Hachioji stretches over a large area, combining such diverse parts as the densely populated city center and its shopping district with the hardly populated rural areas in the west. Mt. Takao (599 m) is a popular hiking destination in the southwest, easily accessible through the Keiō Takao Line.
Once you've memorized one through 10, it's easy to figure out the rest of the numbers in Japanese. To form numbers from 11~19, start with "juu" (10) and then add the number you need. Twenty is "ni-juu" (2X10) and for twenty one, just add one (nijuu ichi). There is another numerical system in Japanese, which is the native Japanese numbers.
From Takao station by bus, to the small Buddha bus stop. Walk for 20 minutes and arrive at the trailhead to the kobotoke pass. Kobotoke pass away, about 40 minutes. From there to the Castle. Castle, teahouse of Harumi tea shop and castle restaurant. Featured is the Harumi teahouse. Sweet bean soup, Curry udon, Oden, mushroom soup, none good.
Tsukui Lake Shiroyama Park; Location: Kanagawa Prefecture, Sagamihara City, Negoya 162; Closing Day – Period – Fee – Getting there: With train and bus : Go to Hashimoto station via Yokohama line, Sagami line, or Keio line. Continue with Kanachu bus, take the bus that goes for Mikage (the bus at number 1 line). Get off the bus in front of Tsuruiko Kankou Centre and walk for 1 minute to get there.
Meiji no Mori Takao Quasi-National Park (明治の森高尾国定公園, Meiji no Mori Takao Kokutei Kōen) is located around Mount Takao in Hachiōji, Tokyo, Japan. Established in 1967 for the centennial celebrations of the accession of Emperor Meiji, it is the smallest of the Quasi-National Parks.
Above, to get to the summit of Mount Jimba, I took a trail in the forest instead of the mountain road + stairs. Above, the horse statue at the summit of Mount Jinba. Above, Mount Fuji. Above, on the way to Mount Kagenobu. Above, at the summit of Mount Kagenobu. Above, on the way to Kobotoke Pass. Above, at Kobotoke Pass. Above, Lake Sagami.
Reaching a height of 599 m (1965 ft) and boasting scenic hiking trails, Mt. Takao remains a popular day trip from Tokyo, being only 50 km (31 miles) from the city center. Choose from several trails that lead from the base of the mountain to the top, or take the funicular train halfway up to ease the arduous climb.
The Monkey Park is located in Mt. Takao. The Wildflower Garden is also in this mountain. You can enjoy both the park and the garden with one ticket. In Monkey Park, about 60 monkeys live in a group and you can see them up close. The park is famous for park docents who present humorous talk shows about rules and daily life of monkey society and answer questions from visitors.
I can experience indigo dyeing, a grasshopper, papermaking, the ceramic art that are a folkcraft of local Aikawa-machi, tree bamboo work. I raise the interest to the area through the original experience of the folkcraft and become the place planning local interchange with a visitor.
Here are sereval top Chinese Silk Road or Silk Route museums and silk museums related to China Silk Road adventure. 1. Silk Route Museum in Jiuquan, Gansu Province The Silk Route Museum is located in Jiuquan, Gansu Province along the Silk Road, a trading route connecting Rome to China, traveled by Marco Polo.
Currently, it's also designated as 'Takao Jinba Prefectural Natural Park (Tourist Takao Jinba shizen kōen, a Prefectural Natural Park in Western Tokyo, Japan, established in 1950)' and ''Meiji no Mori Takao Quasi-National Park (in Hachioji City, Tokyo Prefecture)' to preserve the mother nature of Mt. Takao.
TRICK ART File.003 Old Cairo. As you walk along the streets of old Cairo, drawn by something, you find you have lost your way. Suddenly, in a corner of the city you come across a "mysterious door". You open it slowly and there before your very eyes lies the world of ancient Egypt. What a discovery!.
Tama Forest Science Garden, 2012. The Tama Forest Science Garden (多摩森林科学園, Tama Shinrin Kagakuen, 57 hectares), formerly the Asakawa Experiment Forest and sometimes also known as the Tama Botanical Park, is an arboretum located at the foot of Mount Takao, 1833-81 Todori, Hachiōji, Tokyo, Japan.
One example of an industrial cluster is the Technology Advanced Metropolitan Area Cluster (TAMA cluster) led by TAMA Association. The cluster takes its name from the Tama region west of downtown Tokyo. The Association office of the cluster is based in the city of Hachioji, which is surrounded by mountains on three sides.
The Ueno Zoo is the oldest and most famous, but the zoo to visit is the Tama Zoological Park, it is a must see! Located in the Tama Hills suburbs of Tokyo, the zoo exhibits are set inside a forest of oak and deciduous trees, which make up 60% of the zoo area.
Every Get off the Soka University Main Gate / Tokyo Fuji Art Museum (SOKA DAIGAKU / TOKYO FUJI BIJUTSUKAN) Keio Hachioji Station. No. 4 Nishi-Tokyo Bus Platform ・Take the bus departing for Soka University Main Gate / Tokyo Fuji Art Museum (SOKA DAIGAKU / TOKYO FUJI BIJUTSUKAN) ・Take the bus departing for Soka University Loop (SOKA DAIGAKU JUNKAN).
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