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Enjoy a carefree mountain hike with family

Western Area 7h30m

This lovely hike will give you carefree views from Miharashidai of Mount Fuji, the Ashigara Plains, Sagami Bay, and the stone paving of the old Ashigara Road, among other things. After your hike, let the hot spring waters soak away your exhaustion. The next day, you’ll head to Odawara and stretch your legs. This course is particularly magnificent around November when the foliage starts to peak.

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Ashigara Manyo Park

This park is located on the border between Kanagawa and Shizuoka Prefectures within the Ashigara Pass. Hakone is to the south. The park looks out over the plains of Ashigara and Sagami Bay to the east. During the Nara and Heian Periods, the Ashigara Pass connected eastern and western Japan as a way of passage. It is referred to many times in the Manyoushuu, the oldest anthology of poems in Japa...

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Ashigara Pass

The pass is located on the border between Kanagawa and Shizuoka Prefectures. It prospered as an important road that connected eastern and western Japan from ancient times. The pass is a popular tourist attraction due to the remnants of this historical road and its shrine.

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Odawara Castle

This is a symbol of the Odawara family that was rebuilt in 1960. After the main castle underwent major reconstructions, dubbed the Great Heisei Restoration, there are now graphics introducing the castle, a theater exhibition and interactive exhibits that allow visitors to try on armor in the castle grounds. Rental costumes of samurai, princesses, ninjas, as well as an amusement park are also av...

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Hotoku Ninomiya Shrine

This shrine was built to commemorate Ninomiya Sontoku who was born in Odawara and made all efforts to revitalize the villages everywhere. It is located near Odawara Castle, there are plenty of delicious restaurants and cafes. This is the shrine collecting all the things and events of that area.

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KAMABOKO Street in Odawara

The main steamed fish paste store has been set up in the eaves, and you can walk around freely without walls or fences. The street used to be a fish market, and it features rows of more than 30 stores, which are not limited to steamed fish paste stores but also include dried fish stores, dried bonito flake stores, restaurants, shops serving food and drink, and Japanese confectionary stores.

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