Koma Sando Path leads to Oiwake station, where the Oyama Cable Car stops.
Breathe in Nature on the Isehara Hiking Course
This tour offers a pleasant hike on the multi-colored Mt. Oyama and down to the Hinata area. During the hike, participants can enjoy a spectacular view from the lower main shrine of Oyama Afuri Shrine as well as from the observation deck. At the main hall of Hinata Yakushi-do Temple, which received a large-scale renovation in 2017, the participants can witness the beauty of the massive hall with a thatched roof.
Along the way to Ōyama Afuri Shrine, in addition to Onnazaka no Nana Fushigi, there are numerous power spots such as Niju Falls, Noroi no Sugi, Fuufu Sugi, Botan...
This temple is famous for its beautiful autumn leaves. It is designated a National Cultural Property.
This is an ancient shrine which is said to be built over 2000 years ago. Known as a place for praying for rain, as well as a sacred ground revered by many generals,...
Niju Falls, also called "Amagoi-no-taki" is one of Oyama's six waterfalls and is believed to call the rain.
You can enjoy the view of Isehara and Atsugi city.
Hinata Yakushi is one of the Three Greatest Yakushi and its principal image of Buddha is Yakushi Sanzon. The religious school the temple belongs to now is the Koyasan...