On the east face of Mt. Azuma, near the prefectural nature reserve, Ogawa Art Gallery,
Azuma Garden and the train station, is a 7.5 km pilgrims' trail, completed December, 1991.
Each of the temples on the route has one of the seven Gods of Good Fortune as its historic
Benzaiten (Kohmei Temple, Miyamo-cho 3-chome), Juroujin (Myoon Temple,
Nishihisakata-cho 1-chome), Daikokuten (Houkyo Temple, same address), Fukurokuju (Seiren
Temple, same address), Ebisu (Hisamasa Temple, Tenjin-cho 3-chome), Bisyamonten (Hohsen
Temple, Umeda-cho 1-chome), Hotaison (Nishikata Temple, same address).
Hohsen Temple's circular storehouse, main temple gate and bell are important cultural
assets of the city, while its 'Tomb of Narishige Yura' was named a Kiryuu historical site.
The large miscanthus, 29.5 meters high, 3.72 meters in circumference and estimated to be
520 years old, in front of the main temple became the city's first protected tree in
Hohsen Temple and Oka Park were the two places from Kiryuu selected for 'Gunma Top
100'. Seiren Temple's 'Kindozenkoujisansonbutsu' and Nishikata Temple's wooden Amitabha
Buddha are prefectural cultural assets, while the latter's 'Tomb of Kiryuujiruidai' is a
city historical site.