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Mt. Nanatsuishi and Mt. Takanosu ( Trekking / Japan Okutama, Tokyo)

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Date:
19 May, 2012(Sat) [Day Trip]
Members: Weather:
Fine weather


How to reach:
  Transport: Train Bus
Go: JR Okutama Station - Kamosawa Bus Station by Nishi-Tokyo Bus
Return: JR Okutama Station

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Route Details:
   06:48 Kamosawa Bus Station (Start !)
07:12 Kosode Parking Space
07:16 Kosode-Norikoshi Trailhead
08:31 Dotoko Crossing
09:23 Nanatsuishi Hut 09:37
10:03 Mt. Nanatsuishi (1,757m) 10:20
10:44 Senbon-Tsutsuji (1,704m)
11:24 Mt. Takamaru (1,733m)
11:51 Mt. Hikagenaguri (1,725m)
12:18 Takanosu-yama Emergency Hut 12:32
12:58 Mt. Takanosu (1,737m)
13:22 Mt. Mizune (1,620m)
14:30 Mt. Mutsuishi (1,479m) 14:40
16:50 JR Okutama Station (Goal !)


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Good morning ! Today's my trekking starts from Kamosawa Bus Station. The bus I rode from Okutama Station was packed with hikers.
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Good morning ! Today's my trekking starts from Kamosawa Bus Station. The bus I rode from Okutama Station was packed with hikers.
Here is a Trailhead to Mt. Kumotori, however I do not go there today.
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Here is a Trailhead to Mt. Kumotori, however I do not go there today.
The end of the road to the left
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The end of the road to the left
Tabasuki on the street light watched me. "Tabasuki" is the mascot character of Tabayama Village of Yamanashi Prefecture.
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Tabasuki on the street light watched me. "Tabasuki" is the mascot character of Tabayama Village of Yamanashi Prefecture.

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Trail started from here.
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Trail started from here.
Kibana-Kinpoge
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Kibana-Kinpoge
Kosode Parking space was almost full, when I passed there.
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Kosode Parking space was almost full, when I passed there.
Kosode-Norikoshi Trailhead
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Kosode-Norikoshi Trailhead
Beautiful fresh green
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Beautiful fresh green

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Mamushi-gusa (Jack in the pulpit)
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Mamushi-gusa (Jack in the pulpit)
Hitori-shizuka (Chloranthus japonicus)
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Hitori-shizuka (Chloranthus japonicus)

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Sumire (Viola mandshurica)
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Sumire (Viola mandshurica)
The direction of Akazashi Ridgeway
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The direction of Akazashi Ridgeway
There was a small shrine.
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There was a small shrine.

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Dotoko Crossing
Ridgeway starts from here.
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Dotoko Crossing
Ridgeway starts from here.

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Here is a view point for Mt. Fuji.
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Here is a view point for Mt. Fuji.
Mt. Fuji can be seen well today.
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Mt. Fuji can be seen well today.
Close up
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Close up
The right slope is the shortcut to Nanatsuishi Hut.
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The right slope is the shortcut to Nanatsuishi Hut.
The sign of the shortcut
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The sign of the shortcut
Sumire ?
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Sumire ?
Arriving at Nanatsuishi Hut
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Arriving at Nanatsuishi Hut
There are delicious free water. I had a little break at the Hut and bought a memorial badge.
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There are delicious free water. I had a little break at the Hut and bought a memorial badge.
Nice view from the Hut
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Nice view from the Hut
Mt. Fuji
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Mt. Fuji
The keeper of the hut said to me "Be carefull". I resumed trekking toward Mt. Nanatsuishi.
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The keeper of the hut said to me "Be carefull". I resumed trekking toward Mt. Nanatsuishi.

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At last, I climbed on the Ishione Ridgeway.
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At last, I climbed on the Ishione Ridgeway.
Beautiful blue sky
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Beautiful blue sky
As usual, there is a big rock on the trail.
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As usual, there is a big rock on the trail.
Nanatsuishi Shrine
I prayed here for the safety of today's trekking.
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Nanatsuishi Shrine
I prayed here for the safety of today's trekking.
Arriving at the summit of Mt. Nanatsuishi.
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Arriving at the summit of Mt. Nanatsuishi.

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Arrived at the summit of Mt. Nanatsuishi
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Arrived at the summit of Mt. Nanatsuishi
Mt.Kumotori (right peak) and the ridgeway to there
However, I do not go there today.
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Mt.Kumotori (right peak) and the ridgeway to there
However, I do not go there today.
The Southern Alps
(Shirane Three Mountains)
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The Southern Alps
(Shirane Three Mountains)
Mt. Fuji from Mt. Nanatsuishi
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Mt. Fuji from Mt. Nanatsuishi
Nice view from the summit
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Nice view from the summit
The stone triangulation marker on the summit
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The stone triangulation marker on the summit
Mt. Mito
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Mt. Mito
So, I started the trekking of Ishione Ridgeway toward JR Okutama Station.
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So, I started the trekking of Ishione Ridgeway toward JR Okutama Station.
I do not return to Kamosawa today.
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I do not return to Kamosawa today.

