Situated on the Yahagi River in Toyota City, there is a large recreational park named after the prominent businessman Maeda-san. Built in 1934, the park boasts a mini-golfing course, play equipment, walking tracks, and dog areas. Part of the park is devoted to the Maeda family which includes a shrine, a tomb, and a hexagonal building. This hexagonal building (六角堂) has been subject to controversy and is believed to be haunted by several entities including a high school boy who hanged himself due to bullying. There is also a rumor that the basement floor of the structure is heavily infested with evil ghosts.
Opposite the hexagonal building, there is a staircase which leads to a hill dotted with decrepit, water-stained statues of Buddhist and Taoist origin. According to local sources, there is a ghost of a girl who can be seen around the staircase. At the top of the hill, a sobbing woman has been sighted; it is suggested that she commit suicide due to a failed relationship with a lover.
Although the shrine area is open to the public, it seems to be the only part of the park which is not managed and tended to. If visiting, please take caution as there are many broken statues and stray plants.