We stayed at the base of Mocchomudake, at the "Shinkinoyado" ryokan and each morning at breakfast the summit was shrouded in mist. When the mist cleared it revealed the glorious summit which towered 930m above us. The day we climbed Mocchomu, it was bathed in sunlight, giving us the opportunity to see uninterrupted vistas from every viewpoint. You also pass 2 ancient Yaku-sugis along the way and the only other people on the mountain were 2 Japanese hikers. What a wonderful day...thanks again to our guide Jenny (from Yakushima Life).
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