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1. Ogawayama_小川山 208 routes in Crag

Summary:
JFMAMJJASOND
seasonality
Sport, Trad and Boulder

Long/Lat: 138.632609, 35.904227

Access Issues:

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1.1. Mawarime Hira Shuhen 74 routes in Area

Summary:
Sport, Trad and Boulder

Long/Lat: 138.637932, 35.909282

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 *** Philosophy

1D

V7Boulder
2 ** Taiko Ban

1D

V7Boulder

1.1.1. Te no Hira-Iwa 5 routes in Crag

Summary:
All Sport
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Love is Over / ラブ・イズ・オーヴァー 5.10dSport
2 Fighting Macaroon II / ファイティングマコロン II 5.10cSport
3 Macaroon I / マコロン 5.10bSport
4 Endless Summer / エンドレスサマー 5.10cSport
5 Omoide no Vista / 想い出のビスタ 5.10bSport

1.1.2. Ko Yubi Iwa 2 routes in Crag

Summary:
All Sport
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Surprise Ending 5.10cSport
2 * Go Gatsu no Yuki / 五月の雪 5.10cSport

1.1.3. Oyayubi Iwa 8 routes in Crag

Summary:
Sport and Trad
Description:©

The name Oyayubi Iwa (親指岩) translates as "Thumb Rock"

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 ** Ma-ji no Line / 本気のライン 5.12aSport 19m
2 China Girl / チャイナガール 5.12aSport 19m
3 * Platonic love / プラトニック・ラブ 5.12cSport 19m
4 *** Ogawayama LayBack / 小川山レイバック 5.9Trad 25m
5 * The Light / ザ・ライト 5.10aSport 17m
6 The Kante / ザ・カンテ 5.12cSport
7 Ten Ma-de Agare / Rises up to Heaven / 天まであがれ 5.12cSport 25m
8 *** Crazy Jam / クレイジージャム 5.10dTrad 25m

1.1.4. Tanuki Iwa Shuhen 14 routes in Area

Summary:
Sport and Trad
1.1.4.1. Tanuki Iwa 6 routes in Crag
Summary:
Sport and Trad
Description:©

The name translates as "Racoon Rock"

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Kaitaku Ou no Deshi / 開拓王の弟子 5.11bMixed 6
2 * Working Face 5.12bSport 7
3 Jinen Jho / 自然薯 5.11aSport
4 ** Tororo / とろろ 5.12aSport
5 Gekkou / 月光 5.11cSport
6 Tsukiyo No Tanuki / 月夜のたぬき

The name translates as "Raccoon moonlit night"

5.10dTrad
1.1.4.2. Kitsune Iwa 6 routes in Crag
Summary:
Mostly Sport
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Minami Ryou Inari / 南稜イナリ 5.10cMixed 2
2 Yota kitsune / よたきつね 5.11bSport
3 Nyan Dolly / ニャンドリー 5.10cSport 8
4 Fox Tunnel / フォックストンネル 5.10bSport 8
5 Chakkari Don-hei / チャッカリどん兵 5.12bSport
6 Ogurasan wa Ogesan / 御座山はオゲサン 5.12aSport
1.1.4.3. Ohimesama Iwa 2 routes in Crag
Summary:
All Trad
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Kamii Route / カミイルート 5.10bTrad
2 New Kid Crack / ヌイキッドクラック 5.10aTrad

1.1.5. O Tonosama iwa 8 routes in Crag

Summary:
Trad and Sport
Description:©

The name translates as "Your lord rock"

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Dai Hinmin Route / 大貧民ルート 5.7Trad
2 Amazon II / アマゾンII 5.11aSport
3 *** Imagine Kawa / イムジン河 5.11dTrad
4 *** Super Imagine / スーパーイムジン 5.12bMixed 1
5 *** Ninja / ニンジャ 5.14aSport 4
6 ** Yoki Senu Present / 予期せぬプレゼント 5.10aTrad
7 Shigure / しぐれ 5.10aTrad
8 Hino Ataru Basho / 陽のあたる場所

The name translates as "A Place In The Sun"

5.10aTrad

1.1.6. Amida Iwa 5 routes in Crag

Summary:
Trad and Sport
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Kiku Biyori / 菊日和

The name translates as "Chrysanthemum Weather"

5.10dSport 10m, 4
2 Big Man / ビッグマン 5.11bTrad 20m
3 Scarpa / スキャパ 5.12aMixed 10m, 3
4 Big Flake / ビッグフレーク 5.8Trad
5 Ōatari Traverse / 大当たりトラヴァース

The name translates as "Jackpot Traverse"

5.10cMixed 4

1.1.7. Raigan 6 routes in Crag

Summary:
Trad and Sport
Description:©

Translates as Thurder Rock

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Raidō Crack / 雷道クラック 5.9Trad
2 Goro Goro / ゴロゴロ 5.11bSport 10
3 Hōdai Chimney / 砲台チムニー

Name translates as "Battery Chimney"

5.7Trad
4 Mizūmi No Densetsu / 湖の伝説

Translates as "Legend of the Lake"

5.11aSport 8
5 Shirakomaike wa Shiro no Ike / 白駒池は白の池 5.10cSport 9
6 Kinpusan wa kinpourai / 金峰山はキンポウライ 5.10aMixed 1

1.1.8. Komochi iwa 2 routes in Area

Summary:
All Sport
Description:©

Name translates as "Whirlpool rock"

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Flake no Doukeshi / フレークの道化師

The name translates as "Clown flakes"

5.10aSport
2 Komochi shishamo / 子持ちシシャモ

Whirlpool capelin

5.10aSport

1.1.9. Saikou Roof Hidari no Iwa 7 routes in Area

Summary:
All Sport
Description:©

Name Translates as "Best rock roof left"

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Godzilla / ゴジラ 5.10bSport
2 Mosura no Yōchū / モスラの幼虫

Larva of Mothra

5.10dSport
3 Minomushi / みの虫

Basket Worm

5.8Sport
4 Saikou Roof Kengaku Route / 最高ルーフ見学ルート

Name Translates as "Highest roof tour route"

5.10aSport
5 * Shiraito / 白糸

Name translates as Fine noodles

5.10cSport
6 ** Nadeshi / ナデシ 5.11aSport
7 * Sanka Monogatari / 山窩物語

Sanka story

5.10dSport

1.1.10. Mori no Naka no Boulder 7 routes in Area

Summary:
All Boulder

Long/Lat: 138.637761, 35.908106

Description:©

Translates as "Boulder in the forest”

1.1.10.1. Kujira Iwa 4 routes in Boulder
Summary:
Description:©

Translates as "Whale rock”

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 ** Ana Shine / 穴社員

Translates as "Hole employees"

V3Boulder
2 *** Eihab Senchou / エイハブ船長

Translates as "Captain Ahab" (reference to the Moby-Dick novel)

V5Boulder
3 Fin / フィン

The Japanese Grade is: 6Kyuu (6級)

V1Boulder
4 Crack / クラック

The Japanese Grade is: 5Kyuu (5級)

V2Boulder
1.1.10.2. Speyer 1 route in Boulder
Summary:
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Slab (6Kyuu) / スラブ 6級

Japanese Grade: 6Kyuu (6級)

V1Boulder
1.1.10.3. Donkey 1 route in Boulder
Summary:
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Midori no Te (SD) / 緑の手

