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I'm traveling with my family to Japan May 22-June 4 (including kids ages 7 and 9). We all love to hike and are interested in day hiking in the Japanese Alps, perhaps around Takayama. We won't have our cold-weather gear (traveling light), other than jackets/raincoats. Definitely no boots. Are there hikes in the Alps that won't be snow-covered?

We did get a good book on hiking in Japan, which is great, but I can't find the answer to that question.

We will also be hiking around Kyoto. If the Alps are too cold, any other hiking areas to consider between Tokyo and Kyoto?

Thanks in advance!

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