Mt. Takaosan Yakuo-in Temple A marvelous view from the summit “Buddhist Cuisine” on the tatami
Mt. Takaosan, Hachioji city, Tokyo, is a tourist spot that is being popular when it was ranked 3-stars in
“the 2007 sightseeing guidebook for foreign sightseers”
published by Michelin.
Especially since September, the season when the autumn (the good weather to spend) has come,
a lot of tourists from both Japan and abroad has visited here.
The reason why Mt. Takaosan is popular that it’s not so far from the metropolitan, it takes about 90 minutes on foot from the foot to the summit so that easy to challenge for the beginner, and it’s able to use
the lift and the cablecar.
Yakuo-in Temple is located near the summit, and it has the 1,260 years of history.
“Goshuin (a stamp that is given at a shrine or a temple)”
to symbolize Mt. Takaosan as the holy mountain of the Worship of the Tegu (long-nosed Japanese goblin).
“Goshuin-cho (Goshuin note)”
is drawn the colorful Tengu, and you should get this.
In Yakuo-in Temple, you can take a rest on the tatami and enjoy
that is good to see and eat.
Its Japanese room with the alcove is elegant and calmed, and its tatami floored large hall is able to use
for mess by 100 people.
Mt. Takaosan is known that it has rich nature, the autumn leaves are beautiful, and you’ll see the Mt. Fuji
from the summit when it’s very clear weather. You’ll enjoy the beautiful view that is unbelievable to
be in Tokyo.
Why don’t you experience this sightseeing in Tokyo with the rich nature?
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