Bask in the Mountain and Water Scenery of the Kiyosato Plateau Course
This course offers views of beautiful mountains and the the charm of famous water produced within their natural alpine environment.
Surrounded by peaks over 2,000 meters high, the Kiyosato Plateau is a place rich in mountains, forests, and water.
Abundant spring water, filtered by the geological strata of the Yatsugatake Range over a long period of time, enriches the nature of the region and forms magnificent waterfalls and limpid streams. Visitors can also discover the charm of the area as a tourist destination that takes advantage of its rich landscape.
Go Back Thousands of Years to the Jomon Kingdom along the Fujimi Town Course
Buckwheat has been cultivated since ancient times. The fields of white buckwheat flowers can be seen close-up from the saddle of an e-bike that will take you through rural and mountain scenery, as well as. The course will take you to the ruins of Idojiri, where you will be able to enjoy views of the Mt.Fuji and the Southern Alps, and learn about the culture and traditions of the Jomon period. For lunch, try soba noodles made by local elderly people.Read more
Tour the "Beautiful Villages" at the foot of Mount Yatsugatake on the Hara Village Course
This course is a tour of Hara Village, a member of the "Most Beautiful Villages in Japan" association, with its rich nature and the beautiful rural scenery of the Yatsugatake Mountains. At the Haramura Folk Museum, which was built at the end of the Edo period and later moved to a new location, visitors can learn about the farming tools used in those days and about the people's daily lives, as well as experience "Sakiori weaving," a handicraft made by unraveling old kimono. For lunch, enjoy fresh vegetables, organic rice, stone oven baked bread, and meat dishes.Read more