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Japanese 100 Great Mountains Vol.3: Episode 011-015

Japanese 100 Great Mountains Vol.3: Episode 011-015

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Japanese 100 Great Mountains Vol.3: Episode 011-015

Por Hodaka

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73 página
24 minutos
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Sep 30, 2018
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9780359125777
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Hodaka has restarted the challenge to conquer “Japanese 100 Great Mountains” since 2017. This record, the third volume of the series, includes five (the 11th to 15th) mountains.

- In Mount Daibosatsu, he has bought a shop curtain on which all the “Japanese 100 Great Mountains” are printed and imagines the day to complete them.

- In Mount Kirigamine, he luckily monopolizes the vast snow field and savors the scenery to the full.

- In Mount Nikko-Shirane, he is struck by the fear of sliding down a precipitous cliff and in a panic when he has dropped his camera.

- In Mount Makihata, he is not deceived by a fake summit and has attained the real peak.

- In Mount Kinpu, he has climbed the mountain twice in a short period of time to see the “Gojo-seki” rocks on the summit under the clear blue sky. Can he make it …?

Many picturesque sceneries, attractive local cuisine, refreshment in hot springs, and impressive encounters with other climbers …

You will witness Hodaka’s exciting challenge!
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Japanese 100 Great Mountains Vol.3: Episode 011-015

Japanese 100 Great Mountains Vol.3: Episode 011-015

Originally written in Japanese and translated by Hodaka

Photographs by Hodaka

Cover design by Tanya

Copyright © 2018 Hodaka / The BBB: Breakthrough Bandwagon Books

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ISBN: 978-0-359-12577-7

Episode 011: Mount Daibosatsu

Mount Daibosatsu with an altitude of 2,057 meters, one of Japanese 100 Great Mountains, is located in Yamanashi Prefecture. So, it is easy to access from Tokyo. The mountain is known for its magnificent view of Mount Fuji. This is my third time to climb the mountain. At the first and second visits, I couldn’t see Mount Fuji clearly due to thick clouds. But this time, on a fine day in February (2018), I can finally see a satisfying scenery. Its snow-covered summit, unique to winter, pleases my eyes.

Originally, I planned to go by car to the Kaminikkawa Pass near the summit from the Daibosatsu Pass starting point. But the road was closed during the winter. So, I had changed the plan and decided to choose the route via the Marukawa Pass to the summit. When I arrive there at around 6 am, a few vehicles have already parked. Before the departure, I have talked with the driver of the car arriving right after me about today’s weather and the course we choose. Then, we proceed to the different courses.

I am walking through a forest zone with a relatively steep slope for a while. I can gain altitude steadily because there is no snow around the area. The snow gradually appears in the mountain path. Since some parts of the road is frozen, I have to step forward with care.

After walking about two hours, I get to the Marukawa Pass, where I equip myself with crampons in a lodge named Marukawa-so. Other climbers are doing the same thing. It seems that

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