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VIVEZ L'AVENTURE

AU CŒUR DU NORD DU JAPON

Les "bains de forêt"

Shinrin'yoku 森林浴, l'art à la japonaise de se soigner à travers des bains de forêt

Les bains de forêt, appelés aussi shinrin'yoku, sont un merveilleux moyen de comprendre le mystérieux lien qui unit le peuple japonais à la nature depuis des millénaires

Les Japonais ont toujours vénéré la montagne et les forêts, aussi loin que la civilisation japonaise a existé. 

Là où il y a une montagne, il y a un kami (divinité Shinto).

Venez vous essayer aux bains de forêt et absorbez toute la puissance des kami japonais!

Nos recommendations pour d'uniques bains de forêt: 

Area

Required time

Kihi Shrine

気比神社

Where the lovers seal their love for eternity

Kihi Shrine was built in 1337 and worships the god of food. Quite logical for a shrine that is located in the middle of rice fields and close to the sea.

Area

Yura Onsen, Atsumi Onsen

Required time

1 hour

Kumano Shrine

水沢熊野神社

The most scenic place in Yutagawa area

Kumano shrine

Area

Yutagawa Onsen

Required time

30 min - 1 hour

Hakusan shrine

白山神社

A forest in the middle of the sea

Cross the bridge over the sea that connects Yura's beach to Hakusan-jima islet to discover a small shrine in a forest above the sea.

Area

Yura Onsen

Required time

1 hour - 2 hours

Mt. Haguro's Stairway

羽黒山石段

The legendary 2446 stone steps

The beautiful cedar alley that received 3 starts in the Green Michelin Guide. You'll find a pilgrim teahouse halfway to the top to take a breath before reaching the top.

Area

Mt. Haguro

Required time

3 hours

Mt. Kinbo

金峰山

A sacred place of shugendo

This mountain was once an annexed part of Mt. Haguro. It worships the gods of "enmusubi" ("tying links"), and couples like to go there to pray for a happy future. This is where the snow lantern festival takes place in Tsuruoka.

Area

Yutagawa Onsen

Required time

1 hour

Yuzusame Shrine

由豆佐売神社

The forest where lives the goddess of onsen

This shrine worships three gods, including the goddess of onsens. If you wish to take the path behind the shrine, to go further in the forest, bring a bear bell with you. Just in case.

Area

Yutagawa Onsen

Required time

30 min - 1 hour

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The Rokujurigoe-kaido Path, a 44km long pilgrimage trail, used by Mt. Yudono's pilgrims for more than 1200 years.

Go see the sokushinbutsu mummies, the dragon god tree, and Mt. Yudono on foot.

DEGAM Tsuruoka Tourism Bureau (General Incorporated Association)

Adresse: 3-1 Suehiromachi, MARICA East Building, 2nd floor, Tsuruoka, Yamagata 997-0015, JAPAN

TEL: (+81) 0235-26-1218

E-mail: tsuruoka@degam.jp

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