This is a 329-meter rock mountain. Although it has hiking trails, visitors can easily reach the top by cable car if they wish. Views from the top are breathtaking. Jigoku-nozoki, or “Look down at Hell,” at the verge of a steep cliff is scarily thrilling. There are 1,553 stone Buddhist statues carved into strange-shaped rocks at Sengohyaku Rakan-do (“One thousand and five hundred arhats street”) in Nihon-dera Temple near the summit.
8 min on foot from JR Hamakanaya Sta.
4052-1, Kanaya, Futtsu city, Chiba