It was a beautiful Sunday here in Zushi. The temperature was around 75 degrees and the humidity was down from 95% to 75%. Plus, there was a gentle breeze. This made it a great day to get out and enjoy a hike. I met Katie and her kids, Cullen and Virginia, at the Jimmuji train station. We hiked from Jimmuji Station up and over Takatori Mountain.
As we started up the trail, we passed the senior home. They still had large koi flags hanging from Children’s day.
We set off for the top of the mountain. Everything was so green compared to the last time I hiked this trail with Amanda a couple months ago.
We definitely didn’t have a shortage of stairs to climb!
We enjoyed a couple of the overlooks as we climbed. Unfortunately, it was a little hazy.
The trail is a fun hike. There are lots of large rocks making you feel like you’re really in the woods and climbing a mountain.
We made it with ease to the rock climbing area. The area with the chains was no problem for us! We walked up to the top of the overlook and enjoyed the view and the cool breeze!
My favorite part of the hike is finding your way to the stone Takatoriyama Buddha. The carving always makes me smile.
We made our way past the Buddha and to Oppama train station.
The last part is a walk through a neighborhood. The hydrangea were just beginning to bloom in this area. Regardless, they are a sign of so much beauty on the verge of blooming!