Mt.Mitake Autumn leaves(Oume-shi,Tokyo)

Mt.Mitake Autumn leaves(Oume-shi,Tokyo) Oume-shi

You can go mt.Mitake(known as autumn leaves) in two and a half hours less than from Shinjuku.
Mt.Mitake(Oume-shi,Tokyo)
You can climb in a cable car about 400m.

There are some shrines on Mt.Mitake.

Mt.Mitake(Oume-shi,Tokyo)
“Ubuyasusha (shrine)” is believed in for having an easy and safe delivery of child, raising children, and a good marriage.

Mt.Mitake(Oume-shi,Tokyo)
This is “Couple cedar”.
If you pass through the two cedar trees, you can get nice encounter.

Mt.Mitake(Oume-shi,Tokyo)
On the top of Mt. Mitake, there is a shrine named “Musashi Mitake”.

I recommend the hike with views of the autumn leaves.

Mt.Mitake(Oume-shi,Tokyo)

You can eat lunch and take a break in Nagao-daira.
Mt.Mitake(Oume-shi,Tokyo)
You can see the autumn leaves floating in the Nanadai-no-taki(waterfall).

Mt.Mitake(Oume-shi,Tokyo)
In the rock garden, mossy rocks and fallen leaves are beautiful.

Mt.Mitake(Oume-shi,Tokyo)
Waterfall and wooden Torii

Mt.Mitake(Oume-shi,Tokyo)
You can hike through the autumn leaves.

Mt.Mitake(Oume-shi,Tokyo)
I recommend to buy souvenirs in the old-fashioned mall.

November 4, 2015

▼MitakeTozan Railway
http://mitaketozan.co.jp/eng2014/

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  2. Kit says:

    I will go to Mt Mitake on 10 Nov 2019
    Not sure will i able to see autumn leaves there or not

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