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Koajiro Forest

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Koajiro Forest

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Misakimachi, Koajiro, Miura 238-0225 Kanagawa Prefecture
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redeyeblues wrote a review May 2017
Edinburgh, United Kingdom1,196 contributions403 helpful votes
Just a 20-minute walk from Misakiguchi Station following signs or a 4-minute bus ride to Hikibashi 引橋 Bus Stop (三4/5/6/9/11 from Bus Stop 1 or 2) - walk back where the bus came from then cross the street at the next light to the left leading to the entry point. A magical journey through a lush forest of varied vegetation with blue-tinted dragonflies dancing in the sky! Walk on boardwalks and packed mud paths looking at ferns and lush plants in the marsh. It took us 40 minutes to walk to a small bay where you can have fun crab-spotting along the shore. From there, you can walk to another bus stop and an ocean-side hot spring place that costs 1000 yen. We chose to walk back along the same way towards the station. There was barely anyone on a Sunday afternoon. All we could hear was birds chirping and the breeze brushing against the grass. An amazing way to spend a couple of hours in nature!
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Brett A wrote a review Mar 2017
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A gentle walk for a couple of kilometres throgh wooded areas and swampland. The walk is, for the most parts, raised and boarded and climbing up and down is reduced to stairways. The views are old forest and meadow until, at the finish, you see the sea. When you reach the end, be sure to look for the crabs waving a welcome but please be careful not to step on them, they are very small. The other wildlife you will definitely see are the black kites which rule the skies in this area. All in all, a great half day out.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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