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Matcha
Sep. 24, 2023
【Lemon Bright 🌼*・】 ・ ・ 🗾 Venue▷ ▶ Tokyo / Showa Kinen Park 📍 Location: National Showa Memorial Park / Tokyo ・ The heat spreads all over the place. The cosmos was 🌼 beautiful ・ Even though it's mid-September, it's as hot as midsummer. It's really disgusting. 😅 Hot and Kibana cosmos to sunflowers Looked🤣 ・ For an early and comfortable season It's what ☺️ I want you to become. ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ====================== ✔🗓Data:9/2023 ・ 𝚙𝚕𝚎𝚊𝚜𝚎 𝚌𝚑𝚎𝚌𝚔 𝚘𝚞𝚝➴⡱@matcha.camera ・ 📸𝙲𝚊𝚖𝚎𝚛𝚊:𝙴𝙾𝚂𝚔𝚒𝚜𝚜𝙼𝟸 @eos_canonjp 🔎𝙻𝚎𝚗𝚜:𝙴𝙵-𝙼𝟷𝟻-𝟺𝟻𝚖𝚖 𝙵𝟹.𝟻-𝟼.𝟹 𝙸𝚂 𝚂𝚃𝙼 ======================
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Taiki Tourism Association
Sep. 10, 2023
🌳 6 days 🌳 to go until Kashiwabayashi Park Festival Introducing the events held at the Kashiwabayashi Park Festival! 🥩 Taiki Town Wagyu Festival Every year, there is a line at the Wagyu Festival, an instant sale event for Taiki Town beef. This year, for the first time in four years, you can enjoy barbecued beef in the venue. We will lend the yakiniku table for free, so it's okay if you come empty-handed! (The number of yakiniku tables that can be rented out is limited.) ) In addition, charcoal will be provided free of charge to those who bring a yakiniku stand! In addition, we sell not only meat for grilled meat but also meat for hamburgers, so it is perfect for souvenirs. * The photo is from the past Kashiwabayashi Park Festival.
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Justin Schultz
Aug. 18, 2023
Went on a trip to Matsumoto during the Obon holiday. We arrived Friday and our first stop after checking in at our hotel was Matsumoto Castle. The statue in the first photo is of Banryu Shonin (播隆上人). Apparently he was a Buddhist monk and prominent mountaineer during the early 1800s. I thought it was interesting so I took a photo of it. Matsumoto Castle was really incredible. I think it's definitely one of the most beautiful castles in Japan. If I had a better camera, I would have been able to take some nicer photos, but I'm pretty pleased with the photos I took, despite having taken them from my smartphone. The inside of the castle was really awesome and I spent a lot of time looking at all of the different exhibits showing the weaponry used on the battlefield, etc. Most of the exhibits have English and Japanese too, which is nice if you don't speak Japanese but are interested in learning about the history of the castle. On Saturday we took a bus to Kamikochi. The bus to Kamokochi took about an hour longer than expected as there was a lot of people going there for the Obon holiday. The views were really incredible, and compared to the city of Matsumoto, the area was a nice cool temperature. One of the other bridges near Kappa Bridge (河童橋) was probably like 10 degrees cooler than the rest of the Kamikochi area too. We hiked from Taisho Pond (大正池) to Kappa Bridge in about an hour. It was pretty good exercise and totally flat, so pretty much anyone can enjoy the walking trails. There are a lot of scenic views along the trail from Taisho Pond to Kappa Bridge, and some of the views of the water were just magical. I wasn't able to capture just how beautiful the place is with my photos, but it's really gorgeous. Once we got closer to Kappa Bridge we started seeing a lot of monkeys walking around too, which was kind of neat. Apparently their population is increasing in the area because people keep feeding them, so make sure not to do that if you visit. On our last day in Matsumoto we decided to check out some other spots in town, and ended up visiting Nawate Street, a nice little shopping street with some cool shops and cafes. We got some ice cream and sat down by the river running through the town and relaxed for a bit. After that we headed up to Joyama Park (the last photo). The walk to the park was pretty long with how hot it was outside but the view from the top was pretty incredible. It was a nice way to end our trip. I think Matsumoto Castle and Kamikochi are definitely some of the best places to visit if you're sightseeing in Matsumoto, so definitely make some time to visit them.
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