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Mt. Iwaki

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Mt. Iwaki

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Private Cherry Blossom Tour in Hirosaki with a Local Guide
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Private Cherry Blossom Tour in Hirosaki with a Local Guide
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Visit one of Japan’s leading sakura (cherry blossom) viewing sites on a private full-day tour from Hirosaki. Designed for nature lovers visiting during springtime, this tour covers Hirosaki Park, filled with more than 2,600 cherry trees. Stroll around the natural expanse, posing for photos and admiring shrines, temples, and  different species of cherry tree. Hotel pickup is included.
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Mt. Iwaki rises alone from near sea- level, making it seem much larger than it really is. The views are stunning, and you cn see it on a clear day from the Aomori bridge and from the ferry to Hakodate, even.
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Approaching the town of Hirosaki, one thing dominates your view: Mount Iwaki. It rises alone from the plain, a beautiful composite volcano. If you can get to the Tsura-no-Mai bridge, the mountain makes a lovely site reflected in the lake. A bus ride out to the Iwaki Yama
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We visited the park on a cloudy day and it was quite difficult to view Mt. Iwaki at a distance clearly. Anyway, we took a few photos at last.
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The mountain is everything you expect to see in a "Japanese montin." It is symmetrical, snow capped, pretty an mysterious. It looks like all the mountains you see in their old paintings. Mount Fuji may be a little better, but this is a fine imitation!
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Luckily it was a clear day during my visit, so the autumn foliage and views from the top of the ropeway were splendid. The best part was actually driving up and down the Tsugaru-Iwaki Skyline toll road. It's about 1,600 to 1,800 yen if I remember correctly.
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