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Stroll Mishima

Note: This event has already passed.

Let’s stroll the waterfront city, Mishima! It is located at the south side of the foot of Mt. Fuji and has an abundant of underflow water from the mountain. Our hike starts from a shrine where 80 red Toriis are lined up. In a residential area, 5 minutes from the shrine, is a huge waterfall. Take this opportunity to take photos of the waterfall and Mt. Fuji together if the weather is clear. 30 minutes from the waterfall is a Japanese garden which is designated as a natural treasure. Walk through the park and see the lava formation caused by the eruption of Mt. Fuji 10,000 years ago. Next, we will walk on a trail along Genbei River for 15 minutes. Take off your shoes and soak your feet in the limpid stream. Return on a paved road and keep walking until we arrive at the heart of Mishima, the Mishima Shrine.

>>>Approximately 5.6km, 2.5 hour walking. (Almost flat)

*It is for ages 6 and up.

*There is possibility that the trails in the river go under water in the thawing season (Summer). In that case, we will walk in the river.

Wear: Comfortable shoes to walk/easy to get on and off, Short pants, Cap/hat.

Bring: Rain gear, Sunscreen, Sunglasses, Marine shoes/Crocs© Sandals/Shoes you do not mind getting wet, Towel, Water/snacks, change of clothes, (Water bottle to bring spring water home), Yen for lunch and anything you may need.


Cost: Adult (16+) $51, Youth (10-15) $48 (Admission, Guide, Transportation included)

Registration Information

Choose from 2 easy ways to register for Outdoor Recreation/Leisure Travel tours:

*In Person
Stop by the Outdoor Recreation office, located in building 267!

*Telephone 263-4671
Give us a call Monday through Friday, 8 A.M.~ 7 P.M. or weekends from 8 A.M. ~ 5 P.M. We are closed for all U.S Federal Holidays

===Before Signing up for hiking trips===
Please consider your physical fitness. We do not recommend to participate in hiking trips if you have knee/heart problems, asthma and any other illness.