One of Japan’s famous landmarks is the majestic Fuji-San (Mount Fuji). Though you cannot see the marvelous mountain from the center of Tokyo, outside the city there’s a beautiful hiking trail that leads to views of the mountain, and also takes you to an amazing mountainside temple.
The Yakuō-in Temple was established in the eighth century, though this current version dates from the 1600s. It was founded by Gyoki Bosatsu, a Buddhist priest linked to the construction of the Great Buddha at Todai-ji Temple.
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