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I came down around 15:30. It took only 2 and a half hours, but I felt satisfied after the two hikes with lots of wildflowers.

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As I hiked Mt. Hinata in the morning, I arrived at a parking of Fujimi Panorama Resort a little before 1:00.

I used a rope way.




I turned left at this branch towards the marshland.

The marshland is protected by deer fences of the size probably 1km x 1km and people go thought his slicing door.




Umebachiso was one of my main targets of his hike.








And Akebonoso was the main purpose of his hike. ^^)




As I found two major targets, I continued to walk toward the peak.

There were various flowers blooming along the trail.





But these flwoers were also in a deer fence.






When I arrived at the peak around 14:15, clouds had started to cover nearby mountains.


But I could see Sawa Lake.

And the tip of Mt. Fuji. ^^)

The peak is usually crowded with hikers, but there were only two others, as it was a little late.

I continued to walk as I took pictures of wildflowers.





I used a forest road on my way back to make a shortcut to the rope way station.

16 degrees was not so bad for a hike.

I found several other exotic flowers in the botanical garden near the rope way station.










I came down around 15:30. It took only 2 and a half hours, but I felt satisfied after the two hikes with lots of wildflowers.

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