SD: Sit Down start route Translates as "Green hand"

V4Boulder
1.1.10.4. Triton 1 route in Boulder
Summary:
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 5 Kyuu / 5級

Japanese Grade: 5 Kyuu (5級)

V2Boulder

1.1.11. Campsite Boulder 8 routes in Area

Summary:
All Boulder

Long/Lat: 138.639319, 35.909546

1.1.11.1. A 1 route in Boulder
Summary:

Long/Lat: 138.640029, 35.908837

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Dyke Traverse / ダイク・トラヴァース

Japanese Grade: 8Kyuu (8級)

V0Boulder
1.1.11.2. B 3 routes in Boulder
Summary:

Long/Lat: 138.639687, 35.909259

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 10 Kyuu / 10級

Japanese Grade: 10Kyuu (10級)

VBBoulder
2 5 Kyuu / 5級

Japanese Grade: 5Kyuu 5級

V2Boulder
3 9 Kyuu / 9級

Japanese Grade: 9Kyuu (9級)

VBoulder
1.1.11.3. D Boulder 4 routes in Boulder
Summary:
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Kante Hidari / カンテ左

Japanese Grade: 8Kyuu (8級) Name translates as: Left Arete

V0Boulder
2 Kante Hidari SD / カンテ左 SD

Japanese Grade (3級) Sit Down Start

V2Boulder
3 Kante Migi / カンテ右

Japanese Grade: 9Kyuu (9級) Name translates as: Right Arete

VBoulder
4 Traverse (2Kyuu) / トラヴァース

Japanese Grade (2級)

V3Boulder

1.1.12. Saikō Roof no Iwa 0 routes in Area

Description:©

最高ルーフの岩

1.2. Kinpō to tani 33 routes in Area

Summary:
Mostly Trad

Long/Lat: 138.631301, 35.911366

1.2.1. Lost World 5 routes in Area

Summary:
All Trad
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 ** Rolling Stone / ローリングストーン 5.12cMixed 1
2 Groovy Groove / グルーヴィー・グルーヴ 5.11bMixed 4
3 Tazan III / タジヤン III 5.10aMixed 2
4 Funny Face / ファニー・フェイス 5.11bMixed 6
5 * Zuino / ズイノ 5.11bMixed 4

1.2.2. Genki ga Deru Slab 2 routes in Area

Summary:
Trad and Sport
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Roll Cake / ロールケーキ 5.9Mixed 4
2 Water chute / ウォーターシュート 5.11aSport

1.2.3. Sendō Iwa 4 routes in Area

Summary:
Trad and Sport
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Shunkashūtō / しゅんかしゅうとう 5.10aTrad
2 Shiki / 四季

Name translates as "Four Seasons".

5.7Trad
3 Hidari Ue Crack / 左上クラック

The name translates as "Left-upper Crack"

5.11aTrad
4 Green Pepper / グリーン・ペッパー 5.11cSport

1.2.4. Hakoya Iwa 15 routes in Area

Summary:
All Trad

Long/Lat: 138.628564, 35.909898

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Inabikari / 稲光

The name translates as "Lightning"稲光

5.9Trad
2 Kirisame 5.10bMixed 5
3 ** Natsu Kaze / 夏風 5.9Trad 20m
4 Last Train / ラスト・トレイン 5.11aMixed 6
5 Tempation 5.10aTrad
6 Miyakoochi / 都落ち

Name Translates as "Leaving the capital"

5.10aTrad
7 Someday / サムデイ 5.10dTrad
8 ** Fuyu no Izanai / 冬のいざない

*NP

5.10cTrad 70m
9 Shinrin Yoku / 森林浴

The name Translates as "Forest bathing"

5.8Trad
10 Eien no Taiga / 永遠の大河 5.10dTrad
11 Green Flash 5.11Trad
12 * Kani Modoki / かにもどき

anyway traverse it

5.8Trad 50m
13 Yamato Nadeshiko / 大和なでしこ 5.8Trad
14 Aman Jyaku / 天の邪気

Name translates as "Evil spirits of heaven"

5.10bMixed 2
15 ** Fuyu No Izanai / 冬のいざない 5.10cTrad

1.2.5. Karasawa no Taki Migi Kabe 5 routes in Area

Summary:
All Trad
1.2.5.1. Hoshi no Tō 2 routes in Area
Summary:
Description:©

The Name translates as "Tower of Stars"

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * Teheran Hokui 36 Do / テヘラン北緯36度

Name translates as "Tehran north latitude 36 degrees"

5.12bMixed 2
2 Hoshi no Hito / 星の人

Name translates as "People of Stars"

5.11bTrad
1.2.5.2. Taiyō no Tō 3 routes in Area
Summary:
Description:©

The name translates as "Tower of the Sun"

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * Puzzle

パズル

5.12cMixed 2
2 Kenken no Miminari

ケンケンの耳鳴り

The name translates as "Ringing in the ears of Ken Ken"

5.12cMixed 2
3 Natsu nohee / 夏の日

夏の日

5.12bMixed 2

1.2.6. Bird Watching 2 routes in Sector

Summary:
All Trad
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * Ohruri

*NP

5.9Trad 15m
2 ** Kibitaki

*NP

5.10cTrad 15m

1.2.7. TorideIwa Zeneiheki 0 routes in Sector

1.2.8. TorideIwa 0 routes in Sector

1.3. Hachimansawa Shuuhen 16 routes in Area

Summary:
Sport, Trad and Boulder

Long/Lat: 138.634458, 35.905296

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 ** Dai Nihon Kokumin Route

*NP

5.10aTrad 80m
2 ** Sayonara Momoe chan

*NP

5.9Trad 50m

1.3.1. Hachimansawa Hidari Iwa Slab 4 routes in Sector

Summary:
Sport and Trad
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 *** German suplex / ジャーマンスープレックス

enjoy granite slab.

5.10cSport 20m, 4
2 ** Black & White / ブラック&ホワイト

Ogawayama classic

5.10bSport 20m, 3
3 Haru no Modori Yuki / 春のもどり雪

Name translates as "The return of spring snow”

5.7Mixed 5
4 * Tom tou Ishou / トムといっしょ

Translates as "Together with Tom"

5.10aSport

1.3.2. Maga Slab 7 routes in Sector

Summary:
All Sport
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 *** Suiyoubi no Cinderella 5.11aSport 30m
2 Ogawayama Short Story 5.9Sport
3 Ultra 7 5.7Sport
4 Kawaii Onna 5.10cSport 20m
5 ** A Prayer for Owen Meany 5.10cSport
6 ** Takai Mado 5.10bSport 20m
7 * Derorinman 5.11dSport 2

1.3.3. Victor 3 routes in Boulder

Summary:
All Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 ** Mikazuki Hang

1Q

V6Boulder
2 ** Subway

3Q

V4Boulder
3 * Concave

3Q

V4Boulder

1.4. Nishimatazawa Taigan 18 routes in Area

Summary:
Mostly Sport

Long/Lat: 138.644136, 35.903795

1.4.1. Mara Iwa ・ Imouto Iwa 15 routes in Sector

Summary:
Sport and Trad
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 *** Casablanca / カサブランカ

*NP

5.10aTrad 25m
2 * Kaettekita Kaitaku Oo / Return of the New Route King 5.11cSport 20m
3 ** Kawakami Kouta / 川上小唄 / Kawakami's Song

The line of weaknesses on the right of the back face of Mara Iwa leaves you in a lovely position. Finish "à cheval" for maximum effect. Start just right of a corner. Pull steeply onto a ledge, move right and step up onto the slab. Move left to a flake and climb this till it ends. Finish direct.

