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- 小田急線秦野駅：秦野駅橋上駅舎 1997 グッドデザイン賞
秦野の富士山ビューポイント： 秦野市曽屋周辺、 東名高速道路「秦野中井インターチェンジ」より、新善波トンネル周辺。特に冬季（11月頃から3月頃）は、空気が澄んでいるため、富士山が良く見えます。
Odakyu Line Hadano Station ：Hadano Station Building in 1997 won the Good Design Award.
Hadano Water：This groundwater in Hadano was selected as one of the 100 Selected Exquisite and Wells of Water in 1985, and in March 2016, "Delicious Hadano Water-Tanzawa no Shizuku", which was bottling groundwater, was selected. 100 Selected General Elections The deliciousness of the selected water category is ranked first in Japan.
Hadano Hot Spring: Great Water Hadano Fujimi-no-yu, from bath of hot spring the Mt. Fuji can be seen.
Hadano Mt. Fuji view point: Around Hadano City Soya area, from Tomei Expressway [Hadano-Nakai IC], also around the Zenba tunnel. Especially in winter from November to March, the air is clear, so you can see Mt. Fuji very well.Written May 8, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- It's just 1 hour via train from Shinjuku and 15 mins bus to the station. There's no English language in the travel information room. There're the big map with many routes to many mountain tops. Mt. Tonodake is the 2nd high around that area (Tanzawa is the highest one). It's around 7 km. from the bus station. The view along the way is breathtaking. It's very beautiful. You can see the city view in some points. When we reach 2/3 of the path, we saw the Fuji San at the opposite site, but the view from mountain top is much more beautiful. After 4 hours we reach the top and the view is stunning with 360 panorama view.
Some parts are very steep. If you are the beginner, i recommend you to have the hiking pole with you as well as the nice hiking shoes. Also make sure you prepare enough food and the bottles of water for your breakfast and lunch. We have only 2 bottles of water and it's not enough. 2 Japanese men give us the bottle of water. They are the life saver!!
Note: You can continue hiking to the Mt. Tanzawa. It take around 1 more hour to the highest one.Written December 17, 2015This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I cycled up to Yabitsu Pass the long way from Sagamihara, so I guess I'm rating the whole experience, which was one my best in Japan to date.
I started out early on a Saturday morning in October from Tsukui-Ko, (NR413 and PR64) and crossed Miyagase lake, before heading up the Yabitsu Pass road (PR70). Beautiful. Fir trees, mountains and clear bubbling streams. Had to share the road occasionally with motorcycles and cars, which - given that the road is narrow and in some places wet - got a little hairy. But, fundamentally, the pleasure of being out of Tokyo and in the great outdoors was overwhelmingly worth it.
The 80km round trip took me just over 3 and a half hours with stops for photos and map checks. The ride back down from Yabitsu Pass to Tsukui-Ko was exhilarating and absolutely justified the hard work in getting up there.
I'd strongly recommend this as a place to do a day's cycling or walking.Written October 24, 2014This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We wanted to get out of Tokyo for the day and have a bit of a walk so we drove to Kanagawa and climbed Mt. Kobo. we found some parking close by and got some stuff to eat at a Family Mart near by and got on our way. The walk/hike takes about 2.5 hours (round trip) and longer if you stop for lunch like we did. There are park benches scattered along the walk so its easy to find a place to sit. It is a little steep when you start the climb but the evens out a bit after the initial 30 mins. Nice view from the small tower at the top and you can see Fuji on a good dayWritten November 2, 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Seeing the various cities lit up at night was a beautiful and relaxing experience. The road to the point has many curves and barely any street lights so I was a little scared. There were a few groups of young people fooling around in their cars so that was something I didn’t want to see. But overall, the view was amazing.Written December 13, 2018This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The climb, as you've no doubt have read, starts out incredibly leisurely. Not a care in the world. Just walking and appreciating the beautiful scenery. Once arriving at the base of Nabewari, you start actually climbing...stairs. So many stairs. Don't get me wrong, I'm glad they were built as without them, the hike would've been tricky, but every so often I doubted why I'd decided to go on this adventure. Then, I remembered: UDON.
Nabeyaki udon on top of a mountain with views for days (in good weather). WORTH IT! Warm broth and noodles with delicious vegetables and an egg on top. Come for the scenery, stay for the udon, appreciating that the supplies for the hut are often carried on the backs of volunteers. Thank you, volunteers.
After eating my fill and taking some pictures, I made my way back down the mountain (same trail as the ascent). The descent is no problem with proper footwear.Written October 26, 2016This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- If you are a novice for mountain climbing, this is a good start for you. The first kilometer can be a little tough because of the wide gaps of stairs ascending to the top. But once you reach the view deck, it will be an easy go towards the exit. The view from the top is nice especially if you can clearly see Mount Fuji from afar.
You can also pack your lunchbox and have a relaxing picnic at the top. They have picnic tables for people who want to relax and unwind before continuing to walk down to the exit of the trail.Written August 29, 2017This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Every kid in the metro has been into gadgets games and all that electronic stuff that is why its very hard for them to appreciate nature.
In this lake, you get the chance to introduce them to some mild hiking and fishing. Which is great for personal development.Written September 3, 2016This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
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