Rent the shiroshouzoku (white robes) worn by the Yamabushi (ascetic monks who undergo intense training in the mountains) and walk the sacred mountains of Dewa. At Mt. Haguro, you can see the famous cedar tree-lined path that was awarded three stars in the Michelin Green Guide Japan, Gojunoto (five-storied pagoda), a national treasure whose interior is revealed only on special occasions, and the sacred grounds where the kami (Shinto deities) of Mt. Gassan and Mt. Yudono are enshrined. Mt. Yudono is a pilgrimage site whose secrets have been preserved through a “don’t tell, don’t ask” policy. Onsen water gushes forth from a giant rock that is worshipped as a deity. You can experience this sacred water for yourself at the sanrojo (confined area for prayer). Dressed in shiroshouzoku (a white robe), take in the power of nature and step out in search of your newly reborn self.
- ¥5,000 (incl. tax)
Not available in child sizes.
Tabi socks are not included in the rental set.
*Please purchase tabi on your own, or wear your own comfortable shoes such as sneakers.
- Opening Times
- 9:00am - 5:00pm
- Year-end and New Year Holidays
Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays between May 10 (Friday) and November 30, 2019 (Saturday)
- 7 hours (Clothing rental time)
- Minimum participants: 1
- Shoko Travel (Shoko Corporation Co., Ltd.)
- Telephone Number