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Mount Hakusan Junrei Peak Hiking Course (Junrei Peak・Monomi Peak・Mujinazaka Peak)

Central Area 5h15m

This route will take you to the hot springs and on the Bando Fudasho pilgrimage. The pilgrimage is sure to give foreigners a taste of Japanese culture.

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Mount Hakusan Junrei Peak Hiking Course (Junrei Peak・Monomi Peak・Mujinazaka Peak)

This hiking course links the Junrei Peak, the Monomi Peak and the Iiyama Kannon (the 6th pilgrimage stop of the Bando 33 Kannon Pilgrimage), places opened for the purpose of ancient religion. This course is best enjoyed in spring where you can enjoy the greenery and cherry blossoms, and in autumn for the maple leaves.This course is known for its breathtaking sights and is a part of a long dista...

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Observatory at the peak of Mt Hakusan

Travel up the “History + Nature” Course of the Iiyama Hakusan Forest Park to reach the peak of Mount Hakusan. At the peak, altitude 284m, you can enjoy a magnificent view from the Mount Hakusan Observatory. In addition, you can also visit Hakusan Shrine as well as the Hakusan Lake. Legend has it that the lake brings rain and has never dried up before. There are also many other scenic spots such...

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Iiyama Kannon

This is the sixth temple of “Bando 33 Kannon enshrined temples in Kamakura”. It is also famous for magnificent cherry blossoms. The temple is selected as one of the 50 best scenic spot in Kanagawa. Visitors can see the dosho (bronze bell) and Kannondo, which are cultural properties designated by the city. The Kannondo is considered to be built in the mid-Edo era (mid-18th century). Photos Provi...

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