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Ancient Blossoms at Oyama Afuri Shrine

Shonan Area Full day 14

The mountain behind the Oyama Afuri Shrine head office, also called the Cherry Blossom Mountain, has four North Japanese hill cherry trees that are said to be 400 years old. The largest of the four, the Greater Oyamazakura, has a trunk girth of 3.5 meters. After appreciating the trees, you'll be paying homage at the Oyama Afuri Shine, and then enjoying Oyama's famous tofu dishes and boar stew.

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Oyama Sakura(cherry blossoms)

Isehara 15m

There are 4 large wild cherry blossom trees called 'Oyama Sakura' on the hill from Oyama elementary school to Oyama Afuri Shrine.

Koma Sando Path

Isehara 30m

The approach from the bus terminus to the cable station is lined on both sides with inns and souvenir shops.

Ooyama-cable

Isehara 1h

Ooyama cable car will take you to a great scenic spot that is located at a height of 700 m above sea level in 6 minutes. The cable car is 0.8 km long and the difference...

Oyama Afuri Shrine

Isehara 1h

This ancient shrine is said to have been built over 2,000 years ago. As a sacred site revered by many warlords, such as those who partook in rainmaking rituals,...

Oyama-dera Temple

Isehara 1h

Known affectionately as "Fudo-san in Daisen," this is one of the three major fudo in the Kanto region. It is also the first of the 36 fudo (immovable buddhas) in...

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