5.8Sport 15m
4 Santao XXX

The flake and slab left of Kawakami Kouta. Quite runout! Climb Kawakami Kouta to the third bolt, then make a long, rising, leftward traverse to the top flake on Black Hole. Up this to a lower-off. Can also be started from a shallow flake behind the tree left of the start of Kawakami Kouta (10a and only one rusty old home-made bolt).

5.8Sport 15m
5 * Black Hole

A very intricate face climb. Start down low, left of a corner. Hard moves out of the hole lead to an easy but unprotected slab finish.

5.12bSport 20m
6 * Irregular

The face left again on spaced staples. Good moves, but it's hard to stay cool. The first bolt is usually clipped by leaning in off the boulder. Start down between the boulder and face. Climb steeply up on sharp holds to the easier top slab, almost joining Regular at one point. Continue to a choice of lower-offs.

5.10dSport 20m
7 ** Regular / レグラー

The next line to the left is much easier than it looks and very popular. Top to bottom, dot to dot. Lower off. A parallel line to the left was bolted and climbed several years ago. The bolts then disappeared for a few years, but were back in May 2007. 10c if you fancy.

5.10bSport 25m
8 ** Blues Power

The left arete of the back face of Mara Iwa. Superb. Take a Friend 2. Start on the boulder overlooking Keyhead etc. Step out left above the void and climb up left of the arete to a stiff pull back to the right. Continue in a sensational position to a lower-off at the top.

5.11cSport 15m
9 Juggernaut

A line to the left of Blues Power. Somewhat artificial and overshadowed by its neighbours, but still good. Start as for Blues Power. Step out left, then climb direct to a crack (you have to stay on the left of the arete) (apparently). Up this to a lower-off.

5.12aSport 25m
10 ** Rocky Road

The right facing groove high and right on Mara Iwa. Start as for Blues Power. Make a scary traverse left into space, then climb up and pull into the groove (crux). Climb this in a superb position, then swing left at its top and move up and left to a flake/corner. Step up then pull out right and climb direct to the top and a choice of lower-off.

5.12aSport 25m
11 ** Cassiopeia Kidou / カシオピア軌道 5.10bSport
12 ** Jack to Mame No Ki / ジャックと豆の木 5.10cSport
13 *** Silk Road / シルクロード 5.12bSport
14 * Holiday

ホリデー

5.9Mixed 1
15 ** Mood wa ii-sen / ムードはいい線 5.9Trad

1.4.2. RiverSide 0 routes in Sector

1.4.3. Aniiwa 0 routes in Sector

Description:©

The low white slab and golden buttresses directly across the river from the lodge. An excellent and popular venue. The lower slab, in particular, gets very crowded.

Approach:©

Wander down to the river from the lodge and look for a cairn that marks the start of a path on the opposite bank. Cross the river wherever possible and follow the path a short way into the woods. Where it steepens, drop down left for the lower slab, or follow the path up and right for the upper walls.

1.4.4. Chichi Iwa 3 routes in Area

Summary:
All Sport
Description:©

The twin slabs, the left one squat and light, the right one slender and dark, high on the hill just across the river from the lodge offer excellent slab-climbing, but can be top-rope hell.

Approach:©

Wander down to the river from the lodge and look for a cairn that marks the start of a path on the opposite bank. Cross the river wherever possible and follow the path, skirting Ani Iwa on its right. From the back of Ani Iwa, follow a path across to Mamako Iwa. You can also reach this point from Otouto Iwa. The path continues straight up the hill to the foot of the lefthand slab.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 *** Ogawayama Story / 小川山物語

Fantastic route - straight up the white streak on the narrow slab.

5.9Sport 30m, 5
2 ** Ogawayama Street / 小川山ストリート

Another excellent route tot eh right of Ogawayama Story. Start a bit up and right of OS and straight up. The last bolts are a bit spaced, and crux at the top...

5.9Sport 26m, 5
3 Ku wa kuraimā no ku / クはクライマーのク

クはクライマーのク

5.10cSport 22m

1.5. Karesawa_涸沢 40 routes in Area

Summary:
Mostly Sport

Long/Lat: 138.627643, 35.901077

1.5.1. Gamma Slabs 5 routes in Crag

Summary:
All Sport
Unique Features And Strengths:©

Lots of easy slabby goodness

Description:©

The pile of slabby faces just past the big rockfall on the right of the Kimpu-san Highway. There are one or two gems to be found, especially higher up the hillside. Almost all the routes are on excellent rock.

Approach:©

Continue up the Kimpu-san Highway from Sagan Slab. About 20m after the big rockfall on the right (Nightnurse RIP), a cairn marks a small path leading up in 50m to the base of a broad, low-angled slab, which offers a choice of first pitches for Gamma Route. This path then skirts the slab on the left and leads up to the slab containing Gamma Route pitch 2. The path from the second cairn leads directly to the left edge of the lower slab.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 ** Keroyon

An excellent route for the grade. Keroyon is the name of a cartoon frog. Start a short way up the gully to the right of the toe of the slab. Pull steeply left onto the slab, smear up then step right and climb direct parallel to Gamma Route on marvellous holds to a lower-off. The distance between the second and third bolts is quite far, but the climbing is very easy.

5.7Sport 25m
2 * Braveheart

More pleasant slab climbing, re-routed by the Bolt Police. Start just right of the flake of Gamma Pitch 2. Climb direct to its dike. Pull up the scoop as for Gamma, but pull out left below the belay onto a slab. Follow the bolted line direct to a good ledge with a lower-off. You can just get down on a 50m rope.

5.9Sport 27m
3 * Heart & Soul

Tasty slabbing with a spicy crux. Climb the flake as for Gamma Route pitch 2. From the dike climb direct by thin moves to a sloping mantel (using the white line of holds on the left makes it 10a; the pegs up and left take you off-route). From here, it is best to step right and finish up Braveheart (the line of bolts - this is 26m and you can just get down on a 50m rope), but it is also possible to continue right to the chains on Gamma Route at the top of pitch 2 or to keep going boldly but pleasantly in a direct line up the slab, veering left to the lower-off on KC's Banana Cake or right to that of Braveheart.

5.10bSport 27m
4 * KC's Banana Cake

A disjointed but fun slab route with a tricky finish. Start at a small slab down and left of the main slab. Climb the centre of this to a gully on the right. Stride across between the trees and climb the continuation line up the next slab to another ledge. Finish up the short steep face above (crux). If you're using a 50m rope, ab or lower off as far as possible to the right (facing in), then scramble carefully down trees and choss for the last few metres (you can just about ab to the first bolt to clean the route then swing right to easy ground).

5.10aSport 30m
5 Monban no Musume

A just worthwhile slab route taking a slanting line up the left edge of the lefthand slab. Pull onto the slab at twin bolts, then step left and follow the left edge of the slab to a faint overlap. Make tricky moves through this to better holds, then step up to a lower-off.

