From Mi-no-koshi, either hike or take the chairlift up to the top station. If you're relatively fit, climbing to the peak is a breeze from there. Enjoy the views, and if the weather is good and you're up for more walking, head southwest and climb Jirōgyū (1929m) on an easily identifiable trail. Allow 1½ hours for the return hike.
There are trails all over these mountains and with careful planning, a three-day hike from Tsurugi-san west to Miune-san (1894m) and a descent into Kubo in Higashi Iya is possible.