In order to be careful of the coronavirus, I thought that what I should do was "thoroughly avoid the Three Cs", so I decided to jump out of my house and jump into the mountains on holidays.
I thought that if I had an adventure like pushing through the grass, the probability of meeting people would be almost zero.
I'm a stupid idiot.
The destination I went to this time was the ruins of Kamisakura Castle .
As you climb the slope that extends toward Tokushima Prefectural Kawashima High School and continue climbing beyond the high school, you will see a magnificent building of a religious group. If you continue to climb beyond that, you will be able to enter a slightly narrow road leading to the "Yoshinogawa City Recycling Center".
If you keep going there, you will see an easy-to-understand entrance mark.
A type of bulletin board that is often seen around historic sites. This is a landmark.
By the way, there is no parking lot around here, so if you come by car, you have to park on the road, so be careful. (Let's follow traffic etiquette)