TSUCHIYU-YAMA

つちゆやま 

土湯山

Short and quick hike with views of Chokai-zan and near the Mogami River, Shiraito Falls, and Genso no mori, the Forest of Illusions.

Located near The Forest of Illusions, Tsuchiyu-yama is an abandoned ski field with dilapidated structures and a rusted ski lift in the process of being reforested.

TSUCHIYU-YAMA

Mt. Tsuchiyu, Tsuchiyuyama

土湯山つちゆやま 

Tsuchiyu-yama (土湯山つちゆやま) is a 577m (1893 ft.) peak in the Shonai and Mogami regions of Yamagata prefecture. Tsuchiyu-yama is open year-round from what I can tell, but you will need snowshoes in the winter. Tsuchiyu-yama is a level 1 in terms of physical demand, which means it is easy to hike, has a D technical grade, which means it requires a relative amount of expertise, and you want to allow at least 3 hours for a climb.

Mountain Range

Tsuchiyu-yama

Region

Shonai, Mogami

Elevation

577m (1893 ft.)

Technical Demand

D (requires moderate expertise)

Physical Demand

1 (easiest to climb, although I disagree, it gets quite steep!)

Trails

Tsuchiyu-yama Trail (3 hours return)

Best time to climb

People have snowshoed it in February, so I assume year-round

Day trip possible?

Yes

Minimum Time Required

3 hours return

Abandoned Ski Field and Phantom Forest of Tsuchiyu-yama (Mt. Tsuchiyu)

Tsuchiyu-yama is known for:

  • Genso-no-mori AKA The Forest of Illusions, The Phantom Forest
  • Mogami-gawa Ski Field, Abandoned Ski Field they are trying to reforest
Japan’s Abandoned Ski Field on Tsuchiyu-yama

I have a special affinity for the Mogami River. The first taste of the cherry-loving Yamagata prefecture for most of my English teacher friends was from a few thousand metres high in the sky. For me, it was a two-hour drive through the prefecture, following the Mogami River along the way. That drive along the river was the first of many. But it took me 11 years to realise that there was an abandoned ski field along the way. 

Tsuchiyu-yama is a smallish mountain on the banks of the Mogami River near the border of Tozawa-mura and Shonai-machi. The peak boasts Genso-no-Mori, The Forest of Illusions, or The Phantom Forest, and an abandoned ski field, the former Mogami-gawa Ski field. 

The Mist of Mogami

An abandoned ski lift on Tsuchiyu-yama in the northern Japan prefecture of Yamagata under a cloudy mountaintop.
The summit of Tsuchiyu-yama seen from the abandoned ski lift at the base

The best time to be out along the Mogami River has got to be the early morning. This is when the clouds are well and truly out to play. This was the case when I went to climb Tsuchiyu-yama, and it was the case when I went to climb Kamewari-yama a week later too.

Looking up from the base of the mountain, all I could see was a summit shrouded in cloud, the famous Mogami mist. But my first port of call wasn’t Tsuchiyu-yama that day. No, I was aiming for an even more mysterious destination, the fabled Genso-no-Mori, AKA The Phantom Forest or The Forest of Illusions. 

Genso No Mori (The Forest of Illusions)

Genso-no-Mori The Forest of Illusions or The Phantom Forest near Tsuchiyu-yama

Genso-no-Mori is an ancient cedar forest full of mangled trees. The trees formed this way due to the heavy snowfall in the region that have well and truly stood the test of time. As an extremely mysterious location Genso-no-Mori is worthy of being a destination in and of itself. However, much like Tsuchiyu-yama, Genso-no-Mori is a bit tough to get to, and depending on the time of year, is also covered in bugs. 

