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[大山(伊勢原市)エリア]山や緑、自然豊かなkanagawaを満喫

[Oyama (Isehara City) area] Enjoy the mountains, greenery, and nature-rich kanagawa

(Top Image) Oyama Afuri-jinja lower shrine (Image source: Oyama Afuri-jinja Shrine)

Isehara is located near the center of Kanagawa Prefecture, and Mt. Oyama, the symbol of Isehara, is a 1,252m peak situated at the northwestern edge of the city.
Here we will introduce our recommended sightseeing route and spots in the Oyama area.

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View from the Oyama Afuri-jinja lower shrine (Image source: Oyama Afuri-jinja Shrine)


Oyama-dera Temple’s fall foliage (Image source: Isehara Tourist Association)

〈Access to Mt. Oyama〉
Disembark at Odakyu Odawara Line Isehara Station→Board Kanagawa Chuo Bus bound for Oyama Cable Car at North Exit Bus Stop Boarding Area 4→(approx. 30 min.) Disembark at Oyama Cable Car bus terminus.
*The bus terminus is a 15-min. walk from the cable car station.

〈Access to Oyama Afuri-jinja Shrine〉
Disembark at Odakyu Odakyu Line Isehara Station→Board Kanagawa Chuo Bus bound for Oyama Cable Car at North Exit Bus Stop Boarding Area 4→(approx. 30 min.) Disembark at Oyama Cable Car bus terminus and walk for about 15 min.→Located a short walk from the exit after disembarking the Oyama Cable Car at Afuri-jinja (Sanjo Station).

〈Access to Oyama-dera Temple〉
Disembark at Odakyu Odakyu Line Isehara Station→Board Kanagawa Cho Bus bound for Oyama Cable Car at North Exit Bus Stop Boarding Area 4→(approx. 30 min.) Disembark at Oyama Cable Car bus terminus and walk for about 15 min.→Located a short walk from the exit after disembarking the Oyama Cable Car at Oyama-dera (Chukan Station).

《Recommended Oyama sightseeing route: “Oyama-mairi”》

>>>Experience the Oyama-mairi, a registered Japan Heritage!

*Japan Heritage…Local historic attractions or unique features which relate stories telling the legacy of Japanese culture and traditions are recognized as Japan Heritage by the Agency for Cultural Affairs
*Oyama-mairi…An unprecedented popular pilgrimage of the Edo period in which builders and other artisans carried enormous wooden swords from Edo, purified their bodies under a waterfall, and climbed to the summit to present offerings

《See the Oyama Sightseeing Guide here》

■Isehara Station Sightseeing Information Center
>>>See facility information here

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