17 Proofs that Japanese Nature is Like a Gifted Artist Painting Mountains, Meadows, and Valleys

    17 Proofs that Japanese Nature is Like a Gifted Artist Painting Mountains, Meadows, and Valleys

    17 Proofs that Japanese Nature is Like a Gifted Artist Painting Mountains, Meadows, and Valleys
    Tania
    5:13 PM EDT, September 3, 2021, updated: 3:39 PM EDT, September 4, 2021

    Japanese flora is not only the famous cherry trees, whose bloom is lavishly celebrated. In this country you can see stunning bamboo groves, humid equatorial forests, and in mountainous areas - Siberian firs or alpine vegetation. There is something for everyone in Japan, as the country lies within the range of as many as 3 climate zones.

    #1 Bamboo Forest

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    #2 Fields of Flowers in Hokkaido

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    #3 Koi Carp Swimming in a Street Canal

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    #4 Spherical Cloud Resembling a Snowball

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    #5 Place Where the Sea of Japan Meets the Sand Dunes (Tottori Prefecture)

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    #6 Dazzling Wisteria That Is 150 Years Old

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    #7 Blanket of Blue Porcelain at Hitachi Seaside Park

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    #8 This Is the so-Called Japanese Way of the World. It Is Formed When the Autumn Sun Illuminates the Road Leading to Miyajidake Temple in Fukutsu

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    #9 The Blue Light on Toyama Beach Emits a Particular Species of Squid (Watasenia Scintillans). The Spectacle Takes Place in the Spring During the Mollusks’ Spawning Season

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    #10 Moving a Tree During Construction of a New Road

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    #11 Stunning Wisteria That Is 150 Years Old

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    #12 Stone Museum in Chichibu City. The Exhibits Resemble People’s Faces

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    #13 Blooming Japanese Cherry Tree

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    #14 Field of Tulips Against the Background of the Mountains in Toyama

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    #15 Falling Leaves of a Ginkgo Tree That Stands in Front of a Temple

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    #16 An Impressive Maple Tree That Is About 400 Years Old

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    #17 Stone Garden in Front of KongōBU-Ji Temple in KōYa-CHō

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