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荒谷誠一郎
9 days ago
(2024-04-13) View from Shinkurayama Sengen Park This is the view from the observation deck of the park attached to the Shinkurayama Sengen Shrine in Fujiyoshida It was in full bloom just the day before and maintained it the next day Two weeks in advance, I had predicted the full bloom date and booked the "Hato Bus" tour At the time of arrival, the waiting time for the bus was more than 2 hours (more than 2 and a half hours), so I told the tour conductor to get off on the way. ・ You can see Mt. Fuji ・ There are no clouds hanging over Mt. Fuji ・ The weather is good ・Cherry blossoms in full bloom I feel lucky that non-locals were able to visit here on the day I met this condition Camera SONY α7IV. Lens Tamron 28-200mm ISO: 160 SS: 1/640 F-number: 8.0
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Ito, Shizuoka
13 days ago
[A bright red azalea begins to bloom! ] Komuroyama Park Azalea Viewing Party 🌺✨] From Saturday, April 13th to Tuesday, April 30th, a "Azalea Appreciation Party" will be held at Komuroyama Park Azalea Garden! In the azalea garden, where 100,000 azaleas of 40 varieties are in bloom, the landscape looks like a bright red carpet! This year, the beginning of blooming is a little late, but when it is in full bloom, it is a masterpiece, so please stop by when you visit Izu and Ito. There is also 😊✨♨ a bus from the station to Komuroyama At the summit of Mt. Komuro, there is "Komuroyama Ridge Walk "MISORA", and there is also a stylish "Cafe 321". If the weather is good, you can see Sagami Nada, the Izu Islands, Mt. Fuji, etc.! On the way to the summit, there is a large dinosaur monument called Dinosaur Square, a popular spot for children with Athletics, making it a ♪ place for families to enjoy * Implementation of traffic restrictions on some roads in the park so that customers can enjoy the azaleas with peace of mind, and the Komuroyama Ground will be opened as a temporary parking lot. * Please note that when the temporary parking lot is released, the parking lot will be charged (500 yen per car).
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Shizuoka, Matsuzaki Tourism Association
27 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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Otsuki Tourism Association.
Mar. 20, 2024
Handmade cloth products have arrived ✨ Hello, this is 💁 ♀️ the Otsuki Station Tourist Information Center Today, I received 🙌 a bag and a business card holder from a local textile artist There are various types of business card cases, mainly the pattern of Mt. Fuji unique to Yamanashi ... ❗️ The bag is well made and can be used for a long time. In addition, we also recommend the Japanese-style eco-bag "Azuma Bag". Not only those made of gorgeous cloth like those used in kimonos, Some ☂️ are water-resistant using materials used in umbrellas. Please put it in your bag and use 🎶 it for shopping In front of the station, Crepe Kitchen Car Popolo is opening a store 🍓 You can ❗️ eat crepes for a whopping 250 yen There are 🫢 many other green onions in stock Vegetables such as yacon and carrots are also included. How about ❓ dinner tonight? We look forward to seeing you ✌️
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Nirasaki Tourism Association
Feb. 28, 2024
