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Lake Saiko

  • Category:Nature
GAIJIN POT TRAVEL
 
In and around this lake, you can see Mount Fuji, visit a thatched-roof village, explore three lava caves, and hike the Jukai Nature Trail.
 Winter fun at the annual Lake Saiko Ice Festival at Saiko Yacho no Mori Park from from Jan. 26 to Feb. 17, 2019.
Saiko is one of the Fuji...

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Shiretoko Kamuiwakka Hot Waterfall

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JAPAN TRAVEL
A singular waterfall in the wild with warm water
Just after the famous Shiretoko Five Lakes, the main and only street turns into a dirt road. The way should lead to a big waterfall but there is no sign to speak of, let alone the shadow of another person.
 
The deserted road and the m...

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The Amazing Hues of Goshikinuma

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Stroll along rainbow hued lakes
The Bandai highland (磐梯高原, Bandai Kōgen) is a wide area in the northern part of Fukushima prefecture. Located at more than 800 meters above the sea level it’s also known as Urabandai which translates as Behind Bandai. It’s a very popular outdoor de...

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Kawazu Nanadaru Seven Waterfalls

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JAPAN TRAVEL
A trail along a river with seven beautiful waterfalls
The east coast of Izu peninsula is rich with amazing natural sites and, while the trip along it is definitely worth travelling, the inland sites are just as good. Among the many sites, Kawazu Nanadaru Park is absolutely a must-see...

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Tama River

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JAPAN TRAVEL
The river stretches from the foothills of Yamanashi Prefecture
The Tama River stretches from the foothills of Yamanashi Prefecture to the waters of Tokyo Bay in Ota Ward. The final section of the river, which marks the boundary between Ota and Kawasaki in Kanagawa Prefecture, is a tr...

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Senzoku-Ike

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Scenic views in Ota City
Senzoku-ike is located in Northern Ota Ward, six stops from Ikegami Station. The area is named after the famous Buddhist priest Nichiren Shonin who washed his feet here on his way to Ikegami Temple. Senzoku literally means “washing your feet” which is exactly...

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The God of the Marsh

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JAPAN TRAVEL
 The story of Japan's red-crowned crane The “God of the Marsh”, the “Red Crowns”, or simply, the Japanese Crane - who can deny the beauty of their red on white plumage, graceful bearing and hypnotic pair dance?
The crane has traditionally played an important part in Japanese culture,...

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Kawaguchi City's Botanical Gardens

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Enjoy Japan's Four Seasons In This Comprehensive Park
Kawaguchi Green Center was selected as one of the top 100 urban parks in Japan. Kawaguchi City is known for its abundant greenery and cultivation of plants within the city. 
 
In addition to being considered a spiritual place, yo...

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Senjojiki - A Thousand Tatami Mats

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Explore The Hidden Plateau of Multi-tiered Rocks
Nanki, a generic name for the southwestern part of Wakayama, has an array of various amusement parks, zoos, beaches and places where you can enjoy water sports. Approximately two and a half hours away from Osaka by limited express trai...

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Picchio's Nature Watching Tour

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JAPAN TRAVEL
 
 
The Best Way To See Karuizawa's Amazing Wildlife
Karuizawa isn’t just known for its modern shopping areas, western influences, and holiday homes: the reason people moved there in the first place was because of the beautiful scenery, away from the crowds and summer heat of Tokyo. ...

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