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Dec. 5, 2022
Introducing the photos posted on "Everyone's Post"! This is a pickup post of the inbound tourism information SNS "Cool Japan Video". Today, I would like to introduce Harumi Nozaki's post "Lights of Kurokawa Onsen in Aso". The warm light of the hot spring and the harmony of nature are superb. Kurokawa Onsen is located in Minamioguni-cho, Aso County, Kumamoto Prefecture, Kyushu region, which received two stars in the 2009 Michelin Green Guide Japan. "Yuakari" is a light-up event held at Kurokawa Onsen in winter. It started in 2012 and celebrated its 10th anniversary last year. The main spot for hot spring lighting is around Marusuzubashi Bridge over the Tanohara River that flows through Kurokawa Onsen. About 300 spherical "Kuri lanterns" are hung, and the fantastic scenery with tube lanterns is also lit, and it goes well with the snow. For viewing the hot spring light, we also recommend the hot spring inn where you can see the hot water. ・Kurokawa Onsen Yamabiko Ryokan You can see the Tanohara River from the corridor of the Yamabiko Ryokan. There are two types of hot springs and are popular as "double beautiful skin hot water". You can also enjoy open-air baths and various private baths. ・Historical inn Located about a 1-minute walk from Marusuzubashi Bridge, this inn has a long history dating back to the mid-Edo period. Pure Japanese-style rooms and 7 hot springs are attractive. ◆Hot water◆ 【Date】2023 will be held on Saturday, December 17, 2022 ~ Sunday, April 2, 2023 【Lighting time】Evening~22:00 【Participation fee】Free 【Address】Minamioguni-cho, Aso-gun, Kumamoto Event information for 2023 will be released sequentially. Please check the official website.
野崎 晴美
Dec. 2, 2022
It is one of the lights of Kurokawa Onsen in Aso when I went to see it this winterThis 😄✨ place is snowy ❄ and cold in winter, but I forgot the cold and was fascinated 🥰 by the wonderful scenery It is 😊 a smartphone shoot.
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Dec. 1, 2022
Introducing the photos posted on "Everyone's Post"! This is a pickup post of the inbound tourism information SNS "Cool Japan Video". Today, I would like to introduce "Hitoshi Matsubuchi's post "Yokote kamakura" in Yokote City, Akita Prefecture". The beautiful pillow and the scenery of the snow sparkling are fantastic. The Yokote Snow Festival (Yokote no Yuki Matsuri) held in Yokote City, Akita Prefecture in the Tohoku region is held every February as a small New Year event dedicated to the god of water. One of the most popular events in the festival is the Yokote Kamakura. About 100 kamakura with a height of about 3 meters will be made throughout the city. In addition to large kamakura made by craftsmen, there are also mini kamakura made by local elementary school students. Also, in the kamakura, children serve amazake and mochi. It is a traditional festival full of snow country atmosphere that is said to have a history of more than 450 years. In 2023, it is scheduled to be held on February 15 and 16. In order to hold some of the festivals with a reduced number of contents, please check the official website for details. Around Yokote City, there are plenty of hot spring inns such as "Akimiya Hot Spring Village". In conjunction with the festival, why not plan a trip where you can enjoy the nature and taste of Akita Prefecture? ◆Yokote Snow Festival◆ 【Access】 10-minute walk from JR Ou Main Line Yokote Station Free kamakura venue shuttle bus available (17:40~21:00)
Jan. 6, 2022 (edited)
It is "Yokote kamakura" in Yokote City, Akita Prefecture. "Kamakura" is a small New Year's event dedicated to the god of water, and children among the kamakura shout "Enter! They talk to tourists and treat them with mochi and amazake.
This photo is from the "Kamakura" photo session venue, but the best position was super full and I regretted being late, but if I dared to take it from a position where no one was looking, I was able to take a really nice photo and I was very satisfied with the "Kamakura" photo.
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