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Daimonzaka, Nachikatsura-cho

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Take the easy hike up the quaint cobbled steps of Daimonzaka. The 600 m (1,968.5 ft) path leads you through a corridor of old, well-established cedar trees, all the way from the valley floor to the shrine complex above. Soak up the serene atmosphere from the peaceful trail, and witness the "husband and wife" cedars at the top of the slope, with their roots entwined. Keep your eyes peeled for the picturesque Nachi falls, visible from the top of the trail. Before you head to Nachikatsura-cho, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Nachikatsura-cho vacation generator, to make sure you see all that Nachikatsura-cho has to offer, including Daimonzaka.
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  • We started our adventure in Kumano Kodo on this wonderful path! Really unique and beautiful! Not it you can let's do if are by the area!
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  • And Park your car at the gate Hill parking lot daimonzaka-Nachi Falls-perfect had planned come back by bus to Nachi Taisha, daimonzaka due to fallen trees some closed had become. As a result, walk walk, turn back. Equipped with toilet, gate Hill car park is available free of charge. It was helpful because it was accompanied by a small child. The paved road is easier to walk than I imagined and could taste the atmosphere of Kumano ancient road. It was a magical space that enters the gate Hill was cold and somehow relieve the cold.
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  • It is a physical game. So are 500 steps stairs. Lists of irregular stone steps, so the pretty exhausting. Come climb the Meoto-sugi cedar, as well as challenging it is recommended the.
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