Getting to Genso-no-Mori and Tsuchiyu-yama

A gravel road with a pine forest in the distance, the Tsuchiyu-yama trailhead.
The trailhead up Tsuchiyu-yama. The green sign on the right points to Genso-no-Mori

To get to Genso-no-Mori and Tsuchiyu-yama, it’s easiest to find your bearings at the Shiraito Falls Michi no Eki Roadside Station (also known as the River Station) car park. From there, you can either walk to both Genso-no-mori and the Tsuchiyu-yama trailhead, or just drive there by heading east along Route 47. On the right there is a part where the railway crosses above a narrow road that heads into the mountains with a sign for Genso no Mori 幻想の森. Take this road.

The road is gravel, and is quite long and winded so take care. Part-way up the road splits off to the left. This is the trailhead to Tsuchiyu-yama. Keep following the trail and you will eventually get to Genso-no-Mori. Then all you need to do is backtrack to the trailhead. This is also the best place to park your car. There is enough space there for maybe one or two cars, but be careful not to block the path.

The trail up Tsuchiyu-yama

The rusted roof and collapsed buildings of Tsuchiyu-yama amongst a sprawling forest, an abandoned ski field in Yamagata Prefecture.
The dilapidated buildings of Tsuchiyu-yama

Tsuchiyu-yama only has one trail. From the trailhead, you just need to keep following the trail all the way up, it’s pretty obvious. The trail will first take you through a few forests and past some waterfalls. Then, you will come out at the dilapidated ski lift and collapsed buildings. Follow the main ski field to the top of the lift, and keep going up. The trail gets narrower towards the summit, and you will come out at a place with three giant antennae. Then, there is a beech forest path with pink tags to follow until you reach the real summit. There isn’t a lookout from the summit, but the beech forest is fun to explore.

The Charms of Tsuchiyu-yama

Fresh greenery surrounds the abandoned ski lift of Tsuchiyu-yama in Yamagata Prefecture with ominous grey sky in the background
The abandoned ski lift of Tsuchiyu-yama

There are some very good views of the surrounding mountains along the trail, and if you’re lucky Chokai-zan. However, it’s a bit of a slog to get up there, and you can get similar views elsewhere. Plus, the trail is gravel the whole way up. If like me you opt for yamabushi shoes, or just shoes with a thin sole, your feet are going to hurt. I’m used to it from walking barefoot a lot as a kid, but if you’re not used to it, it would probably be quite uncomfortable. Best to bring proper shoes.

Once you’re at the summit, it’s just a matter of backtracking to your car. If the mists of Mogami isn’t too much, you should have some really good views most of the way down. Otherwise, in all honesty, there isn’t that much to see on the mountain that you can’t see elsewhere. 

A beech forest with bamboo in the foreground and a sign pointing to the summit of Tsuchiyu-yama
The final part of the trail to the summit of Tsuchiyu-yama

Tsuchiyu-yama (Mt. Tsuchiyu) is located along the border of Shonai Town and Tozawa Village. The former. ski field is the final destination along the Tohoku nature path (Tohoku Shizen Hodo) called the Mogami Gorge and History Path (Mogami Kyo to Rekishi no Michi).

Locations near Tsuchiyu-yama worth checking out

Mogami River

The Mogami River runs through the centre of Yamagata Prefecture.
The Mogami River runs through Yamagata Prefecture

The 229km Mogami River running the length of Yamagata Prefecture is the 7th longest river in Japan, and the longest contiguous river in one prefecture, taking 3 to 5 days for the water to flow from the source to the ocean. Along with the Fuji river in Yamanashi and Shizuoka Prefectures, and the Kuma River in Kumamoto, the Mogami is one of the big three fastest-flowing rivers in Japan.

The Mogami River was featured prominently in Matsuo Basho’s The Narrow Road to the Deep North. Matsuo Basho and his trusty partner Kawai Sore stayed three days in Oishida, and once they had good weather, they travelled to the Dewa Sanzan, boarding the Mogami River in the area right in front of Yamuki-yama.

