Route map from Mt. Yarigatake to Kamikochi
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Route map from Mt. Yarigatake to Kamikochi

by Riezha
(Tokyo, Japan)

Hello Gary, I plan to hike Mt. Oku-hotaka-dake & Mt. Yarigatake in August this year. Maybe I go alone. Can you give some advice what I should prepare for my trip?

I'll go to Kamikochi by bus from Shinjuku Station. And can you explain to me the route to go back to Kamikochi from Mt. Yarigatake? I still can't get that after reading your article.

Thanks for your convenience. Surely I need some advice from you. :)

And sorry if my English is so bad and difficult to understand.
It's nice to get a reply from you soon.



Hi Riezha,

This is a pretty good Oku-Hotaka/Yarigatake route map, courtesy of Yamareco:

If you need more route details, you can order this Oku-Hotaka/Yarigatake route map at Amazon Japan or pick it up at one of the larger Tokyo bookstores:

Best wishes with your hike !


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