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The Iiyama White Dragon Legend: Hiking Tour

Central Area Half day 6

The Legend of the White Dragon is one of Iiyama’s seven wonders. This hiking course revolves around it. According to the legend, a long time ago, farmers experiencing drought emptied out Hakusan Pond’s source of water from the Hakusan mountaintop. The white dragon living in Hakusan Pond started dancing for water, and made it rain in the Sagami Plains for three days and three nights. Because of this, the farmers could reap full harvests that year.

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Hakusan Shrine

Shonan Area 15m

From Enoshima road, walk through the residential area and take left after the stone steps, you will see Hakusan Shrine. Photos provided by Fujisawa exchange center....

Hakusan Forest Park Observatory

Central Area 1h

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...

Iiyama Kannon Hase Temple

Central Area 30m

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...

Kotokuji

Central Area 30m

It is a temple founded by Shingyobo, a disciple of Shinran. Shinran's son, Zenran stayed at Toji since he cherished it as the remains of the saint, it is said that...

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