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Model Course 多摩と島で叶う、"TOKYO's new LUXURY"Model Course 多摩と島で叶う、"TOKYO's new LUXURY"

Four of Tokyo's new luxuries found in Tama

Journey beyond the heart of the city and you will find the Tama area, an oasis in Tokyo abundant with greenery and waters. The four seasons are a day's trip away here, wher ebirds chirp and rivers babble as the scent of the trees wafts through a space dotted with brilliant flowers and beautiful autumn leaves.
Relax and surrender yourself to untouched nature, listen to the sound of your heart and search for inner peace with these new Tokyo luxuries.

Savor the sights of spring on a bicycle ride that will have your spirits in full bloom as well!

Fussa/Hamura/Mizuho

A variety of seasonal flowers bloom in this precious area known as "Tokyo's garden." When spring is in the air, set out on a leisurely journey to take it all in!

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Fussa Station

Rent a bicycle near the station. Rent a bicycle near the station.
Enjoy cherry blossoms while bicycling along the Tama River. Along the way, check out the Hamura Intake Weir, Sakurazutsumi Park, Negaramimae Paddy, and other spots. Enjoy cherry blossoms while bicycling along the Tama River. Along the way, check out the Hamura Intake Weir, Sakurazutsumi Park, Negaramimae Paddy, and other spots.
Relax amid rows of cherry trees. Take a leisurely bike ride along the Tama River on a quiet path lined with cherry trees. As blossoms fall all around you, the peaceful surroundings may even invite you to release your inner child and stop for a nap! About 800 Yoshino cherry trees. Relax amid rows of cherry trees. Take a leisurely bike ride along the Tama River on a quiet path lined with cherry trees. As blossoms fall all around you, the peaceful surroundings may even invite you to release your inner child and stop for a nap! About 800 Yoshino cherry trees.
Take stunning snapshots of a tulip field. At Negaramimae Paddy, the Kanto region's largest tulip field, a brilliant carpet of primary colors will lift your spirits, and makes for great pictures, too! A field of 400,000 tulips from twenty species. Take stunning snapshots of a tulip field. At Negaramimae Paddy, the Kanto region's largest tulip field, a brilliant carpet of primary colors will lift your spirits, and makes for great pictures, too! A field of 400,000 tulips from twenty species.
Return your bicycle at Fussa Station. Hunt for rare white dogtooth violets. At Sayama Katakuri- no-Sato, try searching for mysterious white dogtooth violets. Only one in tens of thousands of flowers is white instead of the standard purple, so finding one is sure to bring you good luck! A colony of about 200,000 dogtooth violets. Return your bicycle at Fussa Station. Hunt for rare white dogtooth violets. At Sayama Katakuri- no-Sato, try searching for mysterious white dogtooth violets. Only one in tens of thousands of flowers is white instead of the standard purple, so finding one is sure to bring you good luck! A colony of about 200,000 dogtooth violets.
Learn about the history of sake brewing at the museum, go on a brewery tour, or try seasonal dishes and local sake at the restaurants of this veritable amusement park for sake. It's the quintessential taste of spring in Japan. The tour requires prior reservations. Learn about the history of sake brewing at the museum, go on a brewery tour, or try seasonal dishes and local sake at the restaurants of this veritable amusement park for sake. It's the quintessential taste of spring in Japan. The tour requires prior reservations.

Rivers, waterfalls, and hot springs!
A journey that explores the healing power of water!

Akiruno/Hinohara

This beautiful, refreshing gorge was formed where mountains meet a clear, rushing stream. Let the life-giving waters bless you and emerge reborn!

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Musashi-Itsukaichi Station

Explore waterfalls to cleanse your soul. There's something about gazing at a pure, rushing waterfall that soothes a troubled mind. The splash of the crystal-clear waters will purify your body and spirit. Hossawa Falls was selected as one of Japan's best 100 waterfalls. Explore waterfalls to cleanse your soul. There's something about gazing at a pure, rushing waterfall that soothes a troubled mind. The splash of the crystal-clear waters will purify your body and spirit. Hossawa Falls was selected as one of Japan's best 100 waterfalls.
[Get off at the "Senzoku" bus stop and hike to Tengu Falls and Hossawa Falls.] Savor local vegetables. Have lunch near Hossawa Falls. Vegetables here are grown using water from the freshest, purest streams, and you can really taste the difference! [Get off at the "Senzoku" bus stop and hike to Tengu Falls and Hossawa Falls.] Savor local vegetables. Have lunch near Hossawa Falls. Vegetables here are grown using water from the freshest, purest streams, and you can really taste the difference!
Ishibune Bridge, a hanging rope bridge, is suspended across Akigawa Gorge near Seoto-no-Yu Spa. Take a deep breath and gaze in awe at the beauty of the gorge. Ishibune Bridge, a hanging rope bridge, is suspended across Akigawa Gorge near Seoto-no-Yu Spa. Take a deep breath and gaze in awe at the beauty of the gorge.
Clean off at Seoto-no-Yu Spa. Get fresh and clean after a hard trek in the outdoor bath, which offers spectacular views of Akigawa Gorge. Feel at one with nature and relax in the healing waters of the hot spring. Bubbling up from 1,500 meters underground Clean off at Seoto-no-Yu Spa. Get fresh and clean after a hard trek in the outdoor bath, which offers spectacular views of Akigawa Gorge. Feel at one with nature and relax in the healing waters of the hot spring. Bubbling up from 1,500 meters underground

Reenergize yourself at a 900-meter mountaintop and other mystical spots filled with the power of nature.