"Wanizuka Sakura Festival 2024" ■ Date and time 2024 (Reiwa 6) March 29 (Fri) ~ 31 (Sun) 10 a.m. ~ 3 p.m. *Canceled in case of rain Limited to 🐸🌈 3 days While viewing the cherry blossoms, you can enjoy 🌸🍵 the gourmet food of Nirasaki City There are also ❣ paid cherry blossom viewing seats that can be seen in special seats. 《Cherry blossom viewing seats are available!!》 Limited to 100 people each day! We have a paid cherry blossom viewing seat where you can look up at the cherry blossoms of the alligator mound from a special seat. Why don't you enjoy sakura tea and Japanese sweets and be enchanted by the beautiful Ipponzakura? *Benefits* ・ 1 cup of sakura tea & Japanese sweets service ・ 100 yen discount coupon that can be used at discounted stores around Sakura in Alligator Mound *Fee* Adults (junior high school students and older) 500 yen "Light Up" ■ Date and time 2024 (Reiwa 6) March 28 (Thu) ~ April 3 (Wed) 18:00~20:00 * Lighting ceremony: March 28 (Thursday) 18 o'clock ~ Please 💡🌸 also pay attention to the fantastic appearance that is different from the daytime 〈Venue〉 Cherry blossoms on the alligator mound (624 Kitamiyachi, Kamiyama-cho, Nirasaki City, Yamanashi Prefecture) 〈Access〉 [Automotive] Approx. 15 minutes from Chuo Expressway Nirasaki IC [Train] From Nirasaki Station on the Chuo Main Line ・Bus Take the Nirasaki City Bus Enno Line, get off at the bus stop "Takeda Hachimangu", and walk for 5 minutes. ・Taxi Approx. 10 minutes
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Nirasaki Tourism Association
Feb. 28, 2024
NICE TO MEET EVERYONE WHO WATCHES COOL JAPAN VIDEOS! This is the Nirasaki Tourism Association. Nirasaki City in Yamanashi Prefecture is located in the northwestern part of Yamanashi Prefecture and is an area full of rich nature and deep history. In this First Post, we will introduce plenty of attractions such as sightseeing spots and event information in Nirasaki City! ◆❖◇What is Nirasaki City, Yamanashi Prefecture? ◇❖◆ Nirasaki City is a city with a population of about 28,000. With famous peaks such as Mt. Fuji, Yatsugatake, and the Southern Alps in the background, you can enjoy the beautiful scenery of the four seasons, and it is also known as the birthplace of the Kai Takeda Family. In addition to fruits such as grapes and peaches grown in the land rich in nature, the mellow aroma and flavorful wine are also exquisite! Nirasaki City Yamanashi Prefecture is very convenient to access from central Tokyo, and you can easily visit it on a day trip. [Access by train] Shinjuku Station - Nirasaki Station JR Chuo Main Line Limited Express Azusa Approx. 1 hour 30 minutes Matsumoto Station - Nirasaki Station JR Chuo Main Line Limited Express Azusa Approx. 1 hour 10 minutes [Access by car] Chofu IC - Nirasaki IC Chuo Expressway about 1 hour 30 minutes Nagoya IC - Nirasaki IC Chuo Automobile Approx. 2 hours 45 minutes ◆ ❖ ◇ 6 recommended sightseeing spots of "Nirasaki", a town with a view of Mt. Fuji ◇ ❖ ◆ 【Mt. Amari】 The Mt. Amari in Minami-Alps UNESCO Eco Park has been selected as one of the Yamanashi Hundred Famous Mountains. The parking lot is about a 30-minute walk to the summit, so you can easily enjoy climbing and hiking. The view from the top is spectacular, and if the conditions are right, you can see Mt. Fuji floating in a sea of clouds. Don't miss the Astragalus azaleas, which bloom around the beginning of June! 【Crocodile Mound Sakura】 The 330-year-old Ipponzakura tree that blooms on the alligator mound was designated as a natural monument of Nirasaki City in the first year of Heisei. In the background of the towering cherry blossom trees, you can overlook Mt. Fuji and Yatsugatake, and it is also popular as a photo spot. When the cherry blossoms are in full bloom, they are lit up and you can enjoy a fantastic atmosphere. 【Takeda Hachimangu】 Takeda Hachimangu Shrine was founded in 822 AD and is associated with the Kai Takeda Family. The Main Shrine was rebuilt by Lord Takeda Shingen and is also an important cultural property of Japan. 【Nirasaki Omura Memorial Park】 At Omura Memorial Park, you can experience art at the Nirasaki Omura Museum of Art, where paintings and ceramics collected by Dr. Satoshi Omura, who won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, are exhibited, enjoy cooking at the soba restaurant, refresh your mind and body at the hot spring for a day trip, and deepen your learning and interaction with people at the Hakuyuki Dormitory. Please spend a meaningful time with the scenic scenery that changes its expression with the seasons. 