Tanjosan, Taishakusan, Shibireyama
Mount Tanjō (丹生山 Tanjō-san?) is a 514 m (1,686 ft) mountain in the Tanjō Mountains, located in Sakamoto, Yamada, Kita-ku, Kobe, Hyōgo, Japan. Outline and History Mount Tanjō is not the tallest mountain of Tanjō Mountains, but it is a symbol of the mountain range. In the middle of the mountain, there was a Buddhist temple Myōyō-ji which was said to be established by Donan-Gyoja, a prince of King Seong of Baekje. Today's Tanjō Shrine was is believed to be part of the original temple. Mount Tanjō is also believed to have been old source of mercury, because the name Tanjō, originally means Nyu, mercury. Tanjō Shrine is a place to enshrine a goddess of mercury.
Tanjosan, Taishakusan, Shibireyama, Chigogabakasan, Furukurayama, Nadareosan