Located at the top of Usui Pass, it used to be called “Usui Gongen” or “Kumano Gongen”.
The Kumano Shrine, which stands on the prefectural border, is called “Kumano Shrine” by Gunma residents and “Kumano Emperor Grand Shrine” by Nagano residents. I will cross the prefectural border on foot. The power mochi on the pass that you eat at this teahouse is famous! Watching the superb view!
- 〒389-0121 Gunma, Annaka, Matsuidamachitoge, １