1 day hike in Nishizawa Valley

Nishizawa Valley is one of the most beautiful valleys in Japan, located in the Okuchihibu Mountains. The valley forms deep v-shaped gorge consisted of white granite.

A hiking trail leads up the narrow valley along a picturesque mountain stream and past several waterfalls. The highlight is Nanatsugama-Godan-no-Taki, a gorgeous waterfall with five tiers and seven pools. It is especially beautiful in the Autumn season, as colored leaves and emerald-green waters create such a impressive scene.

Season available: from late Apr. to Nov.

Trail distance : 10km

Altitude difference : 300m

Level

Photo of Nishizawa Valley 1
Ryujin Waterfall
Photo of Nishizawa Valley 2
Trail along the stream
Photo of Nishizawa Valley 3
Autumn colored mountains
Photo of Nishizawa Valley 4
Japanese beech trees

Itinerary

Day 1

(Depart at Tokyo (Shinjuku) in the morning and 1 hour 30 minuets by train. *ref. Location & Access)

9:00  Meet up at Yamanashi-shi station.

10:00 Arrive at Michi-no-eki Mitomi (by local bus) & commence the trail.

12:00  Reach Nanatsugama-Godan-no-Taki & lunch break.

14:00  Return to Michi-no-eki Mitomi.

16:00  Arrive back at Yamanashi-shi station.

*Accommodation can be arranged before and after the tour.

PRICE

1 person : USD150

2 - 5 people : Add USD50 per person

Over 5 people : Negotiable 

 

What’s included

Guiding fee and guide’s expense

What’s not included

Transportation to and from the meeting spot

Transportation for local bus = JPY1,600 per person

Lunch *you should prepare/buy yourself

*Prices mentioned above are currently applicable and subject to change without notice.

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