A new found heaven.Our family's small house on the Kobuchizawa's mountain, Japan. Found some really wild little mountain roads, some rough stuff but no traffic and great scenery.Log cabin-style lodge made of Western cedar tree, offers warmth of wood in winter and calmness in summer.Another striking characteristic of Kobuchizawa is the natural bounty of the fruit and other crops that have found a home here, including cherries, peaches, plums, grapes, pears, persimmons, kiwi, and apples. A big thank you to Ozawa's family !
I once again set off for another suggested walk in Kobuchizawa. Initially, I was going to try the Mt.Fuji hike, but after reading stories on the internet about people getting lost and parts of the referenced trail no longer being there, I decided to forced the Ozawa to drive to Mount Fuji Station 5.
What a lovely interior!
Yamanashi Grapes - On my next visit to Yamanashi, I wanna make sure to visit wine bars or go grape-picking to enjoy Yamanashi experiences.
Friendly neighbourhood....Yamanashi is an excellent place for wild landscapes with a wide variety of plants and insects.
I do not know whether I was then a man dreaming I was a butterfly,or whether I am now a butterfly dreaming I am a man? Love this pix.
To bee or not to bee
Rest & Relax at Biwako,Shiga Prefecture while on the way back from Yamanashi to Kyoto !
Lake Biwa from the highway. Lake Biwa is actually Japan's largest freshwater lake that dominates the Shiga prefecture.
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