Nakano Fudoson is a shrine out in the Fukushima countryside away from the city. The natural beauty and waterfall are breathtaking. Follow along in video and learn about this amazing location. Stay tuned at the end to get full directions, costs, tips, and more.
So today we are talking about cherry picking. No not the kind where you keep the info you like. No, actual cherry picking in Yamagata Prefecture in Northern Japan.
Come with us as we explore the many All-You-Can-Eat orchards in the summer.
This is the part 2 to the Koei Suisan adventure. We originally started at the shop with what they sell and do there, but now we are looking at Koei Suisan from a different perspective. This time we get to see how they get the items from the boat. That’s right, we are taking to sea in the Matsushima Bay area to see the job up close and personal.
There is a little fishing shop in the Isozaki harbor in the City of Matsushima with the best oysters in Japan. Follow along with us as we look at what they sell at Koei Suisan and how they process their goods on site. This place comes highly recommended if you are traveling in or around Miyagi Prefecture in Japan.
Uchi guesthouse is an amazing place to stay in Matsushima in Miyagi Prefecture. Not only are the prices significantly less than those of a business hotel. Eiju the owner is very fluent in English making it easy for anyone traveling in and around Matsushima. The guesthouse has many other extras, but you can see them in the video, or you can check them out on the Uchi website in English.
Sabakoyu is a public bath that has been in Izaka Onsen in Fukushima city since the 17th century. We will explore this public bath, tell you what a public bath is, give you some history not commonly known, and even show you proper Japanese etiquette. Don’t worry, there is no nudity featured in the video.
There are travel costs and directions given in the video.
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Up high in the mountains on Mt. Zao in Miyagi Prefecture sits a little animal reserve. This animal reserve specializes in foxes. Though they do research on canine diseases, they also open the park up to the public where you can play, interact, feed, and even hold the foxes. Come join us on an adventure you’ll never forget.
Are you the adventurous type? Are you looking for that spot that is not highly traveled? Maybe you are just a nature nut and love the beauty of the forest and ocean combined. Well have we got a place for you. This peninsula is located off the beaten path and offers an exquisite look into the natural beauty of the Matsushima Bay.
We changed the Intro video for the channel. Before uploading, I thought it would be great, but afterward, I realized that I needed to do some voice over explanation. Check it out here.
Yamadera is a location of a mountain temple. Climb to the top and view the entire valley below. Get detailed direction to the location for those traveling by train and those by car. Find out about the temple’s long history and even its special spiritual power.