In harsh climatic conditions, where the Tokyo
In harsh climatic conditions, where the snow is up to four months of the year, monkeys bathe in the thermal springs of Dzigokuya Onsen, taking hot baths.
We watched the monkeys splashing in the water with the whole family, closing their eyes with pleasure, and on the shore they sorted and cleaned their wool to each other, the kids played with each other.
Monkeys are incredibly emotional and touching, and you can watch them in the park at arm's length - macaques are so used to people that they are not afraid to run under the feet of visitors.
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Souvenir shopping and street food
A fun place with bright signs and a noisy crowd. It's nice to just wander around, slowly eating takoyaki, bought right there on the street. There are many bars of different formats and you will not get sad from here.
In the middle of the street there is a Ferris wheel, you can ride in the evening, overlooking the evening Osaka.
One of the most beautiful crater in the world. It is also one of the best thoroughfares in Japan. In addition to the amazing view and driving, the weather is really unpredictable. Even when the forecast says it will be sunny, it may not be so.
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Perhaps the best view of Fuji is here. It is best to come at dawn.
Since at this time the trains did not walk yet, then we walked. From Mt. Fuji Station
30 minutes on foot to Arakura Temple and then overcome another 400 steps in ~ 15 minutes with respite.
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The beauty is incredible! It is interesting to wander around the courtyard, as well as the buildings where the servants lived. The castle itself is striking in the intricate details, tiles, which are especially clearly visible from the upper floors. And the view of the city from the observation deck is breathtaking! And the fortress walls amaze with its massiveness, and somehow it immediately seems like medieval Japanese soldiers defended themselves from attacks by enemies.
Tateyama is a village within the Nakaniikawa County of Toyama Prefecture, Japan. The area of the village is 307.31 km², the population is 26,659 people, the population density is 86.75 people / km². In the village there is the only trolleybus line in Japan, which at the same time passes underground.