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Hiking studded with temples, shrines, bridges and scenic views for all seasons.

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ABURAYAMA FUKUOKA

Aburayama

With a camping ground, hiking trails, a farm and more, Aburayama has plenty of fun for visitors of all ages.

Mount Yufu

Mount Yufu

Mount Yufu is an active volcano with twin peaks with accessible trails for beginners and experts alike.

Kuju Mountains

Kuju Mountains

The Kuju Mountains will entertain day trippers and experienced hikers alike.

Mount Omuro

Mount Omuro

One of the attractions of Izu Peninsula is Mount Omuro, a dormant volcano that formed about 4,000 years ago that looks like an upside-down bowl.

Mount Osuzu

Mount Osuzu

Known as one of Japan’s 200 most famous mountains, Osuzu is home to many stunning waterfalls and valleys.

Tachikue Gorge

Tachikue Gorge (Tachikuekyo)

A hidden gem near the second biggest city in Shimane Prefecture

Mount Sanbe

Mount Sanbe

Visit Mount Sanbe in autumn for the best views, natural hot springs and a fun day outdoors.

Itoshima

Itoshima

Endless coastal views and a plethora of charming local cafes makes for a perfect day trip from the city.

Mount Rokko

Mount Rokko

One of the most popular destinations for tourists and city natives alike, the peaks of Mount Rokko provide an inviting target for all trekkers.

Mount Shosha (Engyoji Temple)

Retreat to beautiful fall foliage and temples on this mountainous, hidden gem in Himeji.

Nakasendo Trail (Magome-Tsumago)

Learn more about a magnificent trek back through time to the Edo period, just an hour's train from Nagoya station.