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Shosenkyo w/ Seven Hills Adventure

I participated on the Seven Hills Adventure tour again, for Shousenkyo, Yamanashi Prefecture.
Their blog post is available in Japanese. 

Although the tour leader got lost twice in the mountain, the weather was perfect and view from the top of the rocky mountain was amazing. 

It was supposed to be winery visit after running. However, I did not like any of those Japanese red wines that tasted too young.

 Since the mountain is famous for crystal mine, one of the top hil is totally white sand beach.

The south Alpse is reveals its total figure from the top of the mountain.

It is nice to have running folks to get informed/motivated, but I really don't get along with conservative dudes, who think I should be acting like a commodity of my husband and should be one of those helicopter wife of him, so this would be the last time I would participate on this trail running tour.

 Nonetheless, since the place is awesome, I visited there again April 8th, two weeks later with my family.

The narrow path along the stream of water will be closed down between high season May to Nov for sightseeing horse carrier and micro bus. So if you love silent walk along the river, April is the best.

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