My first hill-climb of the day wasn't far away and, because of the icy conditions, I needed to take care where I trod. The Mochikoshi Pass offered me great views overlooking the settlement I had just left
One more piece of local history before I reached the confines of Kyoto City. Kyomi-toge (Kyomi Pass) is the sight where, back in 1336, the army of Emperor Godaigo, who was forced to flee the city, clashed with the forces of Ashikaga and, before they entered the city, camped here. The building, the Kyomi Toge Tea House, was built more than 400-years ago.
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This is my video of the days outing.