Ome/Hinode

A center of worship since ancient times, this mountain range is filled with sacred energy. Recharge your spirits as you take in mystical vistas sculpted by humans and nature.

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Mitake Station

[Start your hike from Mitakesan Station. Along the way, check out the Tengu Rock, named for the long-nosed goblins of Japanese legend, and the Tengu's Seat, an unusually shaped cedar tree.] [Start your hike from Mitakesan Station. Along the way, check out the Tengu Rock, named for the long-nosed goblins of Japanese legend, and the Tengu's Seat, an unusually shaped cedar tree.]
Power up at Musashi-Mitake Shrine. A center for Japan's ancient tradition of mountain worship, Musashi-Mitake Shrine is one of the most mystical spots in the Kanto region. The feeling of accomplishment from climbing Mount Mitake will energize you even further! Founded in 91 BC. Power up at Musashi-Mitake Shrine. A center for Japan's ancient tradition of mountain worship, Musashi-Mitake Shrine is one of the most mystical spots in the Kanto region. The feeling of accomplishment from climbing Mount Mitake will energize you even further! Founded in 91 BC.
Cleanse your spirit at Rock Garden. This purifying spot is formed from moss-covered rocks and a waterfall ravine. Your spirits will surge as you fill your lungs with fresh air. Total distance: about 1.5 km. Cleanse your spirit at Rock Garden. This purifying spot is formed from moss-covered rocks and a waterfall ravine. Your spirits will surge as you fill your lungs with fresh air. Total distance: about 1.5 km.
Cleanse your spirit at Rock Garden. This purifying spot is formed from moss-covered rocks and a waterfall ravine. Your spirits will surge as you fill your lungs with fresh air. [From the Mount Hinode summit, descend via Agokake Rock and Mitsuzawa.] Take a break for lunch. Cleanse your spirit at Rock Garden. This purifying spot is formed from moss-covered rocks and a waterfall ravine. Your spirits will surge as you fill your lungs with fresh air. [From the Mount Hinode summit, descend via Agokake Rock and Mitsuzawa.] Take a break for lunch.
Relax at Tsuru-Tsuru Onsen. This hot-spring spa surrounded by nature has a pleasantly rustic ambience. A strenuous hike beforehand will make the soothing waters feel even better! Natural hot-spring baths that are good for your skin. Relax at Tsuru-Tsuru Onsen. This hot-spring spa surrounded by nature has a pleasantly rustic ambience. A strenuous hike beforehand will make the soothing waters feel even better! Natural hot-spring baths that are good for your skin.

A vibrant journey to stir the soul, without leaving the confines of Tokyo!

Okutama

This entire lush forest on the northwest edge of Tokyo is a national park. Add a dash of color to your life with the brilliant hues of nature and the manmade illuminations of a limestone cave.

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Okutama Station

Explore Nippara Limestone Cave. The cave is 11°C throughout the year; cool in the summer and warm in the winter. The dreamlike colors of the illumination will brighten your heart, and navigating your way through the narrow rocks is sure to thrill you! Designated as one of the Kanto region's largest natural monuments. Explore Nippara Limestone Cave. The cave is 11°C throughout the year; cool in the summer and warm in the winter. The dreamlike colors of the illumination will brighten your heart, and navigating your way through the narrow rocks is sure to thrill you! Designated as one of the Kanto region's largest natural monuments.
Stroll along Lake Okutama. Take a pleasant walk around a lake surrounded by wilderness. The contrast between the blue-green surface of the lake, reflecting nearby mountain ridges, and the crimson autumn foliage of the lake's shore is truly breathtaking. An artificial lake built as a reservoir for tap water. Stroll along Lake Okutama. Take a pleasant walk around a lake surrounded by wilderness. The contrast between the blue-green surface of the lake, reflecting nearby mountain ridges, and the crimson autumn foliage of the lake's shore is truly breathtaking. An artificial lake built as a reservoir for tap water.
Enjoy the autumn colors at Okutama hot spring Moegi no yu. Take a dip in an outdoor bath offering views of Okutama's rushing streams and brilliant autumn colors. The fatigue of your walk will quickly melt away. A natural hot spring with its source in Japan's oldest rock layer. Enjoy the autumn colors at Okutama hot spring Moegi no yu. Take a dip in an outdoor bath offering views of Okutama's rushing streams and brilliant autumn colors. The fatigue of your walk will quickly melt away. A natural hot spring with its source in Japan's oldest rock layer.