Hakkai Shrine
Minami Uonuma City
Has been worshiped by people as a sacred mountain of faith
Founded over 1200 years ago, this temple has a long history; itinerant priests of mountain worship came to this temple to lead an ascetic life, small shrines to fieldstones were created, a Japanese cedar became a sacred tree and was worshiped, and there was an avenue of cedars 440 m long that approached the temple from both sides. Every year in the beginning of the summer, at the event for the start of the mountain-climbing season, there is a fire-walking festival where participants walk through a fire with bare feet.
Address 454 Yamaguchi, Minami-Uonuma City, Niigata prefecture
Telephone 025-775-2693
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How go get to Hakkai Shrine
Get on Joetsu Line or Hoku-Hoku Line from Echigo-Yuzawa Station, and get off at Muikamachi Station. Change to Mt. Hakkai Ski Resort Line buses for 23 minutes and get off at 中手原 . About 4 minutes walk from there.
Closest Bus Stop
200m from Nakatehara (MH21) Bus Stop
Car Access
From Tokyo25 minutes from Muikamachi IC
From Niigata25 minutes from Muikamachi IC
These facilities are close by
Minamiuonuma Agricultual Experience college
Enjoyable experience utilizing the natural resources
Muikamachi Hakkaisan Ski Resort
Enjoy the 3Km long slope
Hakkaisan Ropeway (Base)
Enjoy the great views and seasons of nature
Katakuri Flower Fields (Hakkaisan Ropeway)
Like a carpet of purple coloring the surface of the mountain
Tomioka White Museum
Works from the painter Tomioka Soichiro who specializes in the world of black and white
Osaki Dam Park
Enjoy hiking and camping as well as flowers and greenery around the dam lake
Hakkaisan Ropeway (Peak)
Spectacular views from the air
Hakkaisan Ski Resort (MH22) Bus Stop
Nigoume trailhead
Kamiyakushido (MH16) Bus Stop