小山 悠介

May. 6, 2024
[Image1]It is the Usui Third Bridge, commonly known as the

It is the Usui Third Bridge, commonly known as the "Megane Bridge".
It is the largest brick arch bridge in Japan and was completed in the Meiji era.
Although it is now abandoned railway lines, I was overwhelmed by the beauty and strength of the Megane Bridge, which once supported Japanese industry.

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  • May. 7, 2024
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    Thank you for posting such beautiful photos.
    COOL JAPAN VIDEOS ALSO PUBLISHES ARTICLES ABOUT GUNMA PREFECTURE.
    Please take a look here if you like.

    Oze is a plateau that spans the four prefectures of Fukushima, Niigata Prefecture, Gunma, and Tochigi, and is a basin surrounded by 2,000-meter-high mountains such as Mt. Shibutsu, Mt. Hiuchigatake, Mt. Keizuruyama, and Mt. Nakahara. The wetland centered on Ozegahara, which is said to have been formed about 10,000 years ago, was designated as "Oze National Park" in 2007 and is a major scenic spot that has been selected as one of One of the 100 most scenic spots in Japan.
    There are many mountain trails in Oze, but the Representatives are the "Ozegahara Mountain Trail" and the "Ozenuma Mountain Trail". These two mountain trail are recommended for those who visit to Oze for the first time. What is introduced in the videos in the article is the "Ozegahara mountain trail".
    The "Hatome Pass Rest Area" is located at the Hato Pass, which is the starting point of Ozegahara in Gunma Prefecture. Use it is a spot where many tourists use it to prepare and eat before hiking. The original "Phaseolus coccineus Soft ice cream" is also popular.
    In addition, at the Roadside Station "Oze Katashina" in Tone District, Gunma Prefecture, you can directly sell fresh highland vegetables from Katashina Village, as well as gourmet food using local vegetables at "Katashina Shokudo" and "Villager Kitchen".
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    Oze National Park Travel Guide: Discover Hiking Trails and the Nature of Oze, Fukushima + Learn How to Get to Oze National Park From Tokyo!
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