Mt. Kasagi (Kyoto Prefecture) (笠置山 (京都府))
In 1331, Emperor Godaigo, whose plan to overthrow the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) was revealed, went to Mt. Kasagi, with Sanshu no Jingi (Three Imperial Regalia), raising his army and staying there, which lead to Genko War.
It is also known for the magnificent cherry blossoms and autumn leaves. It is designated as a national historic and beautiful site.
The remain where Emperor Godaigo used to stay
Miroku Dai Magaibutsu (Buddha statues in cliffs and rocks)