Walk through the snowy valley Japan
• Japan on a snowy valley Walk
Everywhere it has cherry blossoms, tulips and daffodils, but there are places in Japan, which has not yet stepped spring and which still continues kingdom winter. Today we go into a winter wonderland in Japan.
Blowing the dust off the winter things in a backpack loading hats, mittens and other warm clothes leave the city of Toyama, which is located on the shore of the Sea of Japan on the island of Honshu, about 300 kilometers from Tokyo.
Up to Tateyama on the train ride of about 50 minutes. Time flies by as train rushes past pretty villages and to be straight to these mountains:
On Teteyama station to change trains and by cable car up click on:
rises to 500 meters.
Here is the neighborhood station Bidzodayra:
Take a bus:
Snow gets bigger:
houses here falls asleep on the roof:
In this area is the highest waterfall in Japan. Its height is 350 meters. Unfortunately, outside the weather was bad, so we are not released from the bus admire them. Even on the road you can see whether the 350-year-old, or a 500-year old tree. Meanwhile, snow is growing:
After rising fifteen hundred meters, we found ourselves in Murod:
So much snow in my life seen:
This year, the snow poured two meters more than in the past. The highest point of the wall of snow 17 meters, as evidenced by a sign on the right:
Procedure frozen as it was snowing and strong winds at a height of 2390 meters. I read on the label that the weight of one of the local cube of snow is 500 kg:
That is, this technique paves the way:
Even in the snow very dazzles the eye, it is recommended to grab the sunglasses. Generally, in those places you can wander for a few days. The main thing that lucky with the weather.