【Ruins of Shinpu Castle】 The ruins of Ruins of Shinpu Castle were built by Prince Takeda Katsuyori in 1581 on the plateau of Shichiri Rock. The Ruins of the Castle was set on fire by the Oda and Tokugawa forces 68 days after its construction, but it is a castle ruin that conveys the culmination of the Takeda family to this day. From the Ruins of the Castle, you can see a spectacular view of Mt. Fuji and Yatsugatake, and around the beginning of April, the whole area blooms like a pink carpet, and Shinpu Momogengo is a superb view! 【Kayagatake】 The final resting place of Hisaya Fukada, the author of "Japan's 100 Famous Mountains". From the summit of the mountain, which is about 1704 meters above sea level, you can overlook a 360-degree panorama of Mt. Fuji and Yatsugatake. Because the mountain looks very similar to Yatsugatake, it is nicknamed "fake eight". ◆❖◇Events and festivals in Nirasaki City◇❖◆ 【Fukada Festival】 In addition to being active in the literary world such as numerous mountain books, novels, and travelogues such as "Japan's 100 Famous Mountains", this event will be held at Kayagatake, the final place of the mountaineer "Hisaya Fukada", who left a great mark on the Japanese mountain world. At the Fukada Festival, a memorial ceremony and a commemorative mountain climb are held every year to commemorate his legacy. 【Summer Illumination in Nirasaki】 The Ministry of Education's anthem "Tanabata-sama" begins with "Sasa-no-ha, Sarasara, Kiba-ni, sway...". The poet who wrote the Tanabata in a nursery rhyme is "Hanayo Gondo" from Nirasaki City. In Nirasaki City, as the birthplace of Hanayo Gondo, illuminations and Tanabata decorations inspired by Tanabata are held every summer. 【Memorial service for fallen Takeda warriors, Fireworks display in Narasaki, Takeda no Sato】 Approximately 6,600 fireworks, including star mines, will be launched in the night sky of the main venue, Kamanashigawa River Park. Many food stalls are also lined up at the venue to liven up the festivals. 【Illumination in Nirasaki】 Approximately 60,000 bulbs of light, including a 7-meter-high tree, heart-shaped objects, and illuminations with the motif of cherry blossoms on an alligator mound in full bloom, vividly color the Nirasaki Station Square. ◆❖◇Other recommended information in Nirasaki City◇❖◆ Furusato Nozei in Nirasaki City offers fruity wine made from 100% Nirasaki grapes, Koshu whiskey recommended for highballs, and fruits such as fresh peaches and grapes as thank-you gifts. Taste the gourmet food of Nirasaki. Nirasaki City is full of rich nature, deep history, delicious specialty products, and heartwarming events. Come and take a trip to make new discoveries and memories in Nirasaki City! We look forward to seeing you there. COOL JAPAN VIDEOS will continue to provide recommended information on Nirasaki City, Yamanashi Prefecture, so please follow us!
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Shizuoka, Matsuzaki Tourism Association
Feb. 25, 2024
【Meiji Merchant House Nakase Residence】 The Nakase residence was built in Meiji 20 (1887) as the residence of Naokichi Yoda, a wealthy merchant who made a fortune as a kimono wholesaler. Since the trade name of Yoda Naokichi Kure Clothing Store was "Nakase", it is now called Nakase Residence. In 1988 (Showa 63) (1998), Matsuzaki Town purchased a mansion consisting of seven buildings, including the main house and a storehouse, and the main house is open to the public as an ethnic museum. The buildings are lavishly furnished, from timber to fine carvings and hardware, and you can get a glimpse of the life of a wealthy merchant at that time. In particular, the black plastered sea cucumber wall of the storehouse built in the main house can only be seen here in Matsuzaki Town.
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