- Wi-Fi connection point - History and Folklore Museum
It was established in order to promote and maintain the documents related to the history and folklore of Bungo-Ono city, Oita Prefecture and its surroundings. The museum has collections and exhibitions of a variety of materials such as archaeological, historical documents, folklore and fossils. You can learn the wisdom of our ancestors and home culture and industrial development. This museum is also the base facility of Oita Bungo-Ono Geopark, due to accepting the certification of the Japan Geopark in September 2013.
(entry permitted until 16:30)
Close：Monday (If a national holiday falls on a Monday, the museum will be closed on the following Tusday as well) New Year hours: (12/28-1/3)
It was engraved on rock walls as high as 4 m in height, and was designated as a national historic site in 1964. It highlights the statue of Fudo myououzazou and nidouziritsuzou. In addition, a monument with writing by Yosano Akiko was built on these premises which reads: “at Inukai, a stone Buddha resides on the mountain, a scarlet color, so the building too is scarlet.”