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Near the top of Kuromori Pass there was a resting place called "Kagobari". From the top of the hill, descend the so-called steep slope, "Forty-eight bends". Even though the Kuromori crossing was a very difficult mountain crossing, southern Ushio used it because it was the shortest course.