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Great view from the mountain. The contrast to the view of city and houses and the sea with full of small island is spectacular. Good walking around the viewing point. There was a rundown building and it was a bit disappointing. Rest of the mountain...More
Went there many times. You can go there by car or hike to the top. It's stunning on the top of the mountain. Amazing view and things to see. I recommend you to have a cup of coffee or have an ice cream in one...More
We were there for about two hours in the afternoon. There are a few viewpoints so make sure you walk one round. The view from there is absolutely beautiful but make sure you go on a clear day otherwise you won't be able see islands...More
I did this in the afternoon (after visiting Megijima in the morning). Took the Kotoden and then the bus to Yashima mountain top. Considered walking up but seems a little difficult to find the way. Didn’t regret taking the bus actually, because even the paved...More
Since it is a bit too far from the centre of Takamatsu city, we took "Udon bus" which took us for two udon shops and in between to Yashima. It was a good and reasonable half-day tour and highly recommended.
We took the bus up. Even though we could read Kanji, the bus schedule was unclear because it wrote something like "buses not operating in December". Maybe our misinterpretation. Up top the view is great, although more information (especially guides in English) about the surrounding...More
Need 3-4 hours to visit as bus from bottom of the mountain is NOT frequent. Taxi to go up costs JPY 1000-1200 and bus is around JPY 200
The temple there is huge and need lots of walking but view overlooking the city is gorgeous.
Mt. Yashima is a small mountain with wonderful views overlooking the Inland Sea. It is a great place for a mixed group to visit because there is something for everyone at the top: temple #84 on the Shikoku Pilgrimage, gift shops and restaurants to fit...More
We got a taxi to drop us off at the very top point of the peninsula (Nagasaki no Hana) and first walked down to the beautiful jungle-y beach where there was only 1 other person (a fisher) on a perfect sunny day. Then we walked...More
Going up to Mt Yashima is definitely worth it for the view. As we were keen to walk, we followed the directions given in another review from 2014 which was very detailed about how to find the path. If you're keen for a good hike...More