Wilson's Stump

Wilson's Stump At 13.8 m in circumference, this is the largest stump in Yakushima. It is claimed that the tree was felled roughly 400 years ago. Inside there is a cavity of about 16.5 m2 from which a spring wells up. It was named after Dr. Wilson, who made the world aware of Yakusugi trees.

* The "trunk circumference" refers to the length measured at a height of approximately 1.3m above the ground.