Trip to Yamagata| Sightseeing of Tsuruoka-shi (Asahi district)
"This Akemi holy priest" of living body Buddha (real name solid-mindedness person) is laid in state.
It is tenjihan in Mt. Gassan wine and mountain grape juice, Wild Vine Extracts made specially in Asahi area.
"It is Taki Taro legendary huge fish which becomes foot, 2 meters in total length of Asahi Peaks Mt. Ito-dake.
The 31st hallow ground of Shonai Sanjusan-Kannon [33 Deities of Mercy] Occasion, temple where Kobo Daishi (Kukai) performed founding of Mount Yudono.
"Dinosaur exhibition" of Roadside Station "Mt. Gassan" quite popular every year Gassan Asahi Natural History Village now.
"Do not hear" which "do not talk"; hallowed ground, Mount Yudono of mountaineering asceticism is altitude 1,50..
1.. where there is a lot of charm in the Shonai beach each including "Yunohama beach"
kasumizakura of 200 years to bloom in the precincts of Churen-ji Temple years old. Color of petal begins blooming.
"Asahi supermarket line" can sense nature bodily more, colored leaves of Oct are superb views.
<faith, tradition, origin> Buddhist ascetic making visit to Mount Yudono is hit against waterfall, and stay; the body.
Mt. Maya-san (1,019m above sea level) assumes "large observation deck of Bandai-Asahi National Park".
There is chestnut tree of approximately ten kinds of approximately 50, and chestnut gatherer takes the ease in family, group.
One of 100 famous mountains in Japan, highest peak "Mt. Gassan" of Dewa San-zan are 1,984m above sea level.
It is full length 2,.. from "advanced course" of up to an inclination of 35 degrees at 300 meters in total length
Rokujurigoe Kaido Street known as Mecca of mountain worship, way to Dewa San-zan is ka.
"Rokujurigoe Kaido Street" which linked Nairiku to Shonai district was opened up for 1,200 years.
We can look from Route 112, observation deck of the Kome-no-Ko-no-Taki Waterfalls drive-in back. .
Wild swamp dam where colored leaves reflected in autumn surface of a lake are wonderful. When advance to the depths, Asahi Peaks.
Wild swamp dam is Asahi Peaks, the first-grade river which rises from, and flows into the Sea of Japan in Mt. Ito-dake.