Kotohira-gū(also known as Konpira-dai-gongen, Konpira-san, or Konpira Shrine in English) is a Shintō shrine in the town of Kotohira in Nakatado District of Kagawa Prefecture, Japan.
Located at 521m halfway to the top of Mount Zōzu, the shrine stands at the end of a long path, with 785 steps to the main shrine and a total of 1,368 steps to the inner shrine. Since the Muromachi Period pilgrimages to the shrine became popular, and even today usually hundreds of visitors in a day climb the steps of Mount Zōzu. On the way to the shrine is located a sake museum, various stores selling a variety of goods, and there are lots of stones in which are the names of donators to the shrine carved in kanji-characters. Due to the Honji suijaku theory which claimed the local kami were incarnations of Buddhist gods, Kotohira shrine was in times prior to the Meiji era equally a Buddhist and a Shintoist sanctuary.