Climbing higher on Mount Wakasugi after Kongochoin, I was surprised to find a newish temple though there was none marked on the map.
It is no longer a temple, being the site of the former Wakasugi Kannon-do. Now it is just an ossuary, a repository for bones.
The Kannon-do must have been quite old as it housed a 12th Century statues that is now in the Kyushu History Museum.
There was a small Fudo-do and lots of statues including yet more Fudo Myo's.
From here the trail heads up to the top of the mountain to the Okunoin where Kukai practised austerities.