The whole of this hilltop has been given over to religious purpose. A series of half-log benches stand arrayed before a round pavilion held up by thick wood posts. Beyond that you see a well-tended cemetery with many small mounds of dirt. You can’t discern any depiction of a specific deity. Instead, carvings depict harvest scenes, and human-like figures made from bound straw are lashed to each of the pavilion’s pillars.