Hiking in Japan

Early Summer: The weather has been quite unstable lately, but it looks like the summer temperatures have finally arrived. Now is a really great time to head to the hills, as the humidity levels are low and the weather is generally favorable. The Japan Alps still have a lot of snow, but lower elevations are now snow-free.

Calendars: The official 2018 Hiking in Japan wall calendars have now been released. Click here for more details. I do have a few extra copies if you’re interested.

Hiking in Japan is now on Twitter, so feel free to follow and start using the hikinginjapan hashtag.

Photo of the week:

Mt. Hiruzen, Okayama Prefecture

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News:

 

2018 Wall Calendar

 

Hiking Shirts

Radiation in Japan’s mountains

New Guidebook Review

Guidebook info

 

New Hikes:

Shokanbetsu

Shokanbetsu

Mt. Tenjo

Mt. Tenjo

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Mt. Ashitaka

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Mt. Watamuki

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Mt. Yōrō

Mt. Saihō

Mt. Saihō

Mt. Furano-Nishi

Furano-Nishi

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Hachijō-fuji

Konze Alps

Konze Alps

Anmon Falls

Anmon Falls

Mt. Oe

Mt. Oe

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Mt. Nanatsu

 

 

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