07 November

Mishima-Taisha Shrine

The Mishima-Taisha shrine is known for the place where Minamoto no Yoritomo once prayed the revival of the Genji family. The Kinmokusei (fragrant olive) tree in the Mishima-Taisha Shrine is over 1,200 years, which is registered as the Natural Monument of Japan. The shrine also said to be a power spot. It was destroyed by the Tokai Earthquake occurred in 1854, and was rebuilt afterwards. The sculptures around the building is registered as the Important Cultural Property of Japan.

Mishima-Taisha Shrine

Kakitagawa spring

Kakitagawa spring is the biggest one in Asia which has one million ton litters of water spring everyday. It has high transparency and purity. Kakitagawa is chosen as 100 best water in Japan.

Kakitagawa spring

Hakone's Mt. Komagatake

Mt. Komagatake is a 1357m ASL, created by a Hakone volcanic eruption 40,000 years ago. We can reach the top of Mt. Komagatame in seven minutes by a ropeway. After short trip of the ropeway, you can meet a magnificent Mt. Fuji view.

Hakone's Mt. Komagatake