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Mt. Kumotori

We climbed from Mitsumine shrine side, which is less crowded, than Tokyo side.
We camped and reserved spot. Started climbing around 8am, 
and arrived around 3pm. So, we stayed outside, but had dinner in this inn.

We told them we will be with our dog at the reservation time. So they should be fine. However, in keeper automatically assumed our dog was going to bite people, and yelled at us for hanging out with other people in common area outside.
I told him calmly. My dog do not bite.

Maybe he had done nasty things to dogs in the past and got backlash, or not, nevertheless, I am disappointed about conservative fear nested in his mind. 

Nonetheless, morning view there was priceless.
 we came back down and took a bath in Mitsumine shrine.

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