On 10/Mar. Fire-Waiking Fesival at Mt Takao

Sightseeing information about On 10/Mar. Fire-Waiking Fesival at Mt Takao in Japan.

On 10/Mar. Fire-Waiking Fesival at Mt Takao4.5

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 from 3/10 '19 to 3/10 '19


On 10/Mar. Fire-Walking at Mt Takao
As a part of training, Yamabushi (warrior priests) walk on fire with aim to ward off disasters. At Yakuo-in, the Buddhist temple on Mount Takao, the fire-walking will be shown to public at 1pm on Sunday,10th March this year.
You may not only watch but also join the walking ! 
Mount Takao is in Hachioji City, Tokyo. Unless you dare walk up, cable car or lift is recommended.
Viewing is free, Participation in fire-walking costs 300 yen pp (no prior arrangements necessary)

PurposeFestivals,spiritual places,experience,nature,shrine/temple,sightseeing
Airport/Sta.Takaosanguchi sta. (about 1.9km) Google Transit


5.0a week ago

This is found on the trails in Mount Takao after the cable car station. Using the stairs, although it's quite a climb gives you the best view and the experience here. Optionally you can take the longer route and avoid the stairs.

4.04 weeks ago

Location of this shrine is pristine, with a nice calm atmosphere.
To reach here either you hike mount Takao or take the cable car.

5.0a month ago

Great outdoors experience with adaptability for all kinds of visitors from the very Young with baby cars to the elderly that search for a more relaxed stroll with friends or his pets. I personally recommend the more wild strenous course for those looking for a more serious hiking adventure the best reward is enjoying Sakura season with the snowy beauty of Fuji San peack in the background.

5.03 months ago

We had our first shrine visit of 2019 in this temple. There were so many people but it seems that was to be expected. There were policemen and other people there to organize the long lines for the first day of the year. People camp out as early as midnight to get a good spot to watch the first sunrise as well.

4.0in the last week

Calm and serene, right at the top of Mt. Takao