Mt.Koma Private Trail Running Tour in Ōiso

If you want to enjoy the beach and the mountain at the same time, this course is recommended.
At Mt.Koma of Ōiso arriving at Tokyo Station from less than an hour by train, you can enjoy 360 ° panorama overlooking Mt.Fuji and you can play at the beautiful beach at the end of the trail.

Hike to Mt.Koma

The 360-degree view from “Shounandai” is really wonderful overlooking Mt. Fuji, the Boso Peninsula and the mountains of Tanzawa.
The 360-degree view from “Shounandai” is really wonderful overlooking Mt. Fuji, the Boso Peninsula and the mountains of Tanzawa.

When you head towards Shonan from Tokyo direction, it is a mountain 165 meters above sea level, located on the east side of Shonandaira which is the green field of Oiso that you can see from the train first.
That is Mt.Koma.
Until the end of the Edo period, this mountain was protected as a spiritual area of the Koma Temple and logging of trees was forbidden, so the rich forest is still protected today.

There is a quiet and peaceful trail surrounded by woods, resting places are dotted in some places.
There is a quiet and peaceful trail surrounded by woods, resting places are dotted in some places.

The Koma Mountain park nature trail has been selected as “Japan’s Forest 100” selected by the Japan Forest Instructor Association, you can observe the original nature of nature.
This trail is a forested area formed by various trees, and you can also see rare fields, wild birds and butterflies in the Mt.Asama area (north of the route along the ridge).

Ōiso Beach
Ōiso Beach was the first Japanese beach in Japan that was established in 18th Meiji era. It is a popular spot for families and couples. Moreover, it is around 10 minutes even if you walk from JR Oiso station. Shower is also installed, so let’s bring swimsuit and enjoy the swimming!

For more information on this trail running route, click here.

Tour details

Price : 1500 yen per person

Distance : 5.7 km

Private Tour (Your family and friends are OK.)

Difficulty : ★☆☆☆☆

Language : English, Japanese

Meeting place : Hotel pick-up or Ōiso Station (depends on your preference)

Meeting time : negotiable

Disclaimer

Please read and give me consent before booking for this tour.

Trail running is an inherently dangerous activity that can lead to serious injuries including but not limited to slip and fall injuries, fractures, snake bite, heat exhaustion, poison oak, ticks and frostbite. By participation in this event/hike you agree to not hold these organizers liable for any harm that may come to you, your guests, or your property. Always remember to let the event organizer know if you are leaving the group. Stay on the trail, never hike alone and use your own common sense.

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Payment on-site: Cash Only(yen)

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【Introduction】 Hello! I am a native Japanese living in Tokyo. I introduce hiking trails and running spots in Tokyo for those traveling to Tokyo under the name of "Tokyo Sampomaster". blog : https://sampomaster.com twitter : https://twitter.com/Sampomaster1 YouTube : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC38T5PQ3bUZ8aC3qAScvuTQ 【Hiking trail】 Although it is not well known, there are many mountains that are suitable for hiking in Tokyo. If you are staying in Tokyo for a week, why not try going to the countryside near Tokyo for one day? A beautiful valley, an old shrine and a relaxing hot spring will heal you and will surely be unforgettable memories. 【Running spots】 If you are a runner, why do not you visit the sightseeing areas of Tokyo by running? There are many facilities equipped with shower and hot spring for runners in Tokyo. The experience of running through the Imperial Palace, traditional temples and shrines with your own feet is a wonderful memory that you can not change anything. If you do not mind, I will undertake free guides as well. English is still not very good, but I will try my best so please feel free to contact us! info@sampomaster.com

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