5.9Sport 13m

1.5.2. Gamma Lower Slab 9 routes in Sector

Summary:
Mostly Sport
Description:©

The first big slab you come to. The LHS has 4 or 5 easy lines, pick any one of these as the first pitch of the Gamma Route. Further right, the base of the slab drops away and this expanse of slab was extensively developed in 2010. I think the routes are awaiting a final wash and brush-up, but they are climbable in their current state and all finish at decent anchors. They are described from left to right, starting down and right from the white flake. (The old topos record a line at 5.10b up the slab between NewGam1 and NewGam 2, climbed without touching any of the big pockets.)

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 ** Gamma Route

An enjoyable long outing, somewhat spoilt by the walks. The bolts have almost all been replaced, but you'll still need a light rack and a lot of slings. The flake on Pitch 5 takes a bomber Friend 4.

  1. 5.7~ Pick a line up the slab. The first four or five lines from the left (up to and including the line that pulls up a neat white flake) are 5.6 - 5.8. Whichever pitch you choose to take, from the top-left of the slab, follow a path left to the start of the second pitch - a neat slim flake starting from the toe of the main slab.

  2. 5.9 Layback the flake to the bolt at its end and traverse right along a dike. Smear up a white scoop to gain better holds and a ledge with two old trees and two spanking new chains.

  3. 5.8 Climb the easy slab behind the belay to a steep corner, passing possible belays on the right and left. Climb the corner, then belay at a tree in a gully.

  4. Scramble right up the gully then left across easy slabs to a wooded slope. This is very easy, but beginners may require a rope. Walk about 20m diagonally left to the base of pitch 5. (Note: Pitch 5 starts up a juggy slab left of a gully and heads to an obvious curving flake in a slab up and left. If you're standing below a scruffy wall heading into treed slabs, and the first runner is a peg, possibly with red tape on it, you're too far up and right.)

  5. 5.9 Climb the easy slab for 10m to a steep section by a small tree. Pull up onto the next slab using a superb pocket, then continue to the big flake. Pull over this (crux) onto the top slab and continue to a big terrace. It is possible to make a 5.7 detour up the gully and crack to the right and to split the pitch at trees in the gully.

  6. Make a scary step into the bottom of the bottomless gully (yes, I know) behind the belay then head up the gully to a good viewpoint on the ridge. Rope up as required.

  7. 5.4 Meander up the sleeping slabs to the top - a great spot for a picnic. Rope up as required. Watch you don't drop any gear into the deep cracks.

To descend, ab off down the back (i.e. down the impressive face of the top pitch of Kaze to Tomo ni Sarinu). If you have two ropes, you can get down in one ab, but tie a knot in the rope and head left (facing in). A short scramble leads down to the path below Magga Slab. If you have one rope, ab to the anchor on the lower ledge below the steep face (the second anchor down - this is the top of Pitch 2 of Kaze to Tomo ni Sarinu) and ab again from here. Both abs are almost, but not quite, 25m.

5.9Trad 120m
2 * New Gamma 1

Pleasant slab climbing, the cleanest of the new bunch. Start directly below two big pockets, one above the other. Climb the scruffy lower slab past a poor peg to a flake and follow this to a lovely jug at a long horizontal ledge/break. Pull up to the pockets and continue pleasantly to finish direct up the easier angled top slab. You can also start by traversing the break right from the white flake.

5.8Sport 23m
3 * New Gamma 2

More pleasant slab climbing, this time with a stiff crux. Start directly below the huge pocket about 3m right of NewGam 1. Climb to the pocket and make a hard sequence to escape this. Finish direct up the easier angled top slab.

5.10aSport 22m
4 * New Gamma 3

Yet more pleasant slab climbing, but still a bit dirty up top. Start just left of the vegetated right edge of the slab below a shallow corner. After a steep pull, climb easily to the corner and continue to a small tree in a horizontal break. Make a tricky pull onto the top slab, then climb quite scarily up the scruffy slab to a lower-off. 60m rope required.

5.9Sport 28m
5 * New Gamma 4

And more of the same, also a bit dirty up top. Pull over a bulge right of NewGam 3 (or traverse in from higher up the slope on the right) and then climb direct past the break to a lower off. 60m rope required.

5.9Sport 27m
6 * New Gamma 5

NewGam 4's twin. Pull onto the slab right of NewGam 4 (left of a ring bolt) and then climb direct past the break to a lower off. 60m rope required.

5.8Sport 27m
7 * New Gamma 6

The start is hard and technical and needs a thorough clean. Start round to the right of the vegetated right edge of the main slab below a big flake. Scramble leftwards up 5m of dirt to a bolt left of the flake. Clip and make an interesting but dirty and hard sequence to a foothold on the left. Step left and clip, and then move back right and pull onto the top slab. Finish direct, but take care not to disturb a rather delicate pancake of rock just below the lower-off.

5.11aSport 28m
8 * New Gamma 7

A steep, juggy start is followed by a solid but scruffy slab. Start as for NewGam 6, but climb real rock to the big flake. Pull up onto the flake, then pull right into a recess. Continue up and slightly left to gain the top slab. Finish pleasantly enough up this. It is possible to head left from the flake to join NewGam 6 for the top slab

5.9Sport 24m
9 New Gamma 8

A steep climb with some good moves on suspect rock. Start about 6m right of NewGam 5. Pull steeply up just right of an alarmingly perched block to a good undercut. A difficult reach from this gains a boss and an easing in angle. Lower-off.

5.10bSport 23m

1.5.3. Gamma Face 3 routes in Sector

Summary:
Sport and Trad
Description:©

The steep face above and right of Gamma Slab

Approach:©

Either climb a pitch up the slab or follow the path round to its left, then back right across the top of the slab (in which case be very careful not to kick anything down). The routes start on the short slab capped by a steep wall and bounded on the right by a corner.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 ** Step into the Future

Perhaps that should be A Step into the Future. Whatever - a cracking face climb with buckets of exposure. The bolts have been renewed and repositioned, for the better, it has to be said.

Climb the lefthand line up the lower slab to the foot of the steep arete. Power up the arete on its right to an obvious traverse right. From the end of this, finish direct at a lower-off, or continue up the short slab to a tree.

5.11cSport
2 * Back to the Future

A former top-rope problem to the right. Take a Friend 0.5.

Climb direct to join Step of Future at the end of the traverse.

5.12bSport 15m
3 ** Gamma Crack

A good steep crack pitch in a fine position, but the crack itself is sandy after rain. Take a set of Friends.

Climb the righthand line up the lower slab or the broken corner to a terrace on the right - possible belay. Follow the crack on good holds and gear to a lower-off.

5.10aTrad 15m

1.5.4. Gamma Upper 15 routes in Sector

Summary:
Sport and Trad
Description:©

This is basically the big slab and capping tower across to the left of the upper pitches of Gamma Route. And there's some good stuff up here.

Approach:©

Approach as for Zoku Ojisan Iwa, but continue straight up the slope till you hit rock. There is actually more than one path, and where you hit rock depends on which branch you're on. At the left hand end is Magga Slab; in the centre is the impressive roof of Rebecca e no Kagi. To the right are the broken buttresses of Cassandra and Kappa (and eventually the path from the top of Gamma Route pitch 3). The routes are described from right to left.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 ** Cassandra

A much underrated route. Perhaps people are put off by the appearance of the first pitch. Don't be - the second is a beaut. Take a rack.

