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On Tuesday, June 18, Tsuruoka was affected by a magnitude 6. However, damage to Tsuruoka was minimal with only 7 people slightly injured during a successful evacuation. Sadly, because of the news of the earthquake, many tourists have canceled their plans to visit the area. Nestled in the northeastern mountains of Yamagata , Tsuruoka is a sometimes overlooked city with unusual gems and sacred grounds. Yet, even more rarities are in store. Mount Haguro, Mount Yudono and Mount Gassan the tallest of the three symbolize the present, past, and future and are considered sacred by Shugendo monks who practice a strict brand of mountain worship.
The ancient pilgrimage route then leads practitioners to the spirit realm, represented by Mount Gassan meters. To complete the experience, purify yourself in the hot springs of Mount Yudono. Imagine starving yourself to skin and bones and then being buried alive underground until you were mummified, this is how the sokushinbutsu self-mummified monks became living relics.
You might be surprised to find that Tsuruoka is home to the largest jellyfish collection in the world. This aquarium has over 50 different species, a Guinness World Record, with its crown jewel being a five-meter-wide tank with 5, moon jellyfish.
The mountain is actually closed in winter because there is too much snow and the temperatures are dangerous for skiers, so summer is best. Last, drop by the Chido Museum for local history, interesting residences with Japanese gardens and a few national treasures. Discover Tsuruoka and the other destinations in our video. Cities , hiking , Mountains , mummies of japan , yamagata , zoos and aquariums. Due to its remote location, Tsuruoka is best explored by car, though definitely possible by train and bus if you exercise a little patience.
The Tsuruoka Tourist Information Center right in front of the station is extremely useful in helping visitors navigate the area. They have English speaking staff who offer seamless advice with bus routes, provide English maps and give recommendations. Peak time for Dewa Sanzan pilgrimage is during summer, so plan accordingly. In , the Japanese government ordered the separation of Buddhism and Shintoism, which are the two main religious practices in Japan today. In , the Shugendo sect was actually banned for being a superstitious religion and much heritage was lost.