Ainoshuku, Seto

Eboshi Mountain

It is a small mountain with a beautiful triangle slightly north of the old Tokaido. It is said to have its name because of its resemblance to the shape of a crow, and it appears as a famous spot on the Tokaido in the travel diary of the Edo period, "Eastern Street Handbook". The altitude is 108.8m, which is the lowest among the approximately 80 Eboshi Mountains nationwide, and is also known as "the lowest Eboshi Mountain in Japan".

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