- 公益社団法人 日本造園学会
- ランドスケープ研究 (ISSN:13408984)
- vol.66, no.5, pp.655-658, 2003 (Released:2003-09-24)
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This study manifested the characteristics of mountain trails and effect to the natural experience, taking Mt. Inari in Kyoto, in which Japanese traditional belief to the nature still exists, as a case study. Analysis was practiced in terms of locations of trails and of objects for interest on trails. As a result, the former was exemplified to bring realization of rich topography with introduction of diverse terrains, or to emphasize the action of “climbing”, applying particularity of mountain peak. On the other hand, the latter was exemplified to enrich natural experience with adopted nature as interest, or to enrich trailing experience with successive appearance of interest. Those findings were summarized as hints for design of mountain trails.