Oops, I was fooled by the photos of the parent-child tree on the Internet. When we arrived, the large tracts of crops were harvested, leaving only bare land. The parent-child tree can only be seen from a distance, no matter if you are riding a bicycle or driving by yourself, you cannot get close to the three trees. I saw three lonely trees on the bare land. This is not warm, but a little lonely.
From a distance, three cypress trees stand side by side on the hills of Biei, with a small tree sandwiched between two big trees, like a family of three people living on each other. Against the background of the earth and the blue sky and white clouds, like an unreal painting, a warm feeling suddenly emerges.
This is made up of three trees. It looks like two adults and a child from a distance, but they can only look at it from a distance, not close.
Looking at the photos taken by others before, this place feels as beautiful as an oil painting. But when we came over, we saw the difference. It turned out to be all pictures taken, but here is actually a rustic style.
When I came to Biei in August, a lot of farmland had already been harvested, and yellow land was bare. I followed the signs and rode towards the parent-child tree, but I gradually felt bad in my heart. Sure enough, when I finally came to the parent-child tree, I found that the green crops here had already been harvested. What was exposed was the land that had been turned over. Two lone trees standing on the hillside looked really nothing from a distance. Beauty at all.
Preston_Dominguez: Evening evening in Biei-cho, Kamikawa-gun, Hokkaido
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Hokusei-no-oka Observatory Park,Seven Stars Tree,Parent and Kid Tree,Mild Seven Hill,Kashiwaen Park