عکس باورنکردنی از طبیعت ژاپن

به گزارش ویرلن ؛ کشور ژاپن با دارا بودن جاذبه های پر شمار یکی از مقاصد گردشگران علاقمند به طبیعت و مناظر است. در این میان با وجودی که “باغ کاواچی فوجی” در شهر “کیتاکیوشو” مشهورترین مناظر طبیعی به خاطر تونل رویایی و باورنکردنی ویستریا در جهان است اما این کشور جاذبه‌ها دیدنی دیگری نیز در خود دارد که چشم هر بیننده‌ای را خیره می‌کند.

 

Walking into an oil painting? The fragrant wisteria tunnel, the most stunning display at the Kawachi Fuji Garden, makes it possible. <br />With flowering vines overhead, the walkway is said to inspire a zen-like calm in visitors. <br />The garden displays about 150 wisteria plants of 20 different species. <br />It hosts the annual Wisteria Festival at the end of April, when the flowers are in full bloom.<em><br /><a href="http://japan-magazine.jnto.go.jp/en/1502_wisteria.html" target="_blank">Kawachi Fuji Garden</em></a><em>, 2-2-48 Kawachi, Kitakyushu, Fukuoka, Japan; +81 936 52 0334</em>
Kawachi Fuji Garden

 

The hike to Happo pond from Hakuba -- a village known for its winter skiing amid the mountains of Nagano Prefecture -- is a classic trail in the Japanese Alps. <br />Surrounded by the Hakuba Peaks, the pond is 2,060 meters above sea level. <br />What the pond lacks in size, it makes up for in beauty, reflecting the 3,000 meter tall peaks in its quiet waters.<em><br /><a href="http://www.hakuba-happo.or.jp/" target="_blank">Hakuba Happo-one Nature Study Trail</em></a><em>, Hakuba Happo-one Sky Resort, Hakuba, Nagano, Japan; +81 261 72 3066</em>
Happo pond

 

The 123 Torii gates stretches from the Motonosumi-Inari Shrine to the cliff overlooking the ocean.<br />Motonosumi-Inari is a popular shrine where locals wish for success.<br />The final Torii's donation box is placed out of reach at the top of the gate. It's believed that if you can successfully toss money into the box, all your wishes will come true.<em><br /><a href="http://www.nanavi.jp/page/detail.php?id=310" target="_blank">Motonosumi-Onari Shrine</em></a><em>, 498 Yuyatsuo, Nagato, Yamaguchi, Japan; +81 837 23 1137</em>
Motonosumi-Onari Shrine

 

Nachi Falls, at 133-meters high, is the biggest waterfall in Japan. <br />It steals some of the attention from Kumano Nachi Taishai, a sacred shrine built close by.<br />It's usually the last stop of the scenic pilgrimage known as Kumano Kodo. <br />Find out how to tackle <a href="http://edition.cnn.com/2013/05/06/travel/japan-kumano-kodo-hike/">Kumano Kodo, world's best unknown hike here</a>.<br /><em><a href="https://www.wakayama-kanko.or.jp/world/english/things/history/list01/detail011.html" target="_blank">Nachi Falls</em></a><em>, Nachikatsuura, Wakayama, Japan</em>
Nachi Fall

 

With 15 slopes and 12 courses, Zao Onsen is one of the most well known ski resorts in Japan. <br />But travelers come to Zao not only for the snow-capped mountain but the trees.<br />Extreme snow and seasonal winds cocoon the mountain's pine trees during the coldest winter months, creating snow towers in obscure forms known as "ice monsters" or Juhyo in Japanese.<em><br /><a href="http://www.zao-spa.or.jp/english/index.html" target="_blank">Zao onsen ski resort</em></a><em>, Yamagata, Japan; +81 23 694 9328</em>
Zao ski resorts

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