This river voyage inspired the following haiku by Matsuo Basho:

Gathering the rains

Of summer, how swift she runs

Mogami River

Matsuo Basho

River Cruise on the Mogami

Need some inspiration? Why not do what Matsuo Basho did and take a cruise down the Mogami? River boat cruises along the Mogami are offered by multiple companies. You can even try a cruise during the cold winter months when you can sit under a heated Kotatsu and sip Amazake, a sweetened sake lees drink (the extract from making sake that is non-alcoholic).

Shiraito Falls

Shiraito-no-taki waterfall along the Mogami River with characteristic torii gates during the middle of winter in Yamagata
The Shiraito Falls in the middle of winter

Located on the opposite bank of Mogami River at the terminus of the river cruise, the Shiraito Falls is well worth a stop if you get the chance. The Shiraito Falls is one of the top 100 Falls of Japan, and it’s not hard to see why when you see the real thing.

Haguro-san and the Dewa Sanzan

Haguro-san of the Dewa Sanzan is one of the best places to visit in all of Japan.

Yamuki-yama

A sign pointing to the summit of Yamuki-yama and the remains of the Yamuki Castle along the Mogami River in Yamagata Prefecture
The remains of the Yamuki Castle await at Yamuki-yama located a little further up the Mogami River

Yamuki-yama is a low lying peak on the banks with a huge history as a strategic location for the medieval Yamuki castle for The Mogami Clan, and for the burgeoning trade along the Mogami River that helped lead Edo, modern-day Tokyo, to its status as a global city.

Yozo-san

Five hikers walk the trail of Yozo-san surrounded in a beech forest.
The enchanting Yozo-san is a mountain with a legendary history and a really great hike with so much to explore

Located between Sakata City and Sakegawa-mura, Yozo-san is an epic hike along an ancient mountain pass of primeval beech forests, unstoppable views, mysterious swamps, massive gorges complete with breathtaking waterfalls and snow bridges, all with a legendary history.

Yonetaihei-zan

Chokai-zan (Mt. Chokai) piercing the blue winter sky in the background of the pine forests of Yonetaihei-zan (Mt. Yonetaihei) in Sakegawa Village, Yamagata Prefecture.
Yonetaihei-zan is a mountain in the shape of a donut home to the Yone marsh

I visited Yonetaihei-zan in winter so didn’t get to explore the marsh, but it wouldn’t be too far of a detour at all. Yonetaihei-zan is a 30min climb to the summit too, so it would be easy to do both of these mountains in the same day (weather and season permitting).

Kamewari-yama

Kamewari-yama (Mt. Kamewari亀割山かめわりやま) is a 594m (1948 ft.) peak in the Mogami region of Yamagata prefecture best climbed from June to October. Moreover, Kamewari-yama is a level 1 in terms of physical demand, which means it is easy to hike, has a A technical grade, which means it requires little expertise, and you want to allow at least 3 hours for a climb.

Hijiori Onsen and Jizomori-yama

Entrance to The Maluya Hotel in Hijiori Onsen, an Onsen (hot spring resort) in a caldera on Gassan (Mt. Gassan) in Yamagata Prefecture.
Hijiori Onsen is located in a caldera on Gassan, and has one of the trailheads up the Dewa Sanzan’s tallest peak too. 

The quaint town of Hijiori Onsen is named after a monk who healed his broken elbow in the hot spring water found there. Tucked away in the hills behind Gassan, Hijiori Onsen is famous for recording the greatest snowfall of any region in Japan, and there is even an annual competition to see who can dig through the snow to the ground the fastest. Hijiori onsen is also home to the famous Jizomori-yama, a peak with a shrine tucked into an indent in the mountain and a cave for ascetic training. 

