Mishima Warnings and Dangers

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    me, rocks, sign happily together
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Most Recent Warnings and Dangers in Mishima

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    Venomous Snakes

    by taigaa001 Updated May 8, 2011

    During the Hakone hike you may encounter two venomous snakes, mamushi and tiger keelback. Mamushis are commonly seen venomous snakes in Japan and lurk mainly in shrubs or grassy area. Tiger keelbacks or yagakashis rarely attack human but occasional biting has been reported. Yamagakashis were brought to attention when they were found deadly for children because the venomous fangs fit right into children's wrist when the children try to catch the snake. Tiger Keelbacks are easy to distinguish because they have yellow hides. When bitten don't move much and asked for emergency help. When asked what happened just say, "Hebinikamareta", (I was bit by the snake).

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    • Hiking and Walking

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    Falling Rocks

    by chodearm Updated Jul 26, 2004

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    me, rocks, sign happily together

    Click on the photo and read the sign. Rocks definately were going the oppisite way on the way up and moved with me on the way down.

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    • Archeology
    • Hiking and Walking
    • Mountain Climbing

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