Yaho Tenjin-no-yashiro Shrine from "Guide to Famous Spots of Edo Vol.3"
Compiled by Saitō Chōshū, Painted by Hasegawa Settan 1834-1836 (Tempō 5 to Tempō 7) Kaga Collection 256

Kunitachi was named for its location, situated between Kokubun-ji and Tachikawa. In the Edo period, this area was called Yaho or Yabo. It is said that Yaho Tenjin Shrine is the oldest Tenmangū (=Tenjin) in Eastern Japan and also known as one of the 3 greatest Tenjin in the Kanto Region, along with Kameido and Yushima Tenmangū. In Japanese, an extremely boorish person is called "yaboten" and this is also famous as a shrine which this word comes from.