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 "Tatsumi's post "Togakushi Shrine Okusha Sando in Nagano Prefecture".

The cedars lined up at both ends are a powerful photo.

Togakushi Shrine, located at the foot of Mount Togakushi in Nagano City, Nagano Prefecture, is a shrine dedicated to the gods associated with the "Ten-iwa Tokai Opening Myth".
It consists of five shrines, Okusha, Chūsha, Hokosha, Kuzuryusha, and Hinomikosha, and has a history of more than 2,000 years since its founding.

Among the five shrines, Okusha has the most worshippers. It is also famous for the way from Nakasha to Okusha with more than 200 huge cedar trees.
The cedar avenue, which is more than 400 years old, has been designated as a natural monument of Nagano Prefecture.
Okusha seems to have benefits such as good luck, fulfillment of wishes, and must-win sports.

Togakushi Shrine is said to be one of the three major power spots in Kita Shinano, and one of the attractions is the "Five Shrines Tour" that visits all five shrines.
If you complete the worship and the awarding of the red seal, you will receive a "commemorative bookmark for visiting the five shrines" at the awarding office.

◆Togakushi Shrine◆
【Address】〒381-4193 Nagano Prefecture, Nagano City, Togakushi
From Nagano Station Bus Stop No. 7 (in front of the Alpico Kotsu Bus Nagano Station General Information Center), take the "bound for Togakushi Kogen via Loop Bridge" (about 1 hour)
Hokosha: Get off at Togakushi Hokosha
Nakasha: Get off at Togakushi Chusha
Okusha: Get off at the entrance of Togakushi Okusha
Please check the official website for details.

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Jun. 11, 2021
Togakushi Shrine in Nagano Prefecture is the approach to Okusha shrine! Lined with 800-year-old bear cedars, it is a power spot with a solemn landscape. In winter, snow accumulates, creating a mysterious atmosphere、、、。 Since it is after corona, I posted a "power spot" so that you can get the power not to lose to corona! !!
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Dec. 16, 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 "Atsushi Kaneko's post "Shooting from the ropeway of Kita Yatsugatake". The vast world of white silver is a superb view. Kitayatsugatake refers to the northern part of the Yatsugatake mountain range, which straddles Nagano and Yamanashi prefectures. The Kita-Yatsugatake Ropeway, which spans between Mt. Kitayokodake and Mt. Stripe, is a large ropeway that seats 100 people and can be reached from the base station (elevation 1,771m) to the summit station (elevation 2,237m) in about 7 minutes. Mt. Kitayatsugatake is also recommended for beginner climbers. The Kitayatsugatake Ropeway can be accessed by car or bus, and you can also use the ropeway for a day trip. You can enjoy sightseeing and hiking in the summer, and winter activities such as skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing in the winter, and you can enjoy the rich nature throughout the four seasons. Snow in Kitayatsugatake usually peaks around December ~ February and disappears around April ~ early May. You can also check the state of Kitayatsugatake from the "Kita Yatsugatake Ropeway Official Website" and the live camera of "Pilatus Tateshina Snow Resort". When you visit, why not use it to check your clothes and the weather? ◆Kita-Yatsugatake Ropeway◆ 【Address】4035-2541 Kitayama, Chino City, Nagano Prefecture 【Access】 car Chuo Expressway Suwa IC about 25kn (40~50 minutes) bus JR East Japan Get off at Chino Station on the Chuo Line Chino Station West Exit Alpico Kotsu Bus Stop Platform 2 bound for "Kita Yatsugatake Ropeway" (about 60 minutes)
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Dec. 14, 2022
Introducing the photos posted on "Minna no Post"! This is a pickup post on the inbound tourism information SNS "COOL JAPAN VIDEOS". Today, I would like to introduce Taketaro's post "Tsumagojuku in Nagano Prefecture". It is an impressive photo of a traditional Japanese house illuminated by the shining light. Located in Nagiso Town, Kiso District, Nagano Prefecture, Tsumago-juku is one of the five highways built in the Edo period. While the traditional townscape disappeared with the passage of time, we succeeded in preserving the old townscape for the first time in Japan. In recognition of these efforts, it was 1976 (Showa 51) selected as an Important Preservation District for Groups of Traditional Buildings. The Terashita area, where the townscape preservation activities were first carried out, can be said to be the origin of Tsumago-juku. Wakihonjin Okutani, which has a hearth and allows you to experience the atmosphere of that time, was designated as an important cultural property of the country in 2001 (Heisei 13). From November to February, you can see a fantastic sight of light pouring down from the lattice. Tsumago-juku has plenty of accommodation. "Onjuku Daikichi" is a guest house that harmonizes tradition and modernity. You can enjoy hinoki baths, Daikichi original dishes, chirashi soba sushi, ancient rice rice, etc. Located along the Nakasendō, Hanaya is a convenient ryokan with a large public bath and a private shower room, making it a popular ryokan for overseas tourists. Typical gourmet foods around Tsumago-juku are soba noodles and gohei mochi. We recommend Gohei mochi made with buckwheat flour from "Restaurant Kongoya" and Gohei mochi with sauce made with local mountain gurumi from "Shinya". At the restaurant "Otoyoshi" and the ryokan "Fujioto", you can taste local cuisine. ◆Tsumago-juku◆ 【Access】 From JR Nagiso Station Bus about 10 minutes / Taxi about 10 minutes Nagiso Town Regional Bus Timetable (using Magome Line and Hojin Line) About regional buses and shared taxis (Nagiso Town Hall) About 40 minutes on foot (via Nakasendō or National Route 19/National Route 256 side road sidewalk)