Jukkoku Pass offers a superb view of the cultural World Heritage site of Mt Fuji.
Jukkoku Pass was named for the ten provinces (Izu, Suruga, Totomi, Kai, Shinano, Sagami, Musashi, Kazusa, Shimousa, and Awa) that can be seen from the summit. These provinces correspond to modern Shizuoka, Yamanashi, Nagano, Kanagawa,Tokyo, and Chiba prefectures.
On sunny days, you can enjoy a magnificent panoramic view of Mt. Fuji, the Southern Alps, and Suruga Bay as well as Shonan Coast and Miura Peninsula, all of which surround the Izu Peninsula.
The summit of Jukkoku Pass can be reached by the cable car (Round Trip: 730yen for adults, 370yen for children).
There are two hiking courses ― the Himenosawa Park & Iwatoyama Hiking Course and the Higanesan & Yugawara Hiking Course.
Address : 1400-20 Kuwahara, Kannami-cho, Tagata-gun, Shizuoka
Access : take a bus from JR Atami Sta. for Moto-Hakone, and get off at Jukkoku-toge (40mins)
Airport/Sta.Kinomiya sta. (about 3.9km) Google Transit
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5.0a year ago
Mgnificent 360 degrees view around 10 old countries(domains)!
5.0a month ago
hiking. It takes about an hour from Himenosawa Park to the summit of Jukkokutoge. It's well maintained so you won't get lost.
The mountaintop has a magnificent panoramic view. Very good place.
4.06 months ago
The scenery is good.
There is also a dog run 🎵
There is also a little field athletics.
5.05 months ago
The scenery is good and you can go up with your dog.
4.0a year ago
Another name is Nichikinyama. Fuji could not be seen. Sign 771m. It is said that it is Jokuni Pass because you can see ten countries of Izu, Suruga, Tomi, Kai, Shinano, Sagami, Awa, Kazusa, Shimosa and Musashi.
You can climb by cable car from Tokoku Pass Rest House. We prayed for the safety of the trip and zero traffic accidents, so that "Keiji Jizo" was enshrined in 2006, wearing a yellow wool hat and muffler. There are sofas on the south side and the north side outside the cable car summit station so you can relax.
The cable car runs every 15 minutes.