Mountain shrine. A shrine established on the summit or side of a mountain where the mountain is regarded as the kami or its shintai. The yamamiya may also be called the okumiya as opposed to a satomiya more conveniently located. The yamamiya may be connected with the yama-no-kami/ta-no-kami cycle.

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