How do I find Jonen-dake's Ichinosawa trailhead?
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How do I find Jonen-dake's Ichinosawa trailhead?

by Keith Klein
(Tokyo)

Thanks Gary for your excellent posts, especially welcome as it seems a bit challenging at times to find useful English language trail information for many of the routes here. I plan to spend the next month in the Japanese Alps and I am sure your posts will be a valuable reference.

One quick question regarding the location of the Ichinosawa trailhead. I can’t find it in maps or any other reference, and with an early morning start I don’t know that I will be able to find any help locally. I will be driving and will be coming from Nagano.

Could you please help me understand how to find the trailhead, and where to park? Thanks very much.

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Aug 16, 2018
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Check out this Google map...
by: Gary Wolff

Thanks, Keith.

This Google map is centered on the Ichinosawa trailhead: https://goo.gl/maps/h9b845WHHqQ2

You may need to jiggle the map around a bit or zoom in or out to see the place label. The tiny parking lot is down the road a ways.

Happy trails & thanks for visiting my site...

Cheers,
Gary ​​

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