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Shinshu Suzaka Tourist Association
3 days ago
In Suzaka City, Nagano Prefecture, there is a satoyama called "Sakatayama Symbiotic Forest". The Sakata Mountain Symbiotic Forest is close to the city and is a familiar satoyama that is familiar to the community. The cherry blossoms are beautiful, and the view from the hill is wonderful~! In order to tell everyone about the goodness of Mt. Sakata, on Saturday, April 13, 2024 We held a hiking event. The cherry blossoms were blooming, the weather was good, and it was a great day with a view of the mountains. Fun was also enjoyed by everyone who participated. Please go out to the "Sakata Mountain Symbiosis Forest". The "Dragon Split Stone", which resembles a rock that appeared in the Adult anime, is also a must see! We recommend renting a bicycle to Mt. Sakata! About 20 minutes by bicycle from Suzaka Station. Enjoy cycling and hiking~!
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  • Suzaka
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Abhi Sen
6 days ago
"A Spring Quartet of the Northern Alps" is a stunning sight to behold, with rows of cherry trees, tulips, and nanohana flowers that make it a paradise for nature lovers. The unique combination of the pink hue of the sunset reflecting on the snow and cherry blossom trees, along with the orange and pink rows of tulips and yellow nanohana flowers, creates a picturesque moment that resembles a painting. This stunning sight is a result of a harmonious interplay between the natural phenomena of seasonal changes and a well-planned plantation strategy that ensures a synchronized blooming period of the different plants." A Spring Quartet of the Northern Alps" is a stunning sight to behold, with rows of cherry trees, tulips, and nanohana flowers that make it a paradise for nature lovers. The unique combination of the pink hue of the sunset reflecting on the snow and cherry blossom trees, along with the orange and pink rows of tulips and yellow nanohana flowers, creates a picturesque moment that resembles a painting. This stunning sight is a result of a harmonious interplay between the natural phenomena of seasonal changes and a well-planned plantation strategy that ensures a synchronized blooming period of the different plants. Location: spring quartet Asahi Toyama.
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st situation
11 days ago
Awaji City, Hyogo Prefecture "Tamoyan Sakura" is still not well known, but the late Mr. Tamotsu Takaya (nicknamed Tamoyan) planted cherry blossoms on the slopes of terraced rice fields, and in about 60 years, it has grown so much that it has grown so much that with the cooperation of local residents, weeds and miscellaneous trees have been trimmed and maintained, and a building has been rented out in front of the cherry blossoms. Accommodations? I don't know if it's a villa because I don't have any Information yet, but there are facilities like a hotel, and one big cherry blossom can revitalize the community and connect with it, and various thoughts are put into it.
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Shizuoka, Matsuzaki Tourism Association
23 days ago
Mt. Fukino is a 550-meter-high mountain that rises near the boundary between Matsuzaki and Nishi-Izu towns, northeast of Matsuzaki City, along with Mt. Chokuro in Amagi. Located at the top of the mountain, the Soto School Fukino Mountain Treasure House is an ancient temple opened by Kukai (Kobo Daishi) in the 3rd year of Datong as a sacred place for esoteric Buddhism, and was originally called Fukino Jizo Secret Temple. In the Muromachi period, it flourished as a large sacred site with 88 temples, but after that, it was deserted and rebuilt by the monk Iwanaka. In the Bunki year (1501~04), the 4th generation monk Kiyoyasu of Kawazu and Fumon-in converted from Shingon Buddhism to Soto School, and from this time on, it became Hozoin. In the precincts, the largest cedar in Minami-Izu (circumference 6.5 m, height 34 m), which is estimated to be about 400 years old, and Oshima cherry trees that are 150 years old are densely grown, and it is rare to see more than 180 "wild Buddhas" lined up around the approach. Dainichi Nyorai, Yakushi Nyorai, Amitabha Buddha, Jizo, Kannon, Kobo Daishi, etc., all of which look like mossy stone Buddhas, seem to be singing a chorus of heartlessness in the human world. It is also the 7th sacred site of "Izu Yokodo 33 Kannon".
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Shizuoka, Matsuzaki Tourism Association
23 days ago
In the western and southern parts of the Izu Peninsula, the ejecta of ancient submarine volcanoes is widely distributed. After a long period of undersea volcanoes, the whole of Izu rose and emerged on land, and subsequent erosion gave it its current appearance, allowing us to see firsthand the beautiful internal structures that would have been buried underground. Among the submarine volcanic ejecta, volcanic ash and pumice that fell on the seafloor were transformed into stone over a long period of time, retaining the stripes and other patterns that were formed on the seabed. The stone made in this way was useful as a soft, easy-to-process, and fire-resistant stone (Izu stone), and was produced and shipped in various parts of Izu until the beginning of the Showa era. Muroiwa-do is a quarry that was in operation from the Edo period to Showa 29, and is one of the few places where you can visit it while retaining the state of that time.
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  • Matsuzaki
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  • Izu Peninsula/Izu Archipelago
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