A pine cone eaten by a Japanese squirrel（Risu ga Tabeta Matsubokkuri）
It looks like a deep-fried prawn.
Pine seeds are Japanese squirrels’ favorite food. After its seeds have been eaten by a Japanese squirrel, a pine cone looks like a deep-fried prawn with its core and the tip alone being left. Try to find a “deep-fried prawn” under a pine tree.
A ten-minute walk from Funatama-jinja Shrine (branching point of Akagi-goe Section), and a two-hour walk from Yunomine Onsen
Mifune Matsuri Festival – a Finale of the Kumano Taisha Grand Shrine Matsuri Festival (One of the Annual Grand Festivals Held at Kumano Hayatama Taisha Grand Shrine)
（Kumano Hayatama Taisha Reitai-sui, Mifune Matsuri）