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The Fujimi Trail (Fujimi no michi)

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Take the JR Itsukaichi Line to Musashi-Itsukaichi Station, and catch a bus to the Kamikawanori bus stop. Cross the Minami Akikawa Bridge, and then follow the highway until you come to a sign that marks the start of the climb. The road to Sengen Pass starts off as a steep climb, and then levels into a gentle upward slope. Surrounded by beautiful greenery, the easy-to-hike Sengen Pass has rest huts, benches, and sign markers, which make it an ideal place to come for a relaxing walk. The mountain ridge road that leads to Mt. Kumakura is flanked with eye-catching Japanese larch, which bristle with beautiful, seasonal green or vibrant yellow leaves. There are benches available on the summit of Mt. Kumakura, from which the view is excellent.
Follow the rolling path that leads through the middle of the plain of mixed trees and kuma bamboo grass to reach Mt. Mikuni. The boundaries of Tokyo, Kanagawa, and Yamanashi prefectures meet at the summit of Mt. Mikuni. If you glance over your shoulder from here, you will be able to look over the bamboo grass-flanked trail that you have walked, which stretches all the way to Mt. Mito. On the other side of the Doshi mountain range, you will see Mt. Fuji and the path ahead leading toward Mt. Shoto. To the east of Mt. Mikuni, there are comfortably flat hiking trails that detour around the peaks of Mt. Shoto, Mt. Kayamaru, and Mt. Daigomaru, and which are fully marked with guide signs. The view from the summit of Mt. Shoto is excellent and affords an especially wonderful view of Mt. Fuji. Once you pass Mt. Daigomaru, bands of Japanese cedar trees will begin to catch your eye along the trail to Wada Pass. Take a break at the pass, and then take the paved path for the Jinba Takahara Shita bus stop.


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