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Mt. Daisen

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Mt. Daisen is the highest mountain in the Chugoku region at 1,709 meters. The mountain is popular for hiking and downhill mountain biking in the summer and skiing and snowshoeing in the winter. Also, Mt. Daisen’s autumn foliage, which peaks from the end of October to early November, is among the most beautiful in all of Japan, drawing huge crowds of visitors. Mt. Daisen is home to Daisen-ji Temple, which will celebrate its 1,300th anniversary next year, and Ogamiyama Shrine, which features Japan’s longest natural flagstone pavement and is known to be flowing with mythical energy.

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Access

Route1

  • Around 50 minutes by Nihon Kotsu bus Honmiya-Daisen Line via Kankodoro from JR Yonago Station. Disembark at Daisenji bus stop.

Route2

  • Around 70 minutes by Daisen Loop Bus Red Course via Masumizu Kogen from JR Yonago Station. A short walk from Daisen Makiba Milk no Sato bus stop (in service on Saturdays, Sundays, national holidays, Golden Week, summer vacation, and the fall foliage season, from April to November)

Opening Hours

Closed

Website

http://en.go-to-japan.jp/daisenguide/

Best season

All year

Point

The specialty soft-serve ice cream at Daisen Makiba Milk no Sato (farm) is a must-try.

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