Icicle art in Onouchi Valley
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Icicle art in Onouchi Valley

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These icicles are artificially made for tourists by the people lived in this village.  It is very cold in this valley.  Water streams are constantly fallen on the side of the valley, so the icicles are grown.  50 thousands people will come to see the scence in this winter.  

 It was a very difficult task for me to take pano on the swinging suspension bridge.

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A: Onouchi Valley Icicle Art

Фотограф: Taro Tsubomura, На расстоянии 20 метров отсюда

Onouchi valley is located in the mountain area in Saitama Prefecture.  The Ice art has been made in w...

Onouchi Valley Icicle Art

B: Mt.Ryogami(Higashidake)

Фотограф: H.Sakoda, На расстоянии 2.5 км отсюда

Mt.Ryogami(Higashidake)

C: Mt.Ryogami

Фотограф: H.Sakoda, На расстоянии 3.1 км отсюда

Mt.Ryogami

D: Kan-na-machi town office, Nakazato branch (outside)

Фотограф: Hiroky OGAWA, На расстоянии 6.1 км отсюда

It has never been used as a public office though it was planned as a Nakazato-mura village office. Be...

Kan-na-machi town office, Nakazato branch (outside)

E: Kan-na-machi town office, Nakazato branch (outside)

Фотограф: Hiroky OGAWA, На расстоянии 6.2 км отсюда

It has never been used as a public office though it was planned as a Nakazato-mura village office. Be...

Kan-na-machi town office, Nakazato branch (outside)

F: Mt.Kasamaru, with azalea

Фотограф: H.Sakoda, На расстоянии 11.8 км отсюда

Mt.Kasamaruyama (1189m), Gunma Prefecture Ueno village.It would climb in about one hour from the foot...

Mt.Kasamaru, with azalea

G: Icicles of Misotsuchi, Chichibu, Saitama, Japan

Фотограф: Thomas Humeau, На расстоянии 12.4 км отсюда

 With chilly winter weather now in full swing across the nation, icicles have grown to extremely larg...

Icicles of Misotsuchi, Chichibu, Saitama, Japan

H: Icicles of Misotsuchi, Chichibu, Saitama, Japan

Фотограф: Thomas Humeau, На расстоянии 12.4 км отсюда

With chilly winter weather now in full swing across the nation, icicles have grown to extremely large...

Icicles of Misotsuchi, Chichibu, Saitama, Japan

I: Mt.Shirake of Autumn(Gunma)

Фотограф: H.Sakoda, На расстоянии 16.6 км отсюда

Mt.Shirake of Autumn(Gunma)

J: Mt.Shirake

Фотограф: H.Sakoda, На расстоянии 16.6 км отсюда

Mt.Shirake

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