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Then, I was able to meet refreshing trail.
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Then, I was able to meet refreshing trail.
Good view from the trail
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Good view from the trail
Mt. Nanatsuishi I walked today
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Mt. Nanatsuishi I walked today

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Yama-Tsutsuji (Rhododendron kaempferi)
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Yama-Tsutsuji (Rhododendron kaempferi)
Close up
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Close up
There were many Tsutsuji trees on the hillside. They will in bloom on June.
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There were many Tsutsuji trees on the hillside. They will in bloom on June.
The summit of Senbon-Tsutsuji peak

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The summit of Senbon-Tsutsuji peak
Mt. Takamaru (Left peak) and Mt. Hikagenaguri (right peak) can be seen.
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Mt. Takamaru (Left peak) and Mt. Hikagenaguri (right peak) can be seen.
Kijimushiro (Potentilla fragarioides var. major) ?
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Kijimushiro (Potentilla fragarioides var. major) ?
Sumire (Viola mandshurica)
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Sumire (Viola mandshurica)
Sign Board between Senbon-Tsutsuji and Mt. Takamaru
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Sign Board between Senbon-Tsutsuji and Mt. Takamaru
Senbon-Tsutsuji peak I walked
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Senbon-Tsutsuji peak I walked
Steep slope near the summit
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Steep slope near the summit
The summit of Mt. Takamaru
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The summit of Mt. Takamaru
Sign-pole on the summit was down.
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Sign-pole on the summit was down.

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Sign Board between Mt. Takamaru and Mt. Hikagenaguri
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Sign Board between Mt. Takamaru and Mt. Hikagenaguri
Mt. Mito and Tsutsuji tree
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Mt. Mito and Tsutsuji tree
Close up
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Close up

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The summit of Mt. Hikagenaguri
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The summit of Mt. Hikagenaguri

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Mt. Takanosu can be seen.
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Mt. Takanosu can be seen.

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Takanosu-yama Emergency Hut is my favorite.
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Takanosu-yama Emergency Hut is my favorite.
The temperature gauge was indicating 12бы Celsius.
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The temperature gauge was indicating 12бы Celsius.
Uncluttered inside of the Hut
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Uncluttered inside of the Hut

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Mt. Daibosatsurei
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Mt. Daibosatsurei
Mt. Hikagenaguri
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Mt. Hikagenaguri
Mt. Kumotori
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Mt. Kumotori
Mountains of Ishione Ridgeway
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Mountains of Ishione Ridgeway
Arrived at Mt. Takanosu
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Arrived at Mt. Takanosu
Mt. Odake (left) and Mt. Gozen (right) are Okutama Three Mountains.
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Mt. Odake (left) and Mt. Gozen (right) are Okutama Three Mountains.
Mt. Mito is the highest mountain of Okutama Three Mountains.
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Mt. Mito is the highest mountain of Okutama Three Mountains.
Mt. Kayanoki
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Mt. Kayanoki
Daibosatsu mountains
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Daibosatsu mountains
I left the summit of Mt. Takanosu.
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I left the summit of Mt. Takanosu.
Straight
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Straight
Mt. Mizune
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Mt. Mizune

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Mt. Shiroyama
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Mt. Shiroyama
Steep slope starts from here
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Steep slope starts from here
Fresh green of the maple
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Fresh green of the maple
Close up
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Close up
The trail covered with fresh green
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The trail covered with fresh green
Branch to Mt. Mutsuishi
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Branch to Mt. Mutsuishi
This time, the summit of Mt. Mutsuishi was quiet.
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This time, the summit of Mt. Mutsuishi was quiet.
Right way
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Right way
Right way
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Right way
Left way
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Left way
Trailhead toward Ishione Ridgeway and Mt. Mutsuishi

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Trailhead toward Ishione Ridgeway and Mt. Mutsuishi

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I am walking on Hikawa-Ohashi bridge.
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I am walking on Hikawa-Ohashi bridge.
Arrived at JR Okutama Station
Here is today's my trekking goal.
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Arrived at JR Okutama Station
Here is today's my trekking goal.
  
Notes:(by gutenmrgen)
   This time, I walked Ishione Ridgeway in fresh green including Mt.Nanatsuishi and Mt.Takanosu in Okutama.
More specifically, I climbed Mt.Nanatsuishi from Kamosawa Bus Station and then I walked to the end of Ishione Ridgeway (It is JR Okutama Station).
If I can start from Mt.Kumotori, it is more better. However, I don't have enough physical strength in day trip.
As the result, I enjoyed nice trekking as planed all day with good weather.


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Related Points of Interest:
   Mt. Nanatsuishi (1757.3m)    Kamosawa Bus St.    Kosode Trailhead    Nanatsuishi Mountain Hut    Doutoko Crossing    Takanosu-yama Mountain Shelter    Mt. Takanosu (1736m)    Mt. Mutsuishi (1478.85m)    Mt. Hikagenaguri (1725m)    Mt. Takamaru (1733m)    Senbon-Tsutsuji (1704m)    Okutama Station    Mt. Mizune (1620m)   

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