There are 4 large wild cherry blossom trees called 'Oyama Sakura' on the hill from Oyama elementary school to Oyama Afuri Shrine.
Ancient Blossoms at Oyama Afuri Shrine
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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The approach from the bus terminus to the cable station is lined on both sides with inns and souvenir shops.
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At lodging facilities, you can enjoy famous tofu dishes and shishi-nabe.