|Pseudonym reading||Doroha Hajima|
|Specified type||Prefecture designation|
|Designated date||April 5, 1954|
|location||Ichinoseki City Yamagata Uta Yamashita|
It is located in the National Iwate Sanatorium on the southern slope of the hill on the left bank downstream of the Kamoi River.
According to a 50-year survey from 1973 (1973), a foundation stone building of the east and west ridge was detected between 5 rows of beams and 4 sections between beams, and the east pillar foundation stone of the altar was seen in the inner row.
In addition, 3 pillars x 3 pillars and 2 buildings of unknown size have been identified.
As for the artifacts, pottery, sue, iron nails, copper products, and Taguchi were excavated.
From the neighborhood there is a stone tile, which is from the Heian period, and indicates the age of the ruins.