Arashiyama (Storm Mountain?) is a district on the western outskirts of Kyoto, Japan. It also refers to the mountain across the Ōi River, which forms a backdrop to the district. Notable tourist sites in Arashiyama include The Iwatayama Monkey Park on the slopes of Mount Arashiyama. Over 170 monkeys live at the park. While the monkeys are wild, they have become accustomed to humans. The park is located on a small mountain not far from the Saga-Arashiyama rail station. Visitors can approach and photograph the monkeys. At the summit is a fenced enclosure, from within which visitors can feed the monkeys.The romantic "Moon Crossing Bridge" (Togetsukyō), notable for its views of cherry blossoms and autumn colors on the slopes of Mt Arashiyama. The hamlet of Kiyotaki, a small scenic village at the base of Mt Atago, the home to a notable Shinto shrine. Matsuo Shrine, half a mile south of the area, which is home to a blessed spring. It is also one of the oldest shrines in the Kyoto area, founded in 700. The alleged restorative properties of the spring bring many local sake and miso companies to the shrine for prayers that their product will be blessed.