Mount Fuji view from Ashigara Pass
|Elevation||759 m (2,490 ft)|
|Traversed by||Kanagawa / Shizuoka Prefecturel Route 78|
|Location||Minami-ashigara, Oyama, Japan|
|Topo map||Geographical Survey Institute
The pass on the ancient Tōkaidō highway was described as the 8th century, in the Man'yōshū. This pass was the border of Sagami and Suruga provinces, and the entrance of Kantō region in Japan. Checkpoint was built in 899, and castle was built in the 16th century (These are not exist now).
- by Car
- by Train, Bus and walk
- Hakone Tozan Bus from Shin-Matsuda Station on the Odakyu Line, or Daiyuzan Station on the Daiyuzan Line, to Jizodo, and an hour's walk. Direct operations are available from Daiyuzan Station or Jizodo to Ashigara Man'yo Koen (near this Pass), on Saturday & Holiday, from April to November only
- 90 minute's walk from Ashigara Station on the JR Gotemba Line.
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