Zengoro no Taki falls in the great nature against the backdrop of Mt. Norikura
Zengoro no Taki is a large waterfall on the Norikura Plateau with a head of 21.5m and a width of about 8m.The name comes from the waterfall found by the fisherman Zengoro, so it seems to have this name.
The above photo is Zengoro Falls in winter.It is completely frozen.If the timing is right, you can even see an ice climber climbing the icefall.Although I was climbing up smoothly with the rope hooked on the top tied to my body, the ice sometimes fell on the way.The first time I saw the scene, I was very scared, but I’m glad I saw the precious scene.
The above picture is the scenery of “Maime no Ike”.It was about a 3 minute walk from the parking lot.The scenery of vivid autumn leaves reflected in the pond like a mirror and it was very beautiful.It was cloudy on this day, so I would like to visit on a sunny day.
The Komatsu Tsunagi Cherry Blossom is an old tree that has been handed down by Yoshitsune Minamoto.The cherry blossoms of Edhigan, which has the appearance of opening a large fan, are said to be about 400 years old.It is planted beside the paddy field, and it seems that there are many days when it is filled with water during the cherry blossom season, and the cherry blossoms reflected in the water mirror are beautiful.It is also lit up depending on the season.
The picture above is the night view of the same day.As the rain stopped and the water surface of the rice field became quiet, the cherry trees lit up were reflected.It was so crowded with cameramen that there was no place to shoot.Both day and night were great.
Shimoguri no Sato is also called “Japan’s Tyrol” because the scenery is similar to that of Austria’s Tyrol region.Shimoguri no Sato was selected as one of the “100 Best Japanese Villages” in the area on the eastern slope of Kamimura, Iida City, overlooking the Southern Alps.
Togakushi Shrine is a nationwide popular shrine as a power spot.The approach is 2km and it takes about 40 minutes to reach the shrine.The stairs and climbs continue in front of Okusha, so you need physical strength.
The picture above is the view of the Okusha approach to the midwinter.The Zuijinmon in the snowy road is beautiful.I shot it in the early morning, but when I noticed it, I was surprised that the tip of my hair was a little frozen.During the winter, tourists never overflowed, creating a mystical atmosphere that was even more sacred.
The picture above is the scenery of Hanaomo no Sato.A lot of peach blossoms were blooming along the road until we arrived, and it was a very lovely scenery.It was very crowded and there was a lot of traffic.
* The shooting location was a 10 minute walk up the road in front of the restaurant.Only in that place, the guardrail tip was open and the view was good, and some people were shooting.
The above picture is the whole scenery.It was a gorgeous and wonderful view.