Suzuka no Mori Garden is a weeping plum garden that opens for a limited time at the foot of the Suzuka Mountains.During the flowering period, it will be open to the public as a “weeping plum festival”.The famous tree of about 200 weeping plums collected from all over Japan, centering on the representative of the double-flowered variety “Kurehashidare”, will entertain visitors with beautiful flowers.The entrance fee depends on the flowering status of the plum blossoms.
The garden is surrounded by a good scent of plum, and the colors are vivid and beautiful with pink, crimson, and white.This time, I was able to take a picture when it was in full bloom.There are light-ups as the weeping plum blossoms bloom, and the many beautifully blossoming plums are a sight to see.
The above photo was taken from the top of the hill in Suzuka no Mori Garden.It is a superb view point with a panoramic view.The tripod is a prohibited area, so I took it with my hand.There are some tripod prohibited areas in the park.
Inabe Agricultural Park (Inabe Bairin Park) is located in the northern part of Mie Prefecture, and is the largest in the Tokai area.It is a famous spot for ume where you can see the vast Suzuka Mountains at the same time.
Meotoiwa is located at Futamikotama Shrine in Ise City.The Otoiwa is 9m high, the Otome is 4m high, and the Omenawa rope that connects the Meotoiwa is 35m long.From May to July, you can see the sunrise from between Meotoiwa.On sunny days before and after the summer solstice, you can see the sunrise over Mt. Fuji in the distance, and it is crowded with many photographers and worshipers.From autumn to winter, you can see the full moon from between Meotoiwa.
I visited Kizuro for shooting in winter, but I arrived at the shooting point by walking in the mountains for about an hour and a half.Although there were marks on the branches of the tree, it is very slippery and dangerous because it is not a well-maintained mountain trail but has fallen leaves.You should be back on the road you came to, but be aware that you are walking on a different road and the mountain road has no characteristic scenery, so be careful.
The above picture is a row of Kawazu cherry trees.The part of the night sky without flowers is the shooting point that looks like a heart.The heart of pink flowers is very cute.I was healed by the wonderful scenery.
The Osugi Valley is one of the three largest canyons in Japan, along with the Kurobe Gorge and the Kiyotsu Gorge.To Shishibuchi in Osugi Valley, we will walk along the mountain trail (intermediate mountain trail) that connects Miyagawa No. 3 Power Station and Odaigahara.Since the ups and downs are on steep cliffs and there are narrow and dangerous areas, it is necessary to have sufficient equipment and careful action.
The picture above is the scenery taken at Shishibuchi.At noon, the sun was shining from above and the beautiful emerald green water color looked even more beautiful.
It is approximately 5km from the trailhead to Shibuchi.There is 1km from the parking lot to the trailhead, so 12km round trip.I walked along a steep mountain trail, but many people came to Shishibuchi.Even before you reach Shibuchi, it was a beautiful view of the river and waterfalls with a beautiful water color, and your heart was refreshed.
* It is a place where hill measures are necessary after rain.