Temple 35 Kiyotakiji - Kiyotakiji is known as the 'Clean Waterfall Temple'. The temple’s name, Kiyotaki pure waterfall comes from the legend that Kobo Daishi, after praying for an abundant harvest, struck his staff on the ground and pure water came out and turned into a waterfall. The five story pagoda was built by a prince who had stayed at Kiyotaki for a year before traveling to India. Legend has it that he was eaten by a tiger, but his soul remains in the pagoda and protects the temple from misfortune. During the Edo Period the temple flourished, but by 1871 the temple was in ruins and not restored until 1880.