  1. 5.9 Climb a series of broken cracks and grooves up the centre of the first substantial face to belay on a sumptuous ledge below an arching thin crack.

  2. 5.10d Pull into the thin crack by tricky, thin moves. Follow the crack up and left to a bolt. Pull over and trip tidily up the receding slab to belay.

To descend, ab the route.

5.10dTrad 40m
2 Kappa

The flake crack round to the left of Cassandra and just right of a grotty corner. Rack up, ditch the tinies and go heavy on the bigs.

Follow the slightly slanting handcrack all the way to a tree on the left. Holds on the left keep the climbing pleasant rather than thrutchy.

Ab off.

The crack to the right is a crumbly 5.10a with an appalling anchor.

5.8Trad 18m
3 Rebeccah e no Kagi

A good steep line but the rock's less than perfect. There seems to be a lower-off on the lip - or is it just a back-up for a crap bolt? Perish the thought.

Start in the cave round to the left of Kappa. Follow the bolted line through the roof till the angle comes to its senses. Continue more easily to a lower-off. Check you've got enough rope to get down.

5.12bSport 30m
4 ** Suiyobi no Sinderella

A superb pitch. Take a Friend 2 for the start.

Start just left of where the overhang gets serious, below and left of a groove. Climb any way you like to the first bolt. Go up, then right into a scoop, then make a steep and reachy pull (crux) to where the angle relents. Climb a short crack then move up and right to a lower-off.

It is possible to ab direct to the ground with a 50m rope. It is possible to lower off direct to the ground with a 60m rope. Either way, it's best if someone follows to get the gear.

5.11aSport 35m
5 Granola

To the left, the rock sticks out slightly, but at an easier angle. This has been christened Magga Slab, and the name appears to be sticking.

The crusty right edge of the slab, where it's almost a face in parts. Take the route name into account! Slabby moves on crumbly jugs lead up to and over a bulge to a lower-off. That crunching sound is your footholds disintegrating. (Debolted in the public interest in summer, 2000 - though the lower-off and top bolt remain.)

5.10bSport 20m
6 Ogawayama Short Story

A poor route with no obvious line.

Tricky starting moves up a short, slabby rib behind a suffering tree lead to easier climbing, then one steepish move to a lower-off.

5.9Sport 15m
7 * Ultra 7

The obvious line of weaknesses left again is a touch more fun.

After a stiff starting pull, saunter up the slab on good holds to below a slanting bulge. Pull right over this then go left and up to a lower-off.

5.7Sport 15m
8 ** Kawaii Onna / Pretty Woman

Very good! Start at a dike where the slab takes a step up.

Climb the dike and slab easily to the first bolt. Move left using a thin break, stand up in it and go right to a left-leaning corner. Stretch right out of this to a good finger edge and use this to gain a jug further right. Cut loose, heave up and then climb easily to a terrace and single bolt in someone's shrubbery. Belay on the best tree you can find or step right to the lower-off of Ultra Seven. A 5.11a variation takes you direct from bolt one to bolt two.

5.8Sport 18m
9 * A Prayer for owen

A neat and varied pitch, but a little lacking.

Start just left of Kawaii Onna. Climb straight up the slab on spaced bolts to below the crumbly right edge of an overhang. Make a weird move to get established on the lip, then a full-body smear up the runnel above to easy ground and a choice between a lower-off on the left and a tree over the back.

5.10cSport
10 Takai Mado

An easy slab leads to a steep, hard finish.

Climb the slab just left of Owen no Tame ni Inori wo till it ends at a short steep tower. A couple of exciting moves up this lead to a lower-off below the central terrace (or you could pull over to the right and do Playback).

5.10bSport 21m
11 Hourouheki / Wanderlust

The section of slab to the left is short and finishes at an obvious terrace.

A short slab with little going on.

Follow the line of RCC bolts (well, there are 2, and most people climb about a metre right of them, which is where the holds are) to the right edge of the terrace. Lower off a disturbingly slender tree or look for something more substantial to the left.

5.10bSport 8m
12 * Derorinman

Short, but very tiring on the fingers.

Start a couple of metres up and left of Hourouheki. Climb to the second bolt by fingery pulls and dodgy smears. Easier moves lead to the terrace. It's standard cowardice practice to pre-clip the first bolt from the jug 3m up Song of Pine.

5.11dSport 11m
13 Song of Pine

The one-bolt wonder in the centre of the slab.

Follow the obvious line to the terrace - there are good holds where it matters.

5.8Sport 10m
14 Ana ga Attara, Detai

The next line along - the holds stand out.

Make hard moves to get established on the slab, then climb directly and more easily to the terrace. Holds on Song of Pine are out of bounds.

5.10aSport 10m
15 ** Kaze to Tomo ni Sarinu / Gone with the Wind

An excellent 4-pitch route. Also well worth it if you do Koinuma-Yonekura Crack as pitch 4. Take a variety of Friends for the double cracks on the first pitch.

  1. 5.10c Start where the slab starts to blend left and up into the hillside. Climb the slab to an arete. Hard moves up this lead to a sloping ledge on the right. Swing left to the base of twin cracks and climb these to belay at a tree.

  2. 5.10a Step left, surmount a small overhang, then climb the slab above to a good ledge and belay.

  3. 5.9 Climb the very short slab behind the belay to a big ledge below the final tower.

  4. 5.11b Climb the centre of the face on the left to finish on the top of this particular part of the world.

A superb pitch! If you ever see this from below, you'll want to do it.

Descend by abseiling 50m down the back left face to where the gully becomes walkable then stumble back down to the start of the route. You can split the ab at one of the route's belays if necessary.

5.11bTrad 70m

1.5.5. Phoenix Iwa 8 routes in Cliff

Summary:
All Sport
Description:©

The rock 2km up the Kimpu San Highway.

Approach:©

Keep walking up past the Gamma Slabs until you get to a clearing with an obviuos tower of rock - this is the Phoenix.

History:

In early 2001, somebody whacked a load of new bolts in - they're either painted brown or pre-rusted, not sure which, which made this a decent spot to bring beginners. These new routes were never reported and are listed below as New 1 - 5. With the ridiculous state of the lower-offs for Phoenix and at the top of the crag, there must be more bolts on this rock than on the rest of Ogawayama combined. Routes are described from left to right, down to up.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Unknown

The steep face left of Phoenix.

Climb the face on small holds with short-term help from a decent undercut flake, then head up and right to a lower-off.

5.12bSport 9m
2 * Phoenix

The steep crack on the left side of the crag. A long-standing top-rope problem, now bolted, kind of.

Follow the crack to a lower-off. Crux midway.

5.11bSport 9m
3 * New Phoenix 1

The slabby rib right of Phoenix, gained from the left. A decent route.

Swing out right from Phoenix to a steep pull onto the slab. Follow this just right of the edge to a lower-off.

5.8Sport 11m
4 * New Phoenix 2

The central groove.

Climb the groove with a detour round the huge dead tree. Finish at the lower-off of Phoenix, or continue to the lower-off of New 3 or climb the continuation corner (New 5).

5.7Sport 13m
5 * New Phoenix 3

The centre of the slab right of the groove. The best of the new bunch - unfortunately only the first bolt has its hanger.

Start at a short crack under a bulge. Climb the crack, then pull out right at a shrub. Swing out left immediately (well, you can hang about a bit if you want) using a good flake, then follow the slab to a lower-off on a small ledge on the right.

