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Hiking / Walking Spots in Tokyo Area

  • Hato no Su Valley Yuhodo
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Okutama-machi, Nishitama-gun, Tokyo
  • Akigawa Bridge River Park Barbecue Land
    9 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Akirunoshi Totohara 813
    A barbecue area set in the beautiful natural surroundings of Akigawa Valley. Surrounded by green mountains the place is hugely popular with children who can enjoy playing in the water on the side of the river. Barbecues and equipment are available to hire but visitors should bring their own food and drink.

    小さい子供を連れていっても、川が浅いところが多いので楽しんでいました。 トイレも遠くなく、便利です。 駐車場は普通車1000円。石がゴロゴロの河原です。椅子を持っていくほうが快適かも。 機材は全てレンタルできるし、食材さえ買っておけば、ゆっくり調理してバーベキュー楽しめます。 たもとの商店でビーチサンダルやら食材飲み物買えます。 電車で来ている人も多かったです。

  • Jingu Gaien Cycling Course
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku
    A five-minute walk from Kokuritsu-Kyogijo Station on the Toei Oedo Line subway. This cycling road is located inside Meiji Jingu Gaien, whose other facilities include the New National Stadium and Meiji Jingu Stadium. The cycling road is open on Sundays and holidays. Note that even on these days the cycling road may not be open depending on weather. Note that at the present time, bicycle rentals are not provided and visitors must bring their own bicycle. The 1.2-kilometer-long course heads east from the Cycling Center reception area and travels behind the Meiji Memorial Picture Gallery. Cycling classes for young children are held here, making this a destination where families with small children can also have fun.
  • Okutama Mukashimichi
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Nishitama-gun Okutamamachi Hikawa Sakaibaru
    "This hiking course is situated along the Old Ome Highway traveling southwest from Okutama Station. 9.4-kilometer-long, the course takes around four hours to walk. Hikawa Shrine is located right next to the station, and from there you can follow the trail and come across a variety of sightseeing destinations such as the Hagurozaka hill road, a famously beautiful pagoda tree, and Fudo Waterfall. Literally meaning the ""Okutama Old Time Road,"" as its name implies, those walking the course can take in scenery from a bygone age. The trail ends at Lake Okutama. Note that there are steep mountain trails along the course; prospective walkers are recommended to make thorough preparations beforehand."
  • Sengen Ridge Hiking Course
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Nishitama-gun Hinoharamura
    A 25-minute bus ride from Musashi-Itsukaichi Station. This hiking course starts near the Motoshukuyakuba-mae bus stop and visits Hossawa Falls before passing through Tokisaka Pass and connecting to Mt. Sengenrei. The entire course takes around two and a half hours to walk one-way, and if you like you can catch a bus partway along the course when you want to head back. The course also climbs and descends gradually and there are benches along its length, making this a popular hiking trail which even beginners can comfortably enjoy. Spectacular views can be seen from scenic lookouts along the course, along with seasonal plants and flowers.
  • Takamizu Three Peaks Hiking Course
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Ome-shi
    This hiking course travels in an arch, starting at Ikusabata Station and climbing Mt. Takamizu, Mt. Iwatake Ishiyama, and Mt. Sogaku before ending at Mitake Station. All three mountains, known as the Takamizu Three Peaks, are each 700-meters-high and are relatively easy to climb, but because of the spectacular scenery which can be enjoyed from their summits, this hiking course is recommended as one of the best for beginners in the Okutama area. The course takes around four hours to walk. Additional highlights along the course include the Jofukuin Temple, Masugataki Waterfall, and the Aoi Shrine Okunoin.
  • Mt. Mitakeand Mt. Hinode Hiking Course
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Ome-shi Nishitama-gun
    This hiking course starts at Mitake Station and follows Mt. Mitake's shrine road, then visits the Mitake Visitor Center and Musashi Mitake Shrine before reaching Mt. Hinode. After climbing up and descending from Mt. Hinode, be sure to stop by the Tsuru-Tsuru Onsen hot spring bathhouse and take a relaxing, soothing soak. The course ends at Musashi-Itsukaichi Station. The entire course takes around three and a half hours to walk or, if you take the cable car part way, around two and a half hours. Additional highlights along the course include an avenue of cedar trees planted in the early Edo period, and a sacred Japanese zelkova tree estimated to be 1,000 years old.
  • Rokugo-yosui walking trail
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Ota-ku Denenchofuhoncho
    Rokugo-yosui is an irrigation canal fed by the Tama River. Heading south along the Tokyu Tamagawa Line (from Tamagawa Station), there is a walking path that runs along the recreated canal starting from the south end of the tunnel which crosses beneath the Nakahara Kaido . Completed in 1611, Rokugo-yosui was built by Tokugawa Ieyasu for new rice fields that boosted production, strengthening the shogunate's power base. Most of it has now been filled in, but at the time it consisted of more than 20 kilometers of waterways. Today spring water flows into the reconstructed channel, and the water's so clear you can even see carp and turtles.
  • Mukojimayosuishinsuiro Mukojima Park
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Hinoshi Arai 923-1
  • Takaosanshizenkenkyuro
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Hachioujishi Takaomachi
  • Takaosan Kagenobuyama Hiking trail
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Hachioujishi Takaomachi 揃 Uratakao cho
  • Jimbasan Hiking trail
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Hachioujishi Kamiongatamachi , Sano River Green Area of Sagamihara-shi, Kanagawa Prefecture
  • Mitakesan Rock Garden
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Ome-shi Mitakesan
  • Ome Hills Hiking Trails
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Ome-shi Honmachi
  • Chibusayama trekking
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Ogasawara Village Hahajima
  • miharayama & urasabaku course
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Oshima Motomachi 1-chome 1-14
  • Mt.Tenjo Trekking
    Leisure / Hobbies
  • Volcano Experience Walkway
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Miyakemura Ako
  • Ionuma Totaki course
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Hachijo-machi Ionuma - Totaki
  • Mitakesan Hiking Trails
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Ome-shi Mitakesan

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