The Dewa Sanzan are the three sacred peaks of Yamagata, representing birth, death and rebirth. For centuries, pilgrims have walked these trails and prayed at the shrines.
Heavenly vegetarian cuisine developed by mountain priests
Stay at a temple overnight and try Shojin Ryori, a vegetarian cuisine eaten by Buddhist monks, at Dewa Sanzan in Yamagata Prefecture..
The landscape of mountains, rivers and rice fields are ingrained in the very nature of the people and culture of Yamagata. The relationship..
Haguro-san of the Dewa Sanzan
Taranokidai is a popular ski resort in Yamagata Prefecture.
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