Fujimori shrine hydrangea and Mt.Oiwa overlooking Fushimi-Momoyama Castle and a large staircase Fushimi-Momoyama Mausoleum


Fujimori Shrine is an old shrine in Fukakusa, south of Kyoto, which is said to have been enshrined here since before the capital was transferred to the Heian period. There are two vast hydrangea gardens on the shrine grounds, with approximately 3,500 hydrangea of various varieties in bloom. Although a low mountain at 182 meters above sea level, Mt. Oiwa offers a spectacular view of Osaka and Fushimi-Momoyama Castle. A paved path leads to the observation deck, making for a light hiking experience. There are many sights to see, including a beautiful bamboo grove and Fushimi-Momoyama Castle built by Hideyoshi Toyotomi. The Fushimi-Momoyama Mausoleum, dedicated to Emperor Meiji, is a secluded spot with a solemn atmosphere, and the 230-step grand staircase seems to lead up to heaven when viewed from below. The walking distance is about 10 km on paved paths, level 2. We will disband at Keihan Fushimi-Momoyama Station, but only those who wish will go to lunch at a restaurant in a renovated sake brewery in Fushimi.

Meeting place
Keihan Fujinomori station ticket gate
Meeting time
AM 9:00
9:00 Fujinomori station

Fujimori shrine

10:30 Mt.Oiwa summit

Fushimi Momoyama Castle

Fushimi Momoyama Mausoleum (Mausoleum of Emperor Meiji)

12:30Keihan Fushimi Momoyama Station
Lunch at a restaurant in a renovated sake brewery if you wish.
Go on a tour of sake breweries in Fushimi
Entry fee
15 people
What to bring / clothes
Clothing and shoes suitable for hiking, raincoat, drink, hat

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