Fagacea in the compoud of 8 shrines in Yuu-cho, 43 shrines in Iwakuni-shi, and 3 shrines in Waki-cho was invesitgated. Eleven species, 8 broad-leaf evergreen species and 3 broad-leaf deciduous species belonging to four genera, were found : Quercus phillryaeoides (in one shrine), Q.glauca (in 43 shrines), Q.salicina (in 6), Q.myrsinaefolia (in 3), Q.sessilfolia (in 2), Lithocarpus glabra (in 10), Castanopsis cuspidata (in 23), C.c.sieboldii (in 7), Q.variabilis (in 14), Q.serrata(in 18), and Castanea crenata (in 6). In this area, Q. glauca, the two species of Castanopsis and Q.serrata are common and dominant species as those in the other areas which has been studied. To additon these, there were a 'good deal of L.glabra and Q. variabilis (19% and 26% in frequent, respectively), though both of them has not observed so many in the previous studies. These two seem to be a charcteristic specie in this area.