|Pseudonym reading||The broom of the monkey|
|Specified type||Prefecture designation|
|Type||Natural monuments and plants|
|Designated date||March 23, 1976|
|location||Ichinoseki City Daitocho Sarusawa Character Izawada Minamisawa|
Kaya is a yew family of plants, which is edible, contains oil, has high nutritive value, and has long been used as a salvage plant in farmers' homes.
It is a temperate plant and can be found in relatively warm areas south of central Japan in the prefecture.
Sarusawa's Kaya Kaya is divided into 10 branches at about 2.5 m above the ground, forming a scaly shape.
Because of this, the upper side is thicker than the root, and it has a form of a rose.
It is a huge tree with a root stem circumference of about 6.6 m, a diameter of about 8.8 m, a branch covering of 23.5 m, and a height of about 20 m.
The trees are flourishing and produce a large amount of fruits every year.
The age is estimated to be about 600 years.