Kora Shrine, located on the small hillside overlooking the Ohashi River just before it empties into the Nakaumi, appears to be just a small, local shrine, however it is listed in the 8th Century Izumo Fudoki, though using different kanji to write the name.
The kami enshrined is is listed as Tamatare, known as Kora no Tamatare, the main kami of Kora Taisha a big shrine near Kurume in Fukuoka. According to the myth he was a "minister" serving Jingu during the mythical subjugation of Korea. He is represented as having a long white beard. (Quite a handsome guy :))
The main shrine itself seems barely used, however there is a substantial altar to Kojin with a very, very long body, and thsi seems to be the main focus of the shrine.
Kojin is often called the Kami of the Hearth, but here in Izumo its identity is more complex. It is a mix of land kami, ujigami, Tanokami etc and is obviously the main kami for the people of the area, as opposed to the elite and rulers of the area.