References

Yamap (Japanese app with my explanation in English)

Yamagatayama official website (Japanese): https://yamagatayama.com/hyakumeizan/no-047/

Information about the Mogami River (Japanese):

幻想の世界に息づく最上川峡の自然と歴史文化
戸沢村を流れる最上川中流部は最上峡と呼ばれ、両岸には樹齢1千年を超す天然木の「山の内杉」が群生し、左岸の土湯山の一角は「幻想の森」と呼ばれています。最上峡は、「義経記」や「奥の細道」に記述があるなど、古くから多くの文学者・詩人の描写の対象と…www.yamagata-takara.com

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羽黒山

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笙ガ岳

しょうがだけ

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温海岳

あつみだけ

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きょうがくらさん

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藤倉山

ふじくらやま

Sanze’s Little Helper: Fantastic Fujikura-yama

Fun little peak in the tiny fishing village of Sanze, Tsuruoka City

Mt. Maya seen from the distance

MT. MAYA

摩耶山

まやさん

Mythical Beasts, Buddha’s Mother, and buried Yamabushi treasure? Welcome to Maya-san (Mt. Maya).

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Mt. Ubagatake in autumn

MT. UBAGATAKE

姥ヶ岳

うばがたけ

The Widow’s Peak: Ubaga-take (Mt. Ubagatake) of North Japan

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MT. TAIZO

胎蔵山

たいぞうさん

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母狩山

ほかりやま

Mother. Hunter. Mountain. Hokari-yama (Mt. Hokari)

Kinbo Shugen Mountain with a strange name and amazing trails amongst the autumn leaves

Mt. Chokai seen from Mt. Yonetaihei in the winter

YONETAIHEI-ZAN

米太平山

よねたいへいざん

Homer Simpson’s Heaven in North Japan: The Donut-shaped Yonetaihei-san (Mt. Yonetaihei)

Tiny donut-shaped peak in Sakegawa Village of the Mogami region worthy of a snowshoe hike.

Mt. Yudono Shrine Gates during the autumn

YUDONO-SAN

湯殿山

ゆどのさん

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TSUCHIYU-YAMA

土湯山

つちゆやま

Abandoned Ski Field and Phantom Forest of Tsuchiyu-yama (Mt. Tsuchiyu)

Short and quick hike with views of Chokai-zan and near the Mogami River, Shiraito Falls, and Genso no mori, the Forest of Illusions.

Mt. Yamuki (Yamuki-yama) in Shinjo City

YAMUKI-YAMA

八向山

やむきやま

The Medieval Castle and Mighty River of Yamuki-yama (Mt. Yamuki)

Tiny peak that was home to a medieval castle along the banks of the mighty Mogami River.

KITA-YAMA

北山

きたやま

Panoramas and picnics under the Sakura: Kita-yama (Mt. Kitayama)

Former ski field turned into a Sakura-lover’s paradise on the outskirts of Murayama City

KAMEWARI-YAMA

亀割山

かめわりやま

Turtles, Tigers, and a Legendary Japanese Character: Kamewari-yama

Legendary location next to a quaint Onsen (hot spring) resort along the Oguni River in Mogami Town

YOZO-SAN

与蔵山

よぞうさん

Yozo-san: White Snakes, White Monkeys and slimy salamanders

Ancient trail of primeval beech forests, legendary swamp monsters, waterfalls, snow bridges, and more.

YAKUSHI-SAN

薬師山

やくしさん

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Small pyramidal peak in the northern Yamagata town of Kaneyama

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蔵王山

ざおうさん

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おきなさん

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神室山

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Kamuro-san in the Mogami Region of Yamagata Prefecture

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YUNOSAWA-DAKE

湯ノ沢岳

ゆのさわだけ

Kinbo Shugen mountain with great views of Gassan, Chokai-zan, and the Asahi Alps.

Chokai-zan

CHOKAI-ZAN

鳥海山

ちょうかいざん

Tallest peak entirely in Tohoku often said to resemble Mt. Fuji, leading to the name Dewa Fuji (after the former province of Dewa).

