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Monolog: The faraway target

While changing a line from JR Sobu to JR Chuo to head to Shinjuku, I looked up at the platform indicator. To Takao, it indicated. As I was heading to Shinjuku to meet up with a friend before proceeding to head to our destination, I had a feeling that I should head to that place instead.

Going to Takao is on one of my to-do list, among other to-do lists. Famous for one of the hiking spots in Tokyo, its iconic Mt. Takao has a lot of faces according to different seasons. As it is summer currently, the lush greens decorate the visitor center and its surrounding buildings, forming a view direly needed for someone to temporarily escape from the concrete jungle.

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Going to Mt. Takao is as easy as hopping on the upcoming train which heads to Takao and simply hop off there, however, this day was not the schedule for Mt. Takao. Perhaps someday.

By Adrian Khor

Speaks Mandarin Chinese, English, Japanese, and Malay. Software developer based in Greater Tokyo, Japan. Specializes in .NET stack and C# at web and desktop development. Loves to listen to music, watching movies, reading books, and travel.

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