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Yamura rest area in Chuo Expway

Published 4 months ago by Taro Tsubomura

It was 10 days after the heavy snowfall in Kanto area, Japan. This is a small rest area along the Chuo Expway.

Seiseki Kinenkan Museum

Published 4 months ago by Taro Tsubomura

The Seiseki Kinenkan, which means a saint memorial building, was built in 1930, in the memorial of Meiji Emperor visiting her<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/seiseki-kinenkan-museum-tama-tokyo-japan">...(more)</a>

Sakuragaoka park

Published 4 months ago by Taro Tsubomura

Sakuragaoka park is one of the parks maintained by Tokyo metropolitan office. The park is located on a hill in Tama area. Cherry blossom trees are famous in this park, but we can see some apricot flowers in march.

Mogusaen Garden

Published 4 months ago by Taro Tsubomura

Mogusaen is a small garden located on the small hill in the west area of Tokyo. We can have Japanese noodle, Soba, in the old building.

Plum flowers in Mogusaen

Published 4 months ago by Taro Tsubomura

Mogusaen is a Japanese garden originally made in Edo period. The garden is not so large, but is famous for Japanese apricot flowers in late winter.

Yui Rest area along the Tomei Highway

Published 5 months ago by Taro Tsubomura

Tomei highway is one of the most crowded highway in Japan. This is a small rest area in the highway. The sea you see is the pacific ocean. Sometimes the highway was closed because of bad weather.

Begonia flowers in a greenhouse

Published 5 months ago by Taro Tsubomura

The small room in a huge greenhouse is filled with colorful begonia flowers. All people say WOW!! when they are entering to this room from the door seen in the back.

Big fountain in Hamamatsu flower park.

Published 5 months ago by Taro Tsubomura

The water really dances on the big fountain in the park with music. The square pond was surrounded by beautiful plants.

Hamamatsu Flower park

Published 5 months ago by Taro Tsubomura

Hamamatsu flower park was opened in 1970 and has 300,000 square meters. The park was founded by Hamamatsu city. The tulip flowers are in full bloom even in cold wind in February.

Kanzanji hot spring resort; night view

Published 5 months ago by Taro Tsubomura

Kanzanji onsen (hot spring) was found in 1958 and now there are many hotels and recreational facilities around the are<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/kanzanji-resort-night-hamamatsu-shizukoka-japan">...(more)</a>

Ashigara rest area with snow

Published 5 months ago by Taro Tsubomura

On 14th Feb. 2014, there was heavy snowfall in East Japan. It requires about three days to re-open the Tomei highway af<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/ashigara-rest-area-snow-gotemba-shizuoka-japan">...(more)</a>

Tokyo Snowfall in a small park, Feb. 2014

Published 6 months ago by Taro Tsubomura

On 8th Feb. 2014, heavy snow hit Kanto erea in Japan. The snowfall in Tokyo is the heaviest since 1994. Many transportation systems were affected, but children were enjoying to play with snow.

Tokyo Snowfall at night Feb.2014

Published 6 months ago by Taro Tsubomura

Heavy snow continued to fall in the night of 8th Feb. 2014. We have seldom seen such scene in Tokyo.

Frozen Stream in a Forest

Published 6 months ago by Taro Tsubomura

This is in the Tomin no mori (Forest for the people of Tokyo metropolis) park. There is a falls (Otaki falls) just down the stream.

Mt. Mitosan, east peak (1530 m)

Published 6 months ago by Taro Tsubomura

Mt. Mitosan has three peaks, east, center and west.  This is an observatory deck build just near the east peak.

Mt. Mitosan (1527 m) in winter

Published 6 months ago by Taro Tsubomura

Mt. Mitosan is located on the border of Tokyo and Yanamashi prefecture. The mountain was named from the fact that it has three summits<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/mt-mitosan-hinohara-tokyo-japan">...(more)</a>

Inside Hemoglobin

Published 6 months ago by Taro Tsubomura

This is the protein Hemogrobin. Hemoglobin is one of the most well-known protein, which transports oxygen in our blood. A human being has several hu<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/inside-hemoglobin">...(more)</a>

Ohtaki falls, Ohtake stream

Published 6 months ago by Taro Tsubomura

Ohtaki, which means a large falls, is actually not a large falls.  The trecking road along the stream is very comfortable. In winter, a part of the falls is frozen as you see in the panorama.

Grape Hill park in Yamanashi

Published 6 months ago by Taro Tsubomura

This hill, Grape Hill, is rising in the Kofu basin. On the top of the hill, Hot spring, restaurant and souvenir shop are there and ma<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/grape-hill-koshu-yamanashi-japan">...(more)</a>