Taishi Yama 太子山
It tells us a story of Shotoku Taishi, a famous states person in the 7th century. He went into the woods to find cambers to build a Buddhist temple.
Kakkyo Yama 郭巨山
Kakkyo was at a loss because he found he couldn’t bring up his children because of poverty. One day, he found a pan filled with golds.
Hosyo Yama 保昌山
Hosho is a Samurai who stole plum flowers in the garden of the Imperial palace for his love.
Abura Tenjin Yama 油天神山
Aburatenjin Yama has named after a shrine in Aburatenjin street.
Shjio Kasa Hoko 四条傘鉾
Kasa Hoko is a primitive form of Yamahoko floats.