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Forest of Tokyo Citizen, Hinohara-mura

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  • Citizens ' forest did a keep because of Tokyo's water supply. No wonder many beech, is maintained. Walking a fluffy carpet, wood walks you want to see. Many flower which blooms will pave the way towards the three mountains. Enjoy the young and old alike. All sit and go buses out Musashi-itsukaichi day head to the train station
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  • Dining and kitchen facilities so the toilets, but not have to worry about is available. Therapy load wood chips have been installed, go to autumn falls walked round about 30 minutes is good. It seems the climbing route.
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  • Visit at the cycling. 1000 m above sea level is near forest park. Suburban cyclists is a prominent point. Was the most authentic bike and cycle racks. Rarely seen bike or mountain bike. Other drivers, hikers and riders gathered to autumn. At 12:00 30 the wait for parking 5, lined up in six. The car soon. Because of the buses but less crowded.
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  • Tokyo citizen's forest. Quite a few interesting short trails. Well-marked, well-maintained, very little chance of getting lost. Maps available at the start of he trails, with details of the points of interest.
  • A beautiful and interesting forest of mixed trees including old beech trees, which are rare for the Kanto area. Accessibility is a factor in how appealing it will be for foreign visitors. There's a special rapid train on the Chuo Line that runs directly to Musashi-Itsukaichi station on weekends and holidays. Otherwise, transfer is required. From there, there is limited bus service to the forest -- only three buses in the a.m. But they run multiple buses to accommodate all the hikers April to November, so you're generally able to sit for the rather long and winding -- though scenic -- one-hour and about 900 yen ride. All those hikers seem to disappear somehow, though -- the trails are only moderately busy on big holidays and autumn leaf season. There are easy one-hour hikes and longer 4-5 hour moderately strenuous ones requiring proper footwear. At 1500 meters, it's also cooler and more prone to rain than Tokyo proper. There is a visitor center and two places to get food -- mostly typical noodles and curry. With a waterfall, various wildflowers and birds, a few good views, and fresh air, it's a nice place to experience nature if you're willing to put in the effort.
  • Twice a spring and fall make sure everyyear. Course is good and the best views nice!! fewer people, it is also good. Children lessons are available and can be enjoyed. No time, and families with small children just falls in about 30 minutes you can see-Otaki waterfall seen from the bridge will be healed!! is a little climb there. Is not well known in the Tokyo No. 1 there is also a large fir tree. Try exploration you will ~!
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  • There are also "great plenty" trees are cut down, that Mt. Fuji is visible. With one idea to eat here if I'm busy triceps Shanxi mine. But Osawa mountain is bench two mere road as? not so much capacity, so? Photo shows view of Mt. Fuji from the Osawa mountains;
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  • There are a variety of courses, where you can enjoy several times. Enjoy the woodwork can be free of charge, though a little event. Spot weather permitting, views in the very movement said.
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