Randonnées

Randonnées

Profiter du parfum des fleurs et des arbres, et sentir le vent au cours d'une promenade dans la nature, est une merveilleuse expérience à ne pas manquer. Au cours des randonnées vous pouvez profiter des fleurs au printemps, de la verdure en été et des couleurs de l'automne. Le circuit de randonnée de Misen, dans l'île de Miyajima, est très populaire parmi les visiteurs car les randonneurs peuvent observer des plantes et insectes endémiques, que l'on ne trouve qu'à Miyajima.

Taishakukyo Gorge
Taishakukyo Gorge

There are a number of amazing stones on which some strange decorative designs are carved around Hibayama Mountain; that is known as a mythical mountain which is introduced in the Japanese oldest chronicle "Kojiki" as the summit where Izanaminomikoto, who is the mythical goddess giving a birth of Japan, was buried. These amazing stones are lyin...

Gorges de Sandankyo
Gorges de Sandankyo

Sandankyo possede un panorama d'une veritable beaute favorise par des eaux au courant limpide et par la verdure. Ce lieu est un grand val de 13 km de distance qui s'etend de l'entree de Sandankyo au lac Hijiri. Les 5 sublimes panoramas de Kurobuchi inclus la falaise et la foret primaire, Sarutobi, le passage etroit entre les rochers et les cas...

Mt. Hiba
Mt. Hiba

Mt. Hiba, a part of Hiba-Dogo-Taishaku Quasi-National Park is located on the border of Shimane prefecture. There are a series of mountain that are classified into the mountains 1200m at the elevation around Mt.Hiba. The area of the summit is covered by virgin forest of beech trees that is designated as a national treasure, and the beautiful sc...

Mt. Fudekage
Mt. Fudekage

The scenery of a number of islands, viewed from the 311m height summit, is designated as Seto Inland Sea National Park. It is as beautiful as the scenery seen from the adjacent Ryuo Mountain which is known as the best view within the Seto region. A great number of people visit the place from across the nation. In spring, this site is crowded w...

Mt. Misen
Mt. Misen

At 535 meters this mountain is the highest on the island. You can see views of the Inland Sea and the Shikoku Mountains from the top. Mt. Misen has been worshipped as a deity mountain, and its virgin forests are designated as a national monument. The Gumonjido hall founded by Kobo Daishi, the Sankido hall and the Dainichido hall are near the s...

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