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Toyohashi-City Mount Ishimaki (Ishimakisan)

  • Mount Ishimaki (Ishimakisan)
  • Mount Ishimaki (Ishimakisan)
  • Mount Ishimaki (Ishimakisan)

Mount Ishimaki is a massif mainly composed of phyllite ("Senmaigan" in Japanese) that prominently rises to the northeast of Toyohashi-City at a height of 358 meters, being the city's highest point. Featuring a trail path that leads to its peak, from there it's possible to observe the city on one side and on the other, the vast mountains land of Okumikawa. Also, with clear enough skies, even Mt. Fuji, distant 132km to the northeast in Shizuoka Prefecture can be spotted pointing high amidst the Okumikawa ranges.

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Location : 〒441-1112
Minamiyama, Ishimaki-cho, Toyohashi-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Parking : Available, free of charge
Phone number : 0532-54-1484 (Toyohashi Visitors & Convention Association)

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ACCESS

  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    From Toyohashi Station, take the Toyotetsu Bus (Toyohashi Wadatsuji Line) and get off at Ishimaki Tozanguchi (石巻登山口 Ishimaki Climbing Entrance). Walk 60min (3.6km, elevation 200m) eastwards following Route 379. After passing the parking lot and right before the Natural Museum, take the stairs under the Ishimaki Shrine Gate to start the trail path climb. Check the map carved on granite at the foot of the stairs for details.
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    Approx. 9.5km (25min) southeastwards from Toyokawa I.C. of the Tomei Expressway via routes 151, 362, 31, and 379.

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