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Tachudake Mountain Hike

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Trip at a Glance

  • Company

    Go! Yakushima

  • Locations

    Yakushima, Kagoshima, Japan

  • Activities

    Adventure, Hiking Trekking

  • Price
    From: ¥15,000 JPY per person
  • Duration

    8 hours

  • Avg Distance

    8 km

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Departure time depends on your hotel location

  • Starting Location


  • Price Includes

    Lunch Bento / Transportation / Insurance

  • Notes

    I can arrange hiking gear rental as well as good accommodation and transportation to Yakushima


  • Stand under the magnificent 40m granite tower of Tenchuseki at the summit.
  • Great views of the Anbo Village and Tanegashima Island across the straits.
  • The early & later section of this hike goes through the Yakusugi Land forest with giant cryptomeria trees.
  • Witness the vegetation change as we enter the sub-alpine region of the island and the rhododendrons begin to appear.


Trip Info

The Tachudake course is a combination of a Yakushima forest and mountain hike. If you only have a day to hike on the island and wish to experience the great variation of Yakushima’s environment then this trek is as good as any

The hike begins in the Yakusugi Land forest and we meander around the areas many rivers and streams, passing some giant sugi trees as well large spruce and fir trees. There are a few suspension bridge crossings and during rainstorms the rivers make for exciting viewing. This area also has quite a bit of history attached to it and remainders of this history lie all over the forest floor.

Your adventure awaits!

Go! Yakushima

Go! Yakushima aims to offer exciting and informative tours around Yakushima. The tours will leave the visitor with a very good understanding of why Yakushima is a unique island and why it deservedly holds a World Heritage status.

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