10.Monument inscribed with a poem of Utarō Noda / Pedigree of Koma Clan of Musashinokuni
Utarō Noda is a poet born in Fukuoka Prefecture. He often visited Koma Shrine during and after the World War II. The poem “Family Pedigree” used the “Pedigree of Koma Clan of Musashinokuni” passed down to this shrine as its motif. The “Pedigree of Koma Clan of Musashinokuni” is the pedigree of Koma clan, the priest of this shrine, and it shows the deity of the shrine, Koma no Kokishi Jakkō, as the patriarch. Since then, the bloodline has continued uninterrupted to reach the 60th generation. There are also such things as 456 quires of the Mahāprajñāpāramitā Sūtra, the national Important cultural property, and a silver-plated sword called “Togin Hatosakaki Horimon Nagafukurin Tachi”, an important art, that have been passed down to this shrine.