5.8Sport 13m
6 New Phoenix 4

The right rib.

Gain the rib however you like and follow it to the lower-off of New 3.

5.7Sport 11m
7 ** New Phoenix 5

The corner to the top.

Gain the corner however you like (ie climb New 1-3) and follow it to a lower-off just below the top. Be sure to top out and check out the state of the anchors on top. Then use them.

5.9Sport 14m
8 ** Kurama Tengu

Tengu is a red-faced goblin with a long nose, and Kurama isn't. A good steep finish to Phoenix.

Start from the top of Phoenix. Follow good holds leading right and up to a corner, then pull airily through the bulges on the right.

5.11bSport 15m

1.6. Yane Iwa 27 routes in Area

Summary:
Sport and Trad

Long/Lat: 138.637189, 35.915514

1.6.1. Yane Iwa Sanpou 1 route in Crag

Summary:
All Trad

Long/Lat: 138.637361, 35.916248

Unique Features And Strengths:©

More Ogawayama granite

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * J.M.C.C. Route

The shallow corner right of Tranquiliser has a nasty start. Pull out left from the corner to a big crumbly flake, then climb direct on big holds to a steeper section. Pull out right to a vague ledge, then go up and left to a bolt belay (as for Doushikai Route). The direct finish from the steeper section is 5.10c. Ab/lower off (60m rope required to get down in one).

5.9Trad 28m

1.6.2. Yane Iwa P2 25 routes in Crag

Summary:
Sport and Trad

Long/Lat: 138.638040, 35.914316

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 *** Jet Stream / ジェットストリーム

Slab Traverse

5.10bSport
2 Yousorou / ヨーソロー 5.11aSport
3 Gypsy / ジプシー

Slab Route located above Jet Stream

5.9Sport
4 Mizusumashi / 水すまし 5.8Sport
5 Tentoumushi / てんとうむし 5.11dSport
6 Katatsumuri / かたつむり

Mixture of crack and face climbing.

The start of the climb is protected with 4 bolts, the remainder of climb is NP (F#3, R1, F#2.5)

5.12cSport
7 ** Chitty Chitty Bang Bang / ちきちき・ばんばん

The bolts might look in the wrong place, but once you have a good look at the route and rock around, you will notice that they are about right.

5.11bSport
8 ** Kabutomushi / かぶとむし

Beautiful arete climb

5.12aSport
9 ** Koganemushi / こがねむし 5.12aSport
10 Prism / プリズム 5.10cSport
11 Abracadabura / アブラカだブラ 5.11aSport
12 Aurora No.2 / オーロラ Ⅱ号 5.10dSport 30m
13 Curry Syndrome / カレーシンドローム 5.10dSport 30m
14 ** Dark Crystal / ダーク・クリスタル 5.9Sport
15 *** Selection #2-peak
  1. Hand (5.8)

  2. Slab (5.8)

  3. Wide (5.7)

  4. Wide-Slab (5.6)

  5. Slab (5.8)

  6. Hand (5.8)

*NP

5.8Trad 100m
16 *** Kumo no ito / 蜘蛛の糸

Classic Finger Crack. The lines runs straight down the center of the main wall.

The name of the climb means "Spider silk".

5.11bTrad 23m
17 Chawan Mushi / ちゃわんむし 5.11aSport
18 Aburamushi / アブラムシ 5.12aSport
19 * Kogure dai Saakasu / コグレ大サーカス 5.10cSport
20 * Kareki wo Otoshita Yo! / 枯れ木を落としたよ!

Route Name means "I dropped a dead tree!"

5.11aTrad
21 * Otegara Bruce-San 5.12cSport
22 * Kumo no Jinjuurou / 蜘蛛の神十郎

Route name means " Team of Spiders"

5.12cSport
23 ** Nanryu Kanagawa Route

Starts on the obvious slab/corner on the left as you get to Yane Sanpou.

  1. First pitch (5.6) goes up the slab next to the corner past a tree to a decent tree & ledge. (Original guidebook shows this as 2 pitches but its easy to do in 1.

  2. Next pitch (5.7) continues up and left along a line of cracks and flakes to another tree and small ledge belay (2 bolts).

  3. 3rd pitch (5.8) goes straight up the squeeze chimney above for the crux of the route - good bolt below the chimney, not protectable inside it. Wear long pants... Continue up to belay on big ledge with tree belay.

  4. Pitch 4 (5.5) - walk back up broken ground to a crack up and right. Climb this to the top and belay over the back

5.8Trad 150m
24 ** South Ledge - Lemon #3-peak
  1. Face

  2. Face-Slab

  3. OW

  4. Face-III

*NP

5.8Trad 100m
25 *** Nanryou Remon Route - South Ridge Lemon Route

Another good long stroll, this one being more even than Nanryou Kanagawa Route and featuring a cracking third pitch. The traverse on Pitch 2 can also be intimidating. Take a rack.

  1. 5.6 As for Nanryou Kanagawa Route - climb the corner - mainly on the slab - on slightly dodgy rock to belay at a tree on a good ledge. If possible, belay out of the corner (a party of two can use the shiny new bolts on top of the pinnacle on the right).

  2. 5.7 From behind the belay, follow a traverse line right to a big flake. Undercling left, then climb the continuation crack and slab to a bolt belay on a good ledge.

  3. 5.8 Step left from the belay and climb the slab to a prominent crack. Up this to another good ledge. The tricky lower section of this pitch can be avoided on the right. But you'll be knocking a star off the route

  4. 5.6 Continue more easily up the slab to the spacious terrace.

  5. 5.5 Wander back and right and pick a line up the easy slabs to the top.

5.8Trad 150m

1.6.3. Yane Iwa Yonpou 1 route in Crag

Summary:
All Sport

Long/Lat: 138.634448, 35.916953

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * Fung Korogashi

Name Translates as: "Rolling Dung"

