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Ohira Moutain, Tochigi

(4/5 based on 35 reviews on the web)
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  • Many people hike in Taiping Mountain is the famous cherry blossom, hydrangea, balmy late fall is recommended. Autumn is beautiful and can be cool climbing. Private car use and become so the first 停memashou car at the parking lot of the large temple at the foot of. Toilets through the temple, climb a swamp along the way. Put a water bottle so far on the way water is helpful. 登ri詰mete road, and take a rest in the saddle to Taiping shrine. To pray at the shrine and go down the Causeway is Ken shimpei. Here let me smoke in the toilet and the famous egg. Down the trail from there, back to the large temple. Visits, including felt the break 3 hours and there is. Weather permitting Mt.Fuji mountains of Nikko, joshu panoramic views.
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  • Like, thank you very much this shrine is very positive impact, we visited several times. This is a good place. And what I say. All shrine is 和memasu here, is not.
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  • Overlooking the Kanto plain with cherry tree and fresh green spring. Hydrangea in early summer. The leaves fall. Crystal winter landscapes. Especially East sunrise from Mt. Tsukuba. To the South of Tokyo skyscrapers and Sky Tower. To the West a little views of Mt. Fuji. Also, covered of fog below Tochigi city, on the morning after the rain in spring and autumn, is described as "Matsushima of the land".
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