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5 Takaosan no Sugi-Namiki (row of cedars in Takaosan)

Tokyo Natural Monuments
Designated November 8, 1952

The row of cedar trees, planted along the approach to the ground of Takaosan Yakuo-in, is very unique in Tokyo. This row is composed of more than 10 cedar trees with a giant cedar at the beginning. Although the 26th typhoon ravaged in this area on 24th September 1966, these giant trees survived. The giant cedar is 47 m high and has 5.6 m trunk circumference. As these cedars are already old, the trunk of some of them is hollow near the roots.

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All day
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2177 Takao-machi, Hachioji-city
From the Keio Line Takaosanguchi Station take the cable car and get off at Takaosan. From there it is 15-min walk to the temple.
No smoking, lavatories : provided
On rainy or windy days, dead branches often fall. please mind your head.