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Ojiro Hot Spring Park

Published 10 months ago by Taro Tsubomura

The building seen in the left is a hot-spring house. The spring is famous for the very concentrated contents in water.

Sanflower in Zama

Published 11 months ago by Taro Tsubomura

Zama Sunflower Festival has been opened in every summer. Total 450 thousands numbers of sunflowers greet us with smile in several sunflo<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/sanflower-zama-kanagawa-japan">...(more)</a>

Sunflower maze in Akishima

Published 11 months ago by Taro Tsubomura

This is a maze made of many sunflowers. These sunflowers has been planted by children of an elementary school in Akishima city.

Mt. Asama and Onioshidashi park

Published 11 months ago by Taro Tsubomura

Mt. Asama is one of the famous active volcano in Japan. In recent years, eruptions have been observed in 2004, 2008, 2<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/mt-asama-onioshidashi-park-tsumagoi-gunma-japan">...(more)</a>

Asama Ohtaki Falls

Published 11 months ago by Taro Tsubomura

Asama Ohtaki may be the largest falls in this area. The height (ca. 15 m) is not so high, but we can see powerful waterflow. Even in the mid summer, the temperature around the falls is low.

Shiraito Falls, Karuizawa

Published 11 months ago by Taro Tsubomura

There are some different "Shiraito falls" in Japan. This falls is not a large one, but very famous. Several decades ago, the num<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/shiraito-falls-karuizawa-nagano-japan">...(more)</a>

Harunire Terrace

Published 11 months ago by Taro Tsubomura

Harunire Terrace was opend at 2009. There are many restaurant and unique shops. ”Harunire” means Elm tree, there are many elm trees in this area, so the mall is named after the trees.

Karuizawa Kogen Church

Published 11 months ago by Taro Tsubomura

Karuizawa Kogen Church was founded in 1912, after a Canadian missionay, Alexander C. Shaw, visited here at 1886. Summer candle nights event is held in august, every year.

Nijino-matsubara beach

Published 11 months ago by Taro Tsubomura

Nijinomatsubara (which means the pine-tree forest of rainbow) is one of the nice spots for swimming in North Kyushu. The man<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/nijino-matsubara-beach-karatsu-saga-japan">...(more)</a>

Inside Nijino-matsubara

Published 11 months ago by Taro Tsubomura

Nijino-matsubara is located in front of the Karatsu-bay, and the length of the forest area is about 5 km. In the old days i<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/inside-nijino-matsubara-karatsu-saga-japan">...(more)</a>

Nijino-matsubara Hotel and Beach near sunset

Published 11 months ago by Taro Tsubomura

This is one of the nice spots for family in North Kyushu. The hotel located on the seaside is maintained by Karatsu city, so we can stay there with comparatively cheap cost.

Wild lily in Naganuma park

Published about 1 year ago by Taro Tsubomura

This is in the Naganuma park, which is maintained by Tokyo Metropolitan government. Many wild plants are preserved in thi<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/wild-lily-naganuma-park-hachioji-tokyo-japan">...(more)</a>

Inter-University Seminar House

Published about 1 year ago by Taro Tsubomura

This anti-pyramid shaped architecture is the main building of the Inter-University Seminar House in Hachioji city.<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/inter-university-seminar-house-hachioji-tokyo-japan">...(more)</a>

Sleeping bear dunes, upper point

Published about 1 year ago by Taro Tsubomura

Many people are playing at the dune climb. This hill is larger than first glance. We can see Glen Lakes from this point.

Sleeping Bear Dunes, lower point

Published about 1 year ago by Taro Tsubomura

We can climb the dune hill directly from the parking lot. The driver of our bus recommended to take off the shoes and climb the hill on bear foot.

Steep Bluff at Sleeping Bear Dunes, National Lakeshore

Published about 1 year ago by Taro Tsubomura

This is really amazing scene. The 450 feet bluff is very steep and leads to directly toward the Lake Michigan. Some people try <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/steep-bluff-sleeping-bear-dunes-mi-usa">...(more)</a>

Sleeping Bear Dunes, Observatory point

Published about 1 year ago by Taro Tsubomura

This observatory point is located along the Pirce Stocking Scenic Drive. This point is an introduction of the amazing scene of the National Lakeshore.

Grand Traverse Resort &amp; Spa

Published about 1 year ago by Taro Tsubomura

I stayed in the hotel to attend the International Symposium on a filed of chemistry. This is one of the largest hotels in this area. There are golf course, indoor and outdoor pools, large halls.

Rainbow at the international meeting

Published about 1 year ago by Taro Tsubomura

ISPPCC (International Symposium on the Photophysics and Photochemistry of Coordination Compounds) was held at the G<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/rainbow-international-meeting-traverse-sity-mi-usa">...(more)</a>

Minamisawa Hydrangea valley

Published about 1 year ago by Taro Tsubomura

In June, Japanese people go to gardens to see Hydrangea flowers. In this valley, Minamisawa family planted numerous numbers of Hydrangea trees over many years.