5.11dSport

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style Area
VB 10 Kyuu Boulder 1.1.11.2. B
V 9 Kyuu Boulder 1.1.11.2. B
Kante Migi Boulder 1.1.11.3. D Boulder
5.7 Dai Hinmin Route Trad 1.1.5. O Tonosama iwa
Hōdai Chimney Trad 1.1.7. Raigan
Shiki Trad 1.2.3. Sendō Iwa
Haru no Modori Yuki Mixed 5 1.3.1. Hachimansawa Hidari Iwa Slab
Ultra 7 Sport 1.3.2. Maga Slab
** Keroyon Sport 25m 1.5.1. Gamma Slabs
* Ultra 7 Sport 15m 1.5.4. Gamma Upper
* New Phoenix 2 Sport 13m 1.5.5. Phoenix Iwa
New Phoenix 4 Sport 11m 1.5.5. Phoenix Iwa
5.8 Big Flake Trad 1.1.6. Amida Iwa
Minomushi Sport 1.1.9. Saikou Roof Hidari no Iwa
* Kani Modoki Trad 50m 1.2.4. Hakoya Iwa
Shinrin Yoku Trad 1.2.4. Hakoya Iwa
Yamato Nadeshiko Trad 1.2.4. Hakoya Iwa
** Kawakami Kouta Sport 15m 1.4.1. Mara Iwa ・ Imouto Iwa
Santao XXX Sport 15m 1.4.1. Mara Iwa ・ Imouto Iwa
* New Gamma 1 Sport 23m 1.5.2. Gamma Lower Slab
* New Gamma 5 Sport 27m 1.5.2. Gamma Lower Slab
Kappa Trad 18m 1.5.4. Gamma Upper
** Kawaii Onna Sport 18m 1.5.4. Gamma Upper
Song of Pine Sport 10m 1.5.4. Gamma Upper
* New Phoenix 1 Sport 11m 1.5.5. Phoenix Iwa
* New Phoenix 3 Sport 13m 1.5.5. Phoenix Iwa
Mizusumashi Sport 1.6.2. Yane Iwa P2
*** Nanryou Remon Route - South Ridge Lemon Route Trad 150m 1.6.2. Yane Iwa P2
** Nanryu Kanagawa Route Trad 150m 1.6.2. Yane Iwa P2
*** Selection #2-peak Trad 100m 1.6.2. Yane Iwa P2
** South Ledge - Lemon #3-peak Trad 100m 1.6.2. Yane Iwa P2
V0 Dyke Traverse Boulder 1.1.11.1. A
Kante Hidari Boulder 1.1.11.3. D Boulder
5.9 *** Ogawayama LayBack Trad 25m 1.1.3. Oyayubi Iwa
Raidō Crack Trad 1.1.7. Raigan
Roll Cake Mixed 4 1.2.2. Genki ga Deru Slab
Inabikari Trad 1.2.4. Hakoya Iwa
** Natsu Kaze Trad 20m 1.2.4. Hakoya Iwa
* Ohruri Trad 15m 1.2.6. Bird Watching
** Sayonara Momoe chan Trad 50m 1.3. Hachimansawa Shuuhen
Ogawayama Short Story Sport 1.3.2. Maga Slab
* Holiday Mixed 1 1.4.1. Mara Iwa ・ Imouto Iwa
** Mood wa ii-sen Trad 1.4.1. Mara Iwa ・ Imouto Iwa
*** Ogawayama Story Sport 30m, 5 1.4.4. Chichi Iwa
** Ogawayama Street Sport 26m, 5 1.4.4. Chichi Iwa
* Braveheart Sport 27m 1.5.1. Gamma Slabs
Monban no Musume Sport 13m 1.5.1. Gamma Slabs
** Gamma Route Trad 120m 1.5.2. Gamma Lower Slab
* New Gamma 3 Sport 28m 1.5.2. Gamma Lower Slab
* New Gamma 4 Sport 27m 1.5.2. Gamma Lower Slab
* New Gamma 7 Sport 24m 1.5.2. Gamma Lower Slab
Ogawayama Short Story Sport 15m 1.5.4. Gamma Upper
** New Phoenix 5 Sport 14m 1.5.5. Phoenix Iwa
* J.M.C.C. Route Trad 28m 1.6.1. Yane Iwa Sanpou
** Dark Crystal Sport 1.6.2. Yane Iwa P2
Gypsy Sport 1.6.2. Yane Iwa P2
5.10a * The Light Sport 17m 1.1.3. Oyayubi Iwa
New Kid Crack Trad 1.1.4.3. Ohimesama Iwa
Hino Ataru Basho Trad 1.1.5. O Tonosama iwa
Shigure Trad 1.1.5. O Tonosama iwa
** Yoki Senu Present Trad 1.1.5. O Tonosama iwa
Kinpusan wa kinpourai Mixed 1 1.1.7. Raigan
Flake no Doukeshi Sport 1.1.8. Komochi iwa
Komochi shishamo Sport 1.1.8. Komochi iwa
Saikou Roof Kengaku Route Sport 1.1.9. Saikou Roof Hidari no Iwa
Tazan III Mixed 2 1.2.1. Lost World
Shunkashūtō Trad 1.2.3. Sendō Iwa
Miyakoochi Trad 1.2.4. Hakoya Iwa
Tempation Trad 1.2.4. Hakoya Iwa
** Dai Nihon Kokumin Route Trad 80m 1.3. Hachimansawa Shuuhen
* Tom tou Ishou Sport 1.3.1. Hachimansawa Hidari Iwa Slab
*** Casablanca Trad 25m 1.4.1. Mara Iwa ・ Imouto Iwa
* KC's Banana Cake Sport 30m 1.5.1. Gamma Slabs
* New Gamma 2 Sport 22m 1.5.2. Gamma Lower Slab
** Gamma Crack Trad 15m 1.5.3. Gamma Face
Ana ga Attara, Detai Sport 10m 1.5.4. Gamma Upper
5.10b Macaroon I Sport 1.1.1. Te no Hira-Iwa
Omoide no Vista Sport 1.1.1. Te no Hira-Iwa
Fox Tunnel Sport 8 1.1.4.2. Kitsune Iwa
Kamii Route Trad 1.1.4.3. Ohimesama Iwa
Godzilla Sport 1.1.9. Saikou Roof Hidari no Iwa
Aman Jyaku Mixed 2 1.2.4. Hakoya Iwa
Kirisame Mixed 5 1.2.4. Hakoya Iwa
** Black & White Sport 20m, 3 1.3.1. Hachimansawa Hidari Iwa Slab
** Takai Mado Sport 20m 1.3.2. Maga Slab
** Cassiopeia Kidou Sport 1.4.1. Mara Iwa ・ Imouto Iwa
** Regular Sport 25m 1.4.1. Mara Iwa ・ Imouto Iwa
* Heart & Soul Sport 27m 1.5.1. Gamma Slabs
New Gamma 8 Sport 23m 1.5.2. Gamma Lower Slab
Granola Sport 20m 1.5.4. Gamma Upper
Hourouheki Sport 8m 1.5.4. Gamma Upper
Takai Mado Sport 21m 1.5.4. Gamma Upper
*** Jet Stream Sport 1.6.2. Yane Iwa P2
V1 Fin Boulder 1.1.10.1. Kujira Iwa
Slab (6Kyuu) Boulder 1.1.10.2. Speyer
5.10c Endless Summer Sport 1.1.1. Te no Hira-Iwa
Fighting Macaroon II Sport 1.1.1. Te no Hira-Iwa
* Go Gatsu no Yuki Sport 1.1.2. Ko Yubi Iwa
Surprise Ending Sport 1.1.2. Ko Yubi Iwa
Minami Ryou Inari Mixed 2 1.1.4.2. Kitsune Iwa
Nyan Dolly Sport 8 1.1.4.2. Kitsune Iwa
Ōatari Traverse Mixed 4 1.1.6. Amida Iwa
Shirakomaike wa Shiro no Ike Sport 9 1.1.7. Raigan
