Best dogs no trails in Japan

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Explore the most popular no dogs trails in Japan with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
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Top trails (21)
#1 - Okinawa Resident of Prefectural Forest
Nago, Okinawa, Japan
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Length: 3.5 mi • Est. 2 h 18 m
Okinawa Resident of Prefectural Forest (沖縄県 県民の森) Okinawa Resident of Prefectural Forest offers a lot to do such as mountain climbing, walking, nature exploration, sports, camping, park golf and other outdoor activities on the promenade in the vast natural forest of Okinawa. There are some nice view spots overlooking the beautiful Mission Beach and the East China Sea. Enjoy the nature with your family, kids and friends!Show more
#2 - Ta-taki Falls
Yambaru National Park
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Length: 1.5 mi • Est. 45 m
Ta-taki Falls (ター滝) is located in the headwaters of the Henan River which is in Yambaru National Park. It is a popular waterfall where you can enjoy the beautiful view of the clear water and nature in subtropical zones.Show more
#3 - Mount Tarumae
Shikotsu-Toya National Park
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Length: 4.3 mi • Est. 2 h 43 m
Mount Tarumae (樽前山) An active volcano, located in Shikotsu-Toya National Park. This course departs from the 7th station Hutte, goes around the crater of Mount Tarumae, and returns to the Hutte. This trail provides you the opportunity to see the powerful wildlife and landscapes of Mount Tarumae.Show more
#4 - Mount Asahi - Mount Koasahi - Kodera Kosen
Bandai-Asahi National Park
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Length: 11.5 mi • Est. 8 h 3 m
Mount Asahi - Mount Koasahi - Kodera Kosen (大朝日岳 - 小朝日岳 - 古寺鉱泉) This trail departs from Kodera Kosen to the summit of Mount Asahi through Kodera and Mount Koasahi. Not only on Mount Asahi, but also on the Asahi Mountains, the Asahi mountain range has not been developed, so the beautiful and original shape of the mountain remains. Because of this, climbers will need enough physical strength and climbing skills to climb from the trailhead to the summit. It is also a course where you have to carry your own food and equipment during long climbs.Show more
#5 - Mount Yonaha Loop
Yambaru National Park
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Length: 4.2 mi • Est. 2 h 18 m
Note: Mount Yonaha Summit may be closed due to environmental protection, please check before attempting. This trail takes you to the summit of Mount Yonaha (与那覇岳) through beautiful forest of Yanbaru (the northern region of Okinawa Island). Here you can enjoy the subtropical zones and its environment. Keep an eye out for snakes and other inhabitants that live here. Note that there are many possible routes that connect to this trail in the surrounding area.Show more
#6 - Ryugu Cave Loop
Fuji Hakone Izu National Park
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Length: 7.1 mi • Est. 2 h 52 m
Ryugu Cave Loop (竜宮洞窟ループ) This trail is located on the west side of Lake Saiko and in Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park. It guides you through a part of Aokigahara-jukai Forest, a vast primeval forest and several lava tunnels, such as Ryugu Cave, Fugaku Fuketsu Cave (Fugaku Wind Cave), and Narusawa Hyoketsu Cave (Narusawa Ice Cave), all designated as natural monuments.Show more
#7 - Shurijo Castle Park Trail
Shuri-jo Castle Park
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Length: 2 mi • Est. 49 m
Note: Due to the fire incident at the Shuri Castle in 2019, the selected facilities in the parks are closed. Please visit the official website for the latest information. The heart of Okinawa, Shuri Castle (首里城) Between 1429 to 1879, Shuri Castle was the central administrative point of the Shuri Royal Government of the Ryukyu Kingdom. It developed as the center of governments, diplomacy, and culture in the Kingdom, and it was also the royal residence of the king and his family. The castle was reconstructed 4 times after three times of fire during the Ryukyu Kingdom period, and the last in World War II. The site is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000. Although this route leads you through the Shuri Castle Park to the main castle, you can adjust your route as you want. As a symbol of Okinawa, it offers you the opportunity to see the unique culture and history of the Ryukyu Kingdom.Show more
#8 - Mount Hakusan: Hirasedo Course
Hakusan National Park
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Length: 8.9 mi • Est. 6 h 34 m
Mount Hakusan: Hirasedo Course (白山: 平瀬道) One of the "three holy peaks" and also one of the 100 top famous mountains in Japan. This route starts from the trailhead near Lake Hakusui and heads to the summit of Mount Hakusan via Mount Okura. Hiking this trail, you will see magnificent landscapes of Hakusan from the path and the mountains.Show more
#9 - Hakone Shrine
Onshi-Hakone Park
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Length: 0.4 mi • Est. 16 m
Hakone Shrine (箱根神社) By Lake Ashinoko, Hakone Shrine is nestled with a long history. It is a major sacred place for mountain worship in the Kanto region. The shrine is also known for the gorgeous sceneries of the Heiwa no Torii and Lake Ashinoko.Show more
#10 - Mount Kaya
Itoshima, Fukuoka, Japan
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Length: 2.6 mi • Est. 1 h 51 m
Mount Kaya (可也山) is a symbol of Itoshima City and it is also called Itoshima Fuji. There is a trail from the foot of the mountain (east side) to the top, and it is popular among climber as it is an easy mountain to climb. This trail leads to the summit of Mount Kaya which offers you a view of the beautiful Genkai Sea and Itoshima City.Show more
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