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Risshaku-ji Temple
Sacred & Religious Sites
Yudonosan Shrine
Sacred & Religious Sites
Ideha Shrine
Sacred & Religious Sites
Kumano Taisha Shrine
Sacred & Religious Sites
Mt. Haguro
Historic Sites, Mountains, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Frost Covered Trees of Zao
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Sankyo Soko Storehouse
Historic Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Michi-no-Eki Sagae Cherry Land
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Visitor Centres
Historic Sites
Yonezawa Castle Ruins \/ Matsugasaki Park
Historic Sites, Parks, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Tsuruoka Roman Catholic Church
Historic Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
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Magnificent sights
Beautiful landmark in the middle of this solid hike
Mt. Haguro Tsuruoka
One of the best sights on the west coast, well worth the long climb up through the forest.
It is quiet and from the rest stop halfway up the steps to Mt. Haguro, you get a nice view of the countryside that it overlooks.
1 Way to experience it
Wow! If you are lucky enough to have a clear day, the views through the rime covered trees and up to the the deepest blue skies imaginable will be etched in your mind forever.
the snow monster is one of the spectacular view in the earth.
As others have noted, this is a religious and historically-important site with beautiful view and gentle winding climb up over a thousand steps among huge trees, small statues and stones, caves and pock-marked cli...
We've seen many sites from Kyushu to Honshu to Hokkaido on this Japan Holidays tour, but the mystical, peaceful aura of Yamadera Mountain Temple stays with me even now - months later.
Yudonosan Shrine Tsuruoka
It's filled with going up and (mostly) down the mountain.The path is filled with natural beauty and lovely views.
Ginzan Yuhodo Obanazawa
Further, there is a red bridge crossing over the creek with view of the second stage of the waterfall.