“Miho Museum” is a registered museum in Shiga Prefecture located in Tashiro, Shigaraki Town, Koga City, Shiga Prefecture.Unlike ordinary tunnels, the tunnel at the Miho Museum has a silver plate attached to the inside instead of leaving it concrete.This silver-colored wall reflects the green of the mountains and the pink of cherry blossoms, changing its expression during the season.
About 500 trees of “Metasequoia Trees” in the Makino Plateau are planted on a 2.4 km straight road from Makino Picland to the Makino Plateau.Autumn leaves are especially famous.The scenery created by the cone-shaped Metacoseia trees and straight roads is very beautiful.
The above picture is a landscape of Metasequoia trees in the early morning.Almost no cars passed yet, and the clear air was wonderful.
The blue sky reflected in the rice fields and the rows of Metasequoia trees were also beautiful.
Former Chikurinin is a scenic spot in Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture.Originally, it was one of the residences after the retreat of the Hieizan Enryakuji monk called “Satobo”.The Japanese garden is designated as a national scenic spot, and the beautiful scenery of the four seasons is a highlight.
The picture above is the scenery taken at the former Chikurinin.On the day I visited for filming, there were shiny polished tables in both the first and second floors.I shot it with reflections so that the scenery would be reflected, so it was fun to take a picture like trick art.This spot wasn’t particularly crowded, so it was nice to be able to shoot calmly.
Hachimanbori is located in Omihachiman and is a canal leading to Lake Biwa, where many boats came and went during the Azuchi-Momoyama period.Omihachiman is a town facing Lake Biwa, which retains a historic streetscape, and is a famous “old city of water” famous for visiting Mizugo.Many merchants still visit the old mansion and warehouses of the old days.