. . is the complex of Ryuou-no Taki waterfalls and shrine. Access is along a narrow rural lane that goes from sealed (for the first 1km) to unsealed, through a pristine forest, while following a stream. If there has been any rain, the ground can be wet and muddy.
Before you cross the bridge, step back about 15-meters, and look up on your right, amongst the rocky outcrop, and you should see this collection of religious icons.
There is a very-narrow track, leading-up to the icons, if you so wish to take a closer look, but I wouldn't advise you take is as it is unsafe and the drop is steep. Besides the view from the track is just as good.
In the left image is a sign-post directing you to the 'falls, on the right, is the Torii leading to the 'falls & shrine.
In the left image is a Toro, or stone lantern, sited near the shrine and, in the right image, is a waterfall to the side of the shrine.
One of the many things I like about the great outdoors, are the little surprises I stumble-across. In this case, religious icons.