Stonework at Nunakuma-jinja Shrine
“Stoneworks” reminds you ofl the prosperity of the port town

Nunakuma-jinja Shrine is home to various pieces of stonework. One such example is the torii gate of the shrine, built in the toribusuma style. Its thin stone pillars stand at 4.5 meters tall, and an inscription on the pillar shows that the gate was donated by Mizuno Katsushige, the second ruler of the Fukuyama Domain, in order to wish for the good health of his eldest son, Katsusada. Along the approach to the shrine, you can see stone guardian dog statues, and throughout the area you can find other examples of stonework such as the Jōyatō stone lighthouse, stone shrine fencing, and stone lanterns.