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Yamagata intro. Yamagata is the capital of its prefecture, also called Yamagata, and is popular with tourists. As the city is just under three hours from Tokyo by bullet train, Yamagata hotels are often used as bases by those that want to spend time in the famous Japanese capital but who don’t wish to pay the extortionate prices for accommodation or deal with crowds all hours of the day. While the bullet train is the fastest option for getting here, a large amount of tourists also reach Yamagata hotels by taking the bus from Tokyo. While in the area, tourists often arrange trips to outdoor places such as the mountains of Dewa Sanzan, which are believed to be holy, and the Yamadera temple. Practically any time of the year, Yamagata hotels are available and can be arranged without difficulty by those who take a chance and turn up unannounced as well as those who use mediums such as the internet to make a booking. Author:
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