Our guests were four young and cheerful Singaporean ladies,who wanted to walk up through the Trail No.1. We had a beautiful panoramic view at the first scenic point on the trail,called.”Konpiradaienchi”.
at the Konpiradaienchi
We visited “Beermount”, a popular beer restaurant operational only in summer season and now closed, not for beer but for the grand panoramic view from there.
Then we took them to the giant “Octopus Cedar Tree” . explaining how the name had come.
touching the good luck octopus
We visited “Yukien”, one of the best spots to see autumnal tints in Mt.Takao, where we enjoyed beautiful maple leaves in various colours. It seemed we were just in time for the best season.
at Yukien with the colored leaves behind
We arrived at the top of Mt.Takao, but unfortunately could not see Mt. Fuji due to the hazy sky. Then we proceeded a little further to Momijidai for lunch.
at the summit of Mt.Takao
We descended through the same Trail No.1 to get on the cable car.
At the very end of our fully enjoyable tour , another splendid autumn colored leaves bade us good bye near the chairlift station which is close to the cablecar station.
near the chairlift station
We very much hope that all our guests had a very good time and will enjoy the rest of their stay in Japan as well.
Nori and Nobby