Nogeyama Park, Yokohama, c. 1935.
“A visit should be paid to Noge-yama, close behind the [Yokohama] Railway Station, for the sake of the general view of the town and harbour. Here stand some small but popular and representative shrines dedicated to the Shinto god of Akiha; to Doryo, a Buddhist saint; to Fudo, the great Buddhist god whose chief shrine is at Narita; and to the Sun-Goddess of Ise. This last which crowns the hill is generally known as Daijingu.”
– A Handbook for Travellers in Japan, by Basil Hall Chamberlain & W.B. Mason, 1901