for "Mikage" (Bridge 01 system), get off at "Shiroyama General Office Entrance", and walk for 15 minutes.