Hike up to the nicest peak of Yakushima!
If the heaven smiles to Mt. Kuromi, you will be awed on the peak with 360° panoramic view of the highest mountains of Yakushima, including the very highest, Mt. Miyanoura.
And the course is easier and shorter than Mt. Miyanoura trekking.
Easier, yet it’s not just easy at all. It is quite hiking, a vertical journey through the wide range of forest types, beyond the tree line, into the unpredictable sky of the high altitude (1,831m).
Note that beyond the tree line, where no tree is taller than ourselves, nothing protects you from sunshine or raindrops falling from the sky.
If you care, sunscreen is helpful, and rainwear is indispensable.
-rainwear (a set of jacket and pants, no matter what the weather cast says)
-backpack (enough size to carry what you want/need to take with you)
-trekking poles (optional)
-gaiters (optional in case of raining or snowing)
Above listed gears are available in Yakushima to rent > link (about rental gear)
-hat and sunglasses
-gloves (trekking requires rope-climbing at some parts)
-soft-shell or fleece (in wintertime)
-thermal underwear (in wintertime)
-water bottle(water can be refilled on the way)
-snack (or any portable food to charge your energy)
-self-confidence (both physical and mental)
*In case of an accident during the tour, our insurance will make up to the certain amount in JPN the predictable undesired damages on your side. IN PRINCIPLE, it is your responsibility to enroll in travel insurance on your own prior to your trip and activity in Japan.
- Backpack (Rain Cover)
- Trekking Poles
- Trekking Shoes
- Hard-shell Jacket
+ (Soft-shell Jacket or Fleece)
What in (parenthesis) do not appear in the picture.
Please refer to "Requirements" for what you need or not.
-Do you prefer to prepare your meal for the tour on your own?
The lunch (also morning for some tour) we offer is Japanese style "Bento"
(lunch box) like this.
- Rice Balls
- Cooked Burdock
- Fried Chicken
- Fried Fish Ball
- Rolled Omellets