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Mount Nabewariyama

Mount Nabewariyama

A mountain of beautiful beech trees, the springtime foliage and the autumn leaves are especially spectacular. Some say that the mountain's name comes from its shape, which resembles an upside-down pot, while others claim it comes from a stream on the north side of the summit called Nabewarizawa. Walking to the peak through the forest gives you amazing views through the trees, while summit views feature not only Hadano City, but a panoramic view from Nishitanzawa to Mt. Fuji. Altitude: 1272.5m

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