At a height of 1239 meters, the mountain abounds with wildflowers of over 300 varieties. You can drive up to an altitude of 1,000 meters.
It is known as an easy-to-access hiking spot for enjoying the autumn foliage.
The remains of fuelwood (charcoal) cut down for Tatara iron manufacturing were used for grazing Japanese cattle.
Today, remnants of this practice remain as grasslands.
The three ponds are the remnants of the Tatara iron manufacturing industry and the source of water for the Kanna-Nagashi process.
On a clear day, you can see the Sea of Japan and Lake Shinji from the top of the mountain.
Old Azumayama Lodge→ Azumayama→ Junction→ Old Azumayama Lodge
Time required: about 1 hour and 30 minutes
Moriwaki, Hiwa-cho, Shobara City, Hiroshima Prefecture