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大坪 邦仁
Oct. 17, 2020
「The large ginkgo of Shakado」 Location: Shakado, Saita, Mitoyo City, Kagawa Prefecture * ~The Great Gingko of Shakado~ The Great Gingko of Shakado in the Saita of Mitoyo City is a large ginkgo tree that was designated as a preserved tree in Kagawa on March 11 1980 (Showa 55). It is a large ginkgo tree with a height of 32 m and a trunk gyrus of 3.4 m. It is said to be a male plant, and the ginkgo fruit does not form. Shakado was built in 1656 and has a Amitabha Buddha as its main shrine. * * * ~ The Great Ginkgo in Shakado ~ The large ginkgo of Shakado in Saita -cho, Mitoyo-shi is a large ginkgo designated as a conserved tree in Kagawa on March 11, 1980. The tree height is 32m and the trunk height is 3.4m. It is said to be a male stock and does not produce ginkgo fruit. Shakado is built in 1656 and has Amida Nyorai as the principal. (Other history is unknown)
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大坪 邦仁
Oct. 17, 2020
「Subsidence bridge over the morning mist」 Location: Asao Submergible Bridge, Kochi Town, Takaoka District, Kochi Prefecture * ~Submergible bridge with morning fog~ The Asao Submergible Bridge is a submergible bridge with a total length of about 121 meters connecting the Asao and Kamaida districts of Ochi Town. It is surrounded by mountains and you can see how you can enjoy ayu fishing in summer. It has also been used as a filming location for movies and dramas such as "Kimi ga Dance, Summer" and "Prefectural Office Hospitality Section". * * * Subsidence bridge over the morning mist Asao Subsidence Bridge is a subsidence bridge with a total length of about 121m that connects the Asao district in Ochi-machi and the Kamada district. Surrounded by mountains, you can also enjoy watching ayu fishing in summer. It has also been used as a filming location for movies and dramas such as the movie “You dance, summer” and “Prefectural Office Hospitality Division”.
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