Articles for the theme Outdoor Activities in Saitama

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Three Waterfalls of Kuroyama

The Three Waterfalls of Kuroyama (Kuroyama Santaki): The Three Waterfalls consist of the Odaki (11 meters) and the Medaki (5 meters) located right next to each other, as well as the Tengu Taki (14

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Naguri Valley

The Naguri Valley (名栗) near Hanno in Saitama Prefecture is a popular destination for Tokyoites seeking hiking, camping and temples.

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Mount Oyama

Mount Oyama, in Kanayama Prefecture, is a popular hike within reach of Tokyo, 60km to the east. Mount Oyama is known for its numerous shrines and temples and spectacular autumn leaves.

Misotsuchi no Tsurara

Misotsuchi no Tsurara is a frozen waterfall on the Arakawa River in Chichibu, Saitama Prefecture that is illuminated in January and February.

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Wadokuroya Chichibu

Wadokuroya in Chichibu, Saitama Prefecture was the 8th century home of a copper mine that produced the first coins in Japan in the Nara Period.

Kinchakuda Higanbana Fields & Mount Hiwada

Read a travel guide to Hiwadayama & the Kinchakuda higanbana fields in Saitama Prefecture an area which is a flood of red in September with fine views of Tokyo.