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Mount Tsukuba (Tsukuba-san)&Tsukuba-san Shrine


UpdateMarch 29, 2018
ReleaseMarch 29, 2018

Mount Tsukuba (Tsukuba-san)
Mount Tsukuba is one of the 100 famous Japanese mountains and is often called “Mount Fuji in the west, and Mount Tsukuba in the east.”
The double peaks, Mount Nantai (871 meters) and Mount Nyotai (877 meters), of Mount Tsukuba have a number of power spots, including a huge Japanese cedar tree and weird-shaped rocks. Enjoy climbing and hiking in the mountains.
Caution: Some trails are not well maintained, and
temperatures in the mountains can be much lower
so be sure to wear appropriate clothing and hiking
shoes. A spare set of clothing is recommended.
Tsukuba-san Shrine
This ancient 3000-year-old shrine is worshipping
Mount Tsukuba as a god. The huge,800-year-old cedar tree there is one of many power spots in the area.
Enjoy Mount Tsukuba for less cost with this ticket,available at information counters at all Tsukuba Express stations except Tsukuba Station. Bene ts of Tsukuba-san Kippu: – One free round trip between the TX station where you purchase the ticket and Tsukuba Station. – One free round trip by direct Tsukuba-san Shuttle Bus (between Tsukuba Bus Center and Numata) and Tsuku Bus (Northern section route) – Free rides on direct Tsukuba-san Shuttle Bus (between Numata and Tsutsujigaoka), cable cars, and ropeways. – The ticket is valid for 2 days including the day of purchase. Asakusa