Ago Tsujimatsu-toge Pass(Ago Tsujimatsu-toge )


Even the original pine tree has been ruined.

The Ago Tsujimatsu-toge Pass is where the trail splits into two directions: one way leads to the Ago area, and the other to the Tsubaki area. If you arrive at this point, it means that you have walked ichiri (approx. 4 km) from the Ichiri-matsu Mound Remains, which can be reached shortly after exiting Sodo-ji Temple. A jizo statue stands near this section, and beside the trail close to the fork lies decaying fallen pine trees. Like other locations, a group of pine trees had been planted in this section as well, as a guidepost, yet they were burnt down in a wildfire in 1943.


Ago, Shirahama Town
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120 minutes’ walk from JR Kii-Tonda Station

Recommended spot

JR Kii-Tonda Station > Ago Ferry Crossing ("Ago-no-Watashi") Remains