The Ida Hachiman shrine is only a couple of hundred meters from the Suwa shrine and like it it seemed fairly unused.
There was no signboard so I have no information on it other than the obvious fact that is enshrines Hachiman.
Part of the reason I like to visit every shrine I pass is to discover the variations in the style of things like the komainu.
Already on the first day of the pilgrimage I had become aware that the komainu in Shikoku came in a wide variety of styles.
I also noticed this carving with a rabbit on the main building, but have no idea of its meaning or purpose.