Final post on my Michinoku Coastal Trail (Hachinohe Section) hike where I explored the Yodo-no-Matsubara (Yodo Pine Grove) and Tanesashi Natural Lawn.
Part 4 of my Michinoku Coastal Trail (Hachinohe Section) walk, where I passed through the Fukakubo Fishing Harbour Area, walked along Cape Tamurazaki, and marvelled at the sight of the Shiraiwa Rock.
Part 3 of my Michinoku Coastal Trail (Hachinohe Section) walk, exploring the floral shore – Nakasuka, and the singing beach – Osuka Beach.
Part 2 of my Michinoku Coastal Trail Walk (Hachinohe Section) where I headed to Ashigezaki Observatory.
Walking the Hachinohe Section of the 700km Michinoku Coastal Trail which runs along the Tohoku Pacific Coast. In this post, I cover the start of the trail to Kabushima Island known for being a breeding ground of black-tailed gulls, to Samekado Lighthouse.
Yashima is a good side trip from Takamatsu in Kagawa Prefecture. There are a number of attractions on the summit including observation decks overlooking Takamatsu city and the Seto Inland Sea, the Yashima Temple, the Yashima no Ki castle ruins, and the New Yashima Aquarium.
Basking in the beautiful sights of Kankakei Gorge in Shodoshima via the Kankakei Ropeway, a 5 minutes ride. The view of the sky, sea and gorge all in one is one of the most beautiful sights I have seen, added with the fiery autumn colors appearing in the second half of November.
Taking a stroll on Angel Road, a sandbar which appears only twice a day during low tide. Famous as a lover’s sanctuary, Angel Road is known to fulfil love wishes by crossing the sandbar with a loved one.
Hakuba in green season offers a plethora of outdoor activities such as hiking, kayaking, mountain-biking and more. I hiked to Happo-ike or Happo Pond on this clear weather to see the beautiful pond with the reflection of the Hakuba Sanzan – Mt. Shakushi, Mt. Yari, and Mt. Shirouma.
Riding only one roller-coaster at Fuji-Q Highland due to the long queues and visiting beautiful Shibazakura Festival near Lake Motosuko.
A trip to one of the Three Views of Japan – Amanohashidate, roughly translates to “bridge to heaven”. Viewing the sandbar from the southern and northern bays, walking on the pine-tree covered sandbar, and side visits to Chionji and Motoise Kono Jinja.