Superb view to overlook from monument, mountain pass ticking away beautiful stone pavement, history….
There is a lot of highlight in Kumano Kodo Street Iseji that was chosen for "100 selections of strolls".
We introduce Kumano Kodo Street Iseji walking the distance to leave ancient feature for exhaustively.
Approximately 320,000 walks
We express physical strength level for walk level / walk
It is distance and time from / starting point of a mountain climb nearest station (bus stop) to the Shimoyamaguchi nearest station (bus stop) at distance, walk time
Turn into Tsuzurato-toge Pass from the middle of Edo era; in official route of Kumano Highway. We see the good offing of view, and it is flat, and phrase board of Bokushi Suzuki is built.
We were used as life way until the early days of the Showa era even after Nisaka-toge Pass became official route after the Edo era. State of preservation of stone pavement, stone wall is good, too
Gentle course that can enjoy scenery of Lake elegant Kumano floating Kojima. It is recommended to drop in at hot spring of hometown.
"hajikami" meaning salamander (we are ashamed and chew) is origin of the name of mountain pass.
We can overlook islands called Matsushima of Kii from observation deck of mountain pass.
Stone pavement where solid native rock was spread all over in a heap protected ancient morality from rain of Owase that was proud of top-class precipitation in Japan.
We were said to be thirty-three holy places for pilgrimage in the Kinki district's best difficult place, and we appeared frequently, and bandit and wolf were ever afraid of by pilgrim, too. Much Ishibotoke nestles besides stone pavement way.
In late years we were found by local people. Good way of view from between trees with an ocean view. Inokake meandering from mountain pass is said to be the longest in our district.
It is drawn a boundary with Owase-shi and Kumano-shi at boundary, the present of country of Shima and country of Kii around the Middle Ages. We can come across others around historic spot of Sone, beautiful stone pavement and Inokake.
Meaning that God of Ise and Kumano meets "aishin." When wolf appeared frequently once. Mossed stone pavement almost leads to all sections.
Legend and mythical village where jofukudensetsu is left in Hadasu. Visiting historic spots, let's feel eternal time. Rare Takebayashi opens in Obuki-toge Pass in Kumano Kodo Street.
The Kannon Pass which Kannon stone statue of the pilgrimage around the thirty-three holy places in the Kinki district thirty-three temples compared with besides way was used well without passing Obuki-toge Pass in the times when Kannon worship was prosperous.
Hananoiwaya from the ancient times
Beautiful stone pavement remains, and, at mountain pass among Takebayashi, guardian deity of children like size of life meets.
As of July, 2015,
There is suspended point by collapse partly.
Stone pavement where sacred tree rhyolite peculiar to this ground was spread all over spreads out orderly.
Gentle Tanada opens to village, Sakamoto of the foot.
Mountain pass which was high office to link mountain village to the seaside. Mossed stone pavement spreads out, and huge morning fog "wind biography Oroshi" is seen at the foot from autumn to spring.
Way where we were used for a long time as life way, and blessing of the sea and riches of the soil came and went. From observation deck, we can overlook mountain range with wonderful Tanada built on the hillside.
Way toward Shingu where kumayasokugyokudaisha is enshrined along seven village Mihama from Kumano city. * of the sea and contrast of white wave are splendid.
We experience the Kumano River with three sail and can realize the Kumano River while looking at Bhikkuni fall and molding thing of mysterious nature including bell stone. Along the Kumano River, there is Kawabata (river length) highway (as of ※ July, 2015, impossible of traffic).
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