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Mt. Mitake

Ome, Tokyo Prefecture
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Great getaway from the city life!

My wife and I visited Mitakesan while stationed in Japan. We have been exploring Tokyo here... read more

Reviewed 4 March 2018
Chaise L
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Great getaway from busy city of Tokyo

It is still within the Tokyo, a hidden gem to be discovered. For those longing for peaceful nature... read more

Reviewed 30 December 2017
adamtravel30
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Reviewed 4 March 2018 via mobile

My wife and I visited Mitakesan while stationed in Japan. We have been exploring Tokyo here recently, and wanted a change of scenery. Mitakesan was exactly that! The mountain is accessible by cable car which is very clean and looks reliable. There is a small...More

Thank Chaise L
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Reviewed 30 December 2017

It is still within the Tokyo, a hidden gem to be discovered. For those longing for peaceful nature, cold breeze, trekking, traditional Japanese Shinto shrine, this is for you! Accessible by JR Ome line to Mitake station, then by bus to Cable car station to...More

2  Thank adamtravel30
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Reviewed 7 December 2017 via mobile

Mt.Mitake is the sacred place in Okutama. It takes you about one hour from Takimoto to Mitake without riding the cable car. If you get on the cable car, you can go to the shrine and the rock garden easily. The shrine is calm and...More

1  Thank Hiroaki K
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Reviewed 10 October 2017

Mitake Tozan Railway is a company which runs a traditional cable car line that was built in 1927. The funicular line runs from the lower station, Takimoto; el 408m, which is in the middle of Mt. Mitake, to the mountain, upper station, Mitakesan; el 831m,...More

Thank DrJayMic
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Reviewed 2 June 2017

The tall trees at Mount Mitake were really exceptionally stunning. I also enjoyed the cable car ride up the mountain. On the ride back, the cable car driver made funny comments and treated the ride like a radio program. The restaurants were fewer than I...More

Thank Lindie B
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Reviewed 16 February 2017

Mount Mitake is about 950 meters above sea level. It can be reached by subway and bus within 2,5 hours from Shinjuku Station (by JR Chuo Line and Ome Line). The cable car cost JPY 1,300 (round trip). I suggest go here during autumn (late...More

Thank Andreas J
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Reviewed 4 January 2017

After a few days in crowded Tokyo, we relished the chance to escape to the mountains to do a bit of hiking, and to walk off all the goodies we had eaten the last couple of days. We started the hike at the cable car...More

15  Thank innocia
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Reviewed 17 October 2016 via mobile

Went from Tokyo, took JR until Mitake Station (around 90min), then a bus (10min, it departs right from Mitake Sta to where you take the lift up to the mountain), then the lift (around 5min). Then we started to go up, soon you will arrive...More

2  Thank Stéphanie Y
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Reviewed 26 June 2016

A great day out from Tokyo just 90 minutes by JR train to Mitake. The transport connections are well timed and at no point did we feel rushed. The bus to the cablecar station takes around 10 mins, 280 yen. Then the cablecar to the...More

6  Thank wanderlust_rambler
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Reviewed 24 April 2016 via mobile

A short journey from Tokyo but feels worlds apart. A beautiful place to visit. The trails to temples, shrines, waterfalls and look-outs are great - lots of stunning views. Highly recommend a visit if you appreciate the outdoors and nature.

3  Thank Liz C
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Sumit D
28 December 2016|
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I can't recommend you so much to hike Mt.Mitake in December. Most people use a ropeway.I'll recommend to use it.
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Asha C
20 July 2015|
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Response from Sailgirl62 | Reviewed this property |
About and hour and a half but it all depends on where in Tokyo you start!
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