空空CJJapanese cypresses, cedars, ancient maples, silk trees and other mixed forests are a long way to go. And, if you come in September, there is moisture and heat. The scenery is beautiful, the forest is endless, the birds chirp, the water murmurs, and your feet walk through the gravel, pebbles, rocks and deciduous leaves. There are some incredible elevations and falls, and in September, the swarms of March flies and forest bees will accompany you. Once, I came up with a perfect combination of cap-and-kick-and-dance to keep them from company, and I felt I regained control, even at the cost of dignity. A great stay along the way and a great opportunity to interact with local Japanese, we only had a positive experience and delicious food.
E35***77park is free entrance! and it is massive! I am into jr Nara which I had read was not near to the park however when you get off the train there are signs to the bus stop outside. the bus is a loop system with fixed price. there are 1300 deer in the park- photo opportunities everywhere. well worth a visit and easy by public transport.
姜姜猫I want to go to Mount Yoshino. It's the cherry blossom season, the Nakasen-bon cherry blossoms rain, thousands of cherry blossoms bloom, the sunny clouds intersect, and the temperature is right. In this way, I set off from Osaka. At Tennoji Station, I took the Kintetsu Abenobashi Line to the end of Yoshino. I bought a limited express 1480, which soon arrived in an hour and a half, and the car was much more comfortable than express. These days, the cable car at Yoshino Station is closed, so as soon as I left the station, I saw a dense crowd, mainly Japanese, all queuing up to take the 360 yen bus to Nakasenmoto. I also followed to save my energy. In fact, you can get off from the Ruyilun Temple, and you have good physical strength in the morning. The scenery in Nakasenmoto is already very charming. When the spring breeze blows, the petals are falling, and everyone is softly wowing. It is a wonderful sight. From a thousand books to thousands of books, it's not too tiring. You can pass by several natural viewing platforms in between, and the scenery is invincible. Thousands of water shrines are beautiful, and there is a huge cherry tree inside, which is old. If you want to go to Okusenmoto, take a good rest here. Let’s talk about Okuchimoto, because many people don’t go to Oku from far away. Indeed, the road from the top to Oku is a bit torturous, and there are always cars passing by (by the way, remember to wear a mask), but gradually I find that the scenery tastes more It has become more and more like Alishan, with fewer and fewer cherry blossoms, and more and more virgin forests. It takes about 40 minutes to walk from the upper to the gate of Oku, and the slope is relatively steep, so be prepared. Here is the location of the hidden tower of Gen Yoshitsune. Those who know this history can visit it. When I arrived in Oku, I was the addict who cleared the customs, so I followed the road signs and went up again. About 20 minutes, I arrived at Nishiyuki-an, a small and small repaired temple where the priests of the Kamakura period lived. The style here is completely different from the bottom, the middle and the top, the eyes are yellow and rough, and I thought I went to the northwest. The walking path is very exciting, even if you are not careful, you don't know where you went. It will take more than 20 minutes to return to the hidden tower of Jinfeng Shrine from here, but I think it is worth it. Next, take a break and go all the way down, which will take about one and a half to two hours. To sum up, it takes a long time to come by express express. If you arrive at Yoshino near 10 o'clock, you can finish all the events in Shimochukō Oku and Xixingan (I am a little girl) in one day. Jinfengshan Temple is worth seeing. Don't wear high heels, but some people do. There is no food near Ouchenmoto, and there are buses from Oku, but the frequency is very long. Generally speaking, you will definitely want to play at the bottom, middle and top. Mount Yoshino is more primitive and beautiful. Don't worry, talk less, and you can feel the tranquility of the cherry blossoms. I said a lot, just to give you a reference, nothing more.
e01***90To go to the Kumano Kodo in Nachi, it is best to get off at Kii Katsuura, not at Nachi; Nachi Station is really a small station that cannot be smaller. Get off at Kii Katsuura Station, and you will get a free foot bath at the exit. Kumano Kodo is actually just a trail uphill in the scenic area, with tall cedar trees on both sides
Mie Prefecture Kumano Ancient Road Center
center is to let visitors better understand the history of the Kumano Trail Ise Road, where you can also hold the Kumano Ancient Road history and culture lectures at any time. The center built on the mountain is excellent both in terms of architectural style and vision. In order to facilitate visitors, we have specially set up the promotional video of the Kumano Ancient Road Chinese and the Chinese tour guide dot reading machine. Whether it is for many visits to Japan, or for the first time we contacted the Kumano Trail, it is quite humanized.
Otto fresh fish market OTOTO
Although the size of the seafood market in Shirahama is much smaller, the price of hand-letter and fresh fish is much more friendly. The fish market also provides seafood processing and sashimi. Wait, quite convenient. There is even a limited edition of the Kumano Trail that can be purchased as a replenishment station for travel or a market that is not to be missed.