“The Otte shrine fir tree is 35.58m tall, 7.68m around. It is the largest fir tree in Japan and is approximately 500 years old. It has created a local scene as a ” Sacred Shrine Forest” and it’s called “Sennen momi(The fir tree that is more than a thousand years old)” in the local region. It was discoverd to be the largest fir tree by examinations carried out in 1989 by the Environment Agency and was registered as a National Natural Monument in 1994. “