There are 13 Stone Buddha Statues (石仏十三体) on Shiroyama. The path was a bit…interesting. If you drive you will not be able to stop on this route, so the only way to visit here, is by walking. Just make sure you walk closely to the side as there are occasionally cars, buses and coaches passing by, if you need to cross make sure you check left and right because I found it not exactly the best walk-friendly path, but mostly quiet.
According to the information board, 13 out of the 88 of the original stone Buddhas were enshrine here on Shiroyama. Kobo Taishi / Koubou Daishi (弘法大師) also known as Kuukai (空海) was a Japanese Buddhist Monk who in the Heian era founded the Shingonshu Buddhist Sect. All the little buddhas were wearing cute red knitted cloaks and triangular hats. Someone had put a blue plastic cover over the little shrine to keep it from flooding during the rainy season. It was a very interesting place to visit, quiet with no one else around.