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2250 Okubo, Komoro 384-0071 Nagano Prefecture
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-Snow mountain hiking at the foot of Asama- Karuizawa Snowshoe Tour
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-Snow mountain hiking at the foot of Asama- Karuizawa Snowshoe Tour
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A guided tour that uses snowshoe to trek the vast field of Asama.<br><br>Courses for beginners, intermediates, and advanced students can be selected depending on the level, so anyone of all ages can participate.<br><br>While looking for traces of wild animals and observing wild birds, you can enjoy a magnificent panorama of Mt. Asama and the superb view.
$60.45 per adult
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One of the spiritual center in Japan.the monk used to study here.one of the the temples here is on the cliff! U should check the pic.that is very unique even in Japan .must see. If u are lucky, u can meet cats waiting for visitors besides the main temple. It takes 25minutes to
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First this is a tiny temple located on the side of a very steep gorge well outside of the city of Komoro in Nagano Prefecture. The guides we read advise that the trail to the temple is difficult and steep and recommends seeing it only from a distance. I agree that our
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During our short visit to Nagano area, our family friend who lives in Komoro took us to this beautiful temple. This small little temple was build by the cliff, amazingly standing at the edge of the mountain. Breathtaking view from every corner.
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I lived in Komoro for 7 years and climbed up to this temple many times. It is a short, steep climb but only takes about 30 minutes. Craggy boulders and steep rock walls line the path. At the top there is a small Buddhist shrine perched on a cliff with a spectacular view of the
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