What to Expect
The basic itinerary is as follows,
8:15 Meet at your Hotel in Tokyo or Chiba and move to Hamakanaya station by train.
11:05 Arrive at Hamakanaya station.
Mt. Nokogiri Ropeway : From the top of Mt. Nokogiri, we can have a splendid panoramic view of Tokyo Bay and Boso Peninsula.
Nihonji Temple : This temple has a history of more than 1,000 years. There are two big Buddha statues and more than 1500 small Buddha statues.
Hyaku-shaku Kannon : Kannon is the Goddess of Mercy in Buddhism. Hyaku-shaku (100 shaku) means about 30 meters. That's the height of the huge stone carving of goddess Kannon in that deepest of the gorges, created in Edo period.
Jigoku Nozoki : The prefect photo spot to click a pic of someone standing on the actual Jigoku Nozoki.
1500 Rakan : Rakan are early disciples of Buddha who had achieved a state of perfect enlightenment. In Edo period, creating rakan gardens featuring multiple rakan stone statues became very popular at Japanese Buddhism temples
Nihonji Daibutsu : Japan’s largest ancient Buddha stone statue. The Buddha, sitting in a lotus position, is 31.5m tall in total.
Seafood dishes or Seafood BBQ at The Fish.
15:09 Leave at Hamakanaya station and move to your hotel by train. The guide will say good bye to you at Chiba station.
18:00 Arrive at your hotel