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Haguromachi Toge, Tsuruoka 997-0211 Yamagata Prefecture
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Food x Spiritual Culture: Buddhist cuisine taught by Yamabushi
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Food x Spiritual Culture: Buddhist cuisine taught by Yamabushi
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It is a trip to learn the spiritual culture of Japan based on nature worship through the devoted cuisine of Dewa Sanzan. Dewa Miyama is a sacred place of Shugendo. One of Dewa Sanzan, Ashigran Green Guide Jippon of Mt. We will have vegetarian cuisine at Haguro Sansaikan. Dewa Sanzan's vegetarian cuisine is a vegetarian cuisine created by Yamabushi's wisdom to survive in the mountains. While actually watching the rich wild plants and mushrooms collected at Dewa Sanzan, learn how to preserve and cook from the chef, and enjoy the rich blessings of the mountains. Pray to the mountains and slowly experience the spiritual culture of Japan that appreciates grace.
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Sarah B wrote a review Aug 2019
Tacoma, Washington51 contributions15 helpful votes
My sister and I aimed to split the Dewa Sanzan (Haguro, Gassan, and Yudono) across three days. Haguro was said to take about 2 hours to climb up/down and so we did this hike at the end of our travel day from Semboku/Kuroyu in the north. We arrived at the bus area/trailhead for
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Date of experience: July 2019
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thelonious22 wrote a review Jul 2019
Seongnam3,942 contributions593 helpful votes
Haguro-san, which symbolizes birth, was the easiest to access as buses take visitors right up to the summit before few buses move on to Gas-san. We took the first bus that departed at 6am and got off at the base of Huguro-san and began our hike around 7am. It took a little
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Date of experience: July 2019
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The Hidden Japan wrote a review Jun 2019
6 contributions1 helpful vote
Mt, Haguro is one of the top travel destinations of Yamagata Prefecture and an absolute must for anyone visiting this region of Japan. With towering cedar forests, ancient temples, and a wonderful stone path that snakes up the mountain, this mountain is an extremely beautiful
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Martin H wrote a review May 2019
Hong Kong, China276 contributions40 helpful votes
The walk up the 2,446 steps of the Ishi-Dan through the cedar trees up to the Sanjin-Gosaiden shrine at the top is beautiful and relaxing if you pace yourself. I went in May so it was relatively cool with low humidity but I'm sure this will be a more difficult walk in higher
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Date of experience: May 2019
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TNT wrote a review Apr 2019
Otawara, Japan34 contributions2 helpful votes
Have to be fit to hike this 2 km steps up to the temple surrounded by beautiful cedar trees. There is little hut offering drink in halfway up. It's free.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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