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Daisen-Oki National Park, Chugoku

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Daisen-Oki National Park is a national park in the Chūgoku region, Honshū, Japan, and spans the prefectures of Okayama, Shimane, and Tottori. Mount Daisen is the focus of the park, which also includes the volcanic mountains and plains of Hiruzen, Mount Kenashi, Mount Sanbe, and Mount Hōbutsu. The Izumo Plain region of the park is home to the oldest Shinto shrine in Japan, the Izumo-taisha. The Oki Islands are also an important component of the park. The park was established in 1936 as, but was expanded and renamed in 1961 to include the Oki Islands and Shimane Prefecture areas.
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  • The main focus of Oyama Oki National Park is the excellent peak of Sanin, Oyama. We ran from Mt. Hizan Kogen on the southern slope of Oyama, visited Oyama-ji Temple and Okamiyama Shrine Okumiya, and the next day we stayed at Yonago, we enjoyed the view of The Oyama from Yugahama. The mountain was seen from many directions, and the mountain was different depending on each angle, and it was a mountain with a gentle expression and a ruggedness. This mountain has been a mountain of faith for a long time, and there were a lot of attractions, too, the Oyama-ji temple which stands along the slope of the middle side and The Okumiya of Daikamiyama Shrine.
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  •  Oyama Oki National Park is a national park that spans Tottori, Shimane, and Okayama Prefectures.  It is a beautiful place with beautiful scenery of the mountain such as Oyama, Mt. Mibe, and Oki. This time, we have seen Oyama and Mt. Oyama from Mt. Hizan Plateau to the south side of Oyama, from Oyama-ji Temple, Okamiyama Shrine Okumiya, and Yugahama. In particular, the 1,729-meter-high mountain was an expressive, wonderful mountain that showed a steep mountain range from the south side, such as in the locked pass, when i thought that it would show a calm mountain range that seemed to be a mountain that seemed to be really a child when viewed from the west side.
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  • Nice place
  • There are the karagi and the collapse point because it was a long time of the mountain climbing prohibition of the CM (Utada Hikaru) photography place of the natural water of Oku-Oyama. From the top of the mountain, you can see a spectacular 360-degree view.
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