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Mt. Oiseyama, Mt. Narakura, and Mt. Oodera (13/15)


In an hour, I reached a broad knob like peak of Mt. Ohdera where a big white stupa is.

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Taken By tatsuca
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Maker Panasonic
Model DMC-TZ85
Taken on 17 Nov, 2017 11:45
ISO speed 80
Shutter Speed 1/1000 sec
Aperture f/4.0
Focal length 4.3mm
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I drove up to a small parking space just 5 minute walk from this "peak" of Mt. Ise. Actually a grave yard is higher than the peak sign. ?_?

Anyway, this is onel of the 12 Fuji viewing spots of Otsuki city. Mt. Fuji was really beautiful in the nice weather.

Then I drove toward Mt. Narakura. There was a nice dam lake along the #139 national road.

It was about an hour drive

From the parking space at Matsuhime toge, I could see Mt. Fuji already.

I arrived at the peak in an hour. There was no good view from the peak, but there was a viewing point a little down toward south.

Mt. Fuji from this peak was also one of the 12 grand views of Mt. Fuji of Ohtsuki city.

I found several wild birds on my way back to the parking space.

It was about a 30 minute drive.

The trailhead was ahead of a path through the right side of Jinya soba restaurant.

When I walked up five minutes, I could see the Lake Okutama and color leaves on the slopes of surrounding mountains.

The leaves on the ridge were also changed colors.

In an hour, I reached a broad knob like peak of Mt. Ohdera where a big white stupa is.

I turned around and came back on the same trail. I didn't take a photo on my way to, but there was a narrow rocky ridge.

And I returned to the parking space around 12:45.
The color leaves were also beautiful near the parking space.

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