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TODONO-SAN

頭殿山

とうどのさん

Mountain on the borders of Shirataka and Asahi Towns. Part of an ancient path to Yudono-san.

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KAGIKAKE-MORI

鉤掛森

かぎかけもり

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MOKUZO-YAMA

杢蔵山

もくぞうやま

Mountain that marks the entrance to the Kamuro Alps

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HACHIMORI-YAMA

八森山

はちもりやま

Peak along the Kamuro Alps home to legendary Tengu

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RYUBA-SAN

竜馬山

りゅうばさん

Mountain in Kaneyama Town with a distinctive precarious cliff face.

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HIUCHI-DAKE

火打岳

ひうちだけ

Peak along the Kamuro Renpo (Kamuro Alps) offering great views

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FUTATSU-MORI

二ツ森

ふたつもり

Twin-peaked mountain in Obanazawa City with a cool waterfall and great views.

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小又山

こまたやま

Tallest peak on the Kamuro Renpo (Kamuro Alps) by a whisker with striking peaks and valleys.

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KASHIWAGI-YAMA

柏木山

かしわぎやま

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JIZOMORI-YAMA

地蔵盛山

じぞうもりやま

Mountain near Hijiori Onsen with an amazing shrine on a precarious cliff-face overlooking Gassan.

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SABANE-YAMA

猿羽根山

さばねやま

Mountain on the borders of Funagata Town and Obanazawa City in the Mogami and Murayama regions in Yamagata respectfully that was historically a difficult mountain pass.

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OASAHI-DAKE

大朝日岳

おおあさひだけ

One of the 100 Famous Mountains of Japan along the borders of the Okitama, Murayama, and Shonai regions of Yamagata.

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SHOJIGA-TAKE

障子ヶ岳

しょうじがたけ

Mountain along the Asahi Renpo famous for its rockface reminiscent of Japanese paper screens (Shoji).

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KABU-YAMA

加無山

かぶやま

Twin-peaked mountain within a forest park that is home to many ancient trees and bird of prey nests.

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KAMURO-DAKE

禿岳

かむろだけ

Mountain on the edge of a caldera on the borders of Mogami Town and the Onikobe part of Naruko Onsen, Miyagi Prefecture.

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KOSHIKI-YAMA

甑山

こしきやま

Twin-peaked mountain entirely in the Kabu-yama Prefectural Nature Park in Mamurogawa Town near the border of Akita Prefecture.

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ITO-DAKE

以東岳

いとうだけ

One of the main peaks famous as a starting and ending point for traverses along the Asahi Renpo, fields of alpine flowers, and the legendary Takitaro, a giant fish inhabiting the Otori-ike (lake).

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TENGUSUMOTORI-YAMA

天狗角力取山

てんぐすもうとりやま

Peak on the borders of Tsuruoka City and Nishikawa Town at the edge of the Asahi Renpo known for sumo-wrestling Tengu.

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OTAKANE-YAMA

大高根山

おおたかねやま

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TARUISHI-YAMA

樽石山

たるいしやま

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(MURAYAMA) TENGU-YAMA

村山 天狗山

むらやま てんぐやま

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DAIZUMORI-YAMA

大頭森山

だいずもりやま

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MURAYAMA HAYAMA

村山葉山

むらやま はやま

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Tim Bunting Kiwi Yamabushi

TIM BUNTING – KIWI YAMABUSHI

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Hi, I'm Tim Bunting AKA the Kiwi Yamabushi, a New Zealander who became a Yamabushi Ascetic in the Dewa Sanzan mountains of north Japan. I'm part of the Yamabushido team, and we host life-altering Yamabushi training on the Dewa Sanzan (website I made). People come to us for the ultimate mindfulness experience, to reach the next level, or simply connect with nature and themselves.

I'm on a mission to summit all 100 Famous Mountains of Yamagata Prefecture to spread the splendour of this fabulous location, and in dedication to all those who lost their lives out in nature, including my father.

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