* Shiraito Sport 1.1.9. Saikou Roof Hidari no Iwa
** Fuyu No Izanai Trad 1.2.4. Hakoya Iwa
** Fuyu no Izanai Trad 70m 1.2.4. Hakoya Iwa
** Kibitaki Trad 15m 1.2.6. Bird Watching
*** German suplex Sport 20m, 4 1.3.1. Hachimansawa Hidari Iwa Slab
** A Prayer for Owen Meany Sport 1.3.2. Maga Slab
Kawaii Onna Sport 20m 1.3.2. Maga Slab
** Jack to Mame No Ki Sport 1.4.1. Mara Iwa ・ Imouto Iwa
Ku wa kuraimā no ku Sport 22m 1.4.4. Chichi Iwa
* A Prayer for owen Sport 1.5.4. Gamma Upper
* Kogure dai Saakasu Sport 1.6.2. Yane Iwa P2
Prism Sport 1.6.2. Yane Iwa P2
5.10d Love is Over Sport 1.1.1. Te no Hira-Iwa
*** Crazy Jam Trad 25m 1.1.3. Oyayubi Iwa
Tsukiyo No Tanuki Trad 1.1.4.1. Tanuki Iwa
Kiku Biyori Sport 10m, 4 1.1.6. Amida Iwa
Mosura no Yōchū Sport 1.1.9. Saikou Roof Hidari no Iwa
* Sanka Monogatari Sport 1.1.9. Saikou Roof Hidari no Iwa
Eien no Taiga Trad 1.2.4. Hakoya Iwa
Someday Trad 1.2.4. Hakoya Iwa
* Irregular Sport 20m 1.4.1. Mara Iwa ・ Imouto Iwa
** Cassandra Trad 40m 1.5.4. Gamma Upper
Aurora No.2 Sport 30m 1.6.2. Yane Iwa P2
Curry Syndrome Sport 30m 1.6.2. Yane Iwa P2
V2 Crack Boulder 1.1.10.1. Kujira Iwa
5 Kyuu Boulder 1.1.10.4. Triton
5 Kyuu Boulder 1.1.11.2. B
Kante Hidari SD Boulder 1.1.11.3. D Boulder
5.11a Jinen Jho Sport 1.1.4.1. Tanuki Iwa
Amazon II Sport 1.1.5. O Tonosama iwa
Mizūmi No Densetsu Sport 8 1.1.7. Raigan
** Nadeshi Sport 1.1.9. Saikou Roof Hidari no Iwa
Water chute Sport 1.2.2. Genki ga Deru Slab
Hidari Ue Crack Trad 1.2.3. Sendō Iwa
Last Train Mixed 6 1.2.4. Hakoya Iwa
*** Suiyoubi no Cinderella Sport 30m 1.3.2. Maga Slab
* New Gamma 6 Sport 28m 1.5.2. Gamma Lower Slab
** Suiyobi no Sinderella Sport 35m 1.5.4. Gamma Upper
Abracadabura Sport 1.6.2. Yane Iwa P2
Chawan Mushi Sport 1.6.2. Yane Iwa P2
* Kareki wo Otoshita Yo! Trad 1.6.2. Yane Iwa P2
Yousorou Sport 1.6.2. Yane Iwa P2
5.11b Kaitaku Ou no Deshi Mixed 6 1.1.4.1. Tanuki Iwa
Yota kitsune Sport 1.1.4.2. Kitsune Iwa
Big Man Trad 20m 1.1.6. Amida Iwa
Goro Goro Sport 10 1.1.7. Raigan
Funny Face Mixed 6 1.2.1. Lost World
Groovy Groove Mixed 4 1.2.1. Lost World
* Zuino Mixed 4 1.2.1. Lost World
Hoshi no Hito Trad 1.2.5.1. Hoshi no Tō
** Kaze to Tomo ni Sarinu Trad 70m 1.5.4. Gamma Upper
** Kurama Tengu Sport 15m 1.5.5. Phoenix Iwa
* Phoenix Sport 9m 1.5.5. Phoenix Iwa
** Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Sport 1.6.2. Yane Iwa P2
*** Kumo no ito Trad 23m 1.6.2. Yane Iwa P2
V3 ** Ana Shine Boulder 1.1.10.1. Kujira Iwa
Traverse (2Kyuu) Boulder 1.1.11.3. D Boulder
5.11c Gekkou Sport 1.1.4.1. Tanuki Iwa
Green Pepper Sport 1.2.3. Sendō Iwa
** Blues Power Sport 15m 1.4.1. Mara Iwa ・ Imouto Iwa
* Kaettekita Kaitaku Oo Sport 20m 1.4.1. Mara Iwa ・ Imouto Iwa
** Step into the Future Sport 1.5.3. Gamma Face
5.11 Green Flash Trad 1.2.4. Hakoya Iwa
5.11d *** Imagine Kawa Trad 1.1.5. O Tonosama iwa
* Derorinman Sport 2 1.3.2. Maga Slab
* Derorinman Sport 11m 1.5.4. Gamma Upper
Tentoumushi Sport 1.6.2. Yane Iwa P2
* Fung Korogashi Sport 1.6.3. Yane Iwa Yonpou
V4 Midori no Te (SD) Boulder 1.1.10.3. Donkey
* Concave Boulder 1.3.3. Victor
** Subway Boulder 1.3.3. Victor
5.12a China Girl Sport 19m 1.1.3. Oyayubi Iwa
** Ma-ji no Line Sport 19m 1.1.3. Oyayubi Iwa
** Tororo Sport 1.1.4.1. Tanuki Iwa
Ogurasan wa Ogesan Sport 1.1.4.2. Kitsune Iwa
Scarpa Mixed 10m, 3 1.1.6. Amida Iwa
Juggernaut Sport 25m 1.4.1. Mara Iwa ・ Imouto Iwa
** Rocky Road Sport 25m 1.4.1. Mara Iwa ・ Imouto Iwa
Aburamushi Sport 1.6.2. Yane Iwa P2
** Kabutomushi Sport 1.6.2. Yane Iwa P2
** Koganemushi Sport 1.6.2. Yane Iwa P2
5.12b * Working Face Sport 7 1.1.4.1. Tanuki Iwa
Chakkari Don-hei Sport 1.1.4.2. Kitsune Iwa
*** Super Imagine Mixed 1 1.1.5. O Tonosama iwa
* Teheran Hokui 36 Do Mixed 2 1.2.5.1. Hoshi no Tō
Natsu nohee Mixed 2 1.2.5.2. Taiyō no Tō
* Black Hole Sport 20m 1.4.1. Mara Iwa ・ Imouto Iwa
*** Silk Road Sport 1.4.1. Mara Iwa ・ Imouto Iwa
* Back to the Future Sport 15m 1.5.3. Gamma Face
Rebeccah e no Kagi Sport 30m 1.5.4. Gamma Upper
Unknown Sport 9m 1.5.5. Phoenix Iwa
V5 *** Eihab Senchou Boulder 1.1.10.1. Kujira Iwa
5.12c * Platonic love Sport 19m 1.1.3. Oyayubi Iwa
Ten Ma-de Agare Sport 25m 1.1.3. Oyayubi Iwa
The Kante Sport 1.1.3. Oyayubi Iwa
** Rolling Stone Mixed 1 1.2.1. Lost World
Kenken no Miminari Mixed 2 1.2.5.2. Taiyō no Tō
* Puzzle Mixed 2 1.2.5.2. Taiyō no Tō
Katatsumuri Sport 1.6.2. Yane Iwa P2
* Kumo no Jinjuurou Sport 1.6.2. Yane Iwa P2
* Otegara Bruce-San Sport 1.6.2. Yane Iwa P2
V6 ** Mikazuki Hang Boulder 1.3.3. Victor
V7 *** Philosophy Boulder 1.1. Mawarime Hira Shuhen
** Taiko Ban Boulder 1.1. Mawarime Hira Shuhen
5.14a *** Ninja Sport 4 1.1.5. O Tonosama iwa