In 1471, the poet master Iio Sougi and To Tsuneyori wrote poems at this spring. Sougi completed his successionof Kokin Wakashu from Tsuneyori, and headed back to Kyoto. They wrote poems for their farewell.
"Momijihano, Nagarurutatsuta, Shirakumono, Hananomiyoshino, Omoiwasuruna" by Tsuneyori.
もみじ葉の 流るるたつた白雲の 花のみよし野思ひ忘るな
"Sannengoshi, Kokorowotsukusu, Omoikawa, Harutasusawani, Wakiizurukana" by Sougi.
三年ごし 心をつくす思ひ川 春立つ沢に湧き出づるかな