Natural wonders of Japan
What’s strange in this waterfall – it is wide and flat. Its water is cascading down the cliff and out of the mountain gap. This creates the water table. Countless thin trickle of stui mountains merge into a single colorful waterfall.
Remembering their volcanic origin, the islands of the Izu are constantly active. In this group there are more than a dozen islands, and nine of them – are uninhabited. Eerie island – part of the National Park Fuji-Hakone-Izu.
Lake Ashi – a mirror, which looks at Fuji
Lake Ashi is one of the best places to admire the Fuji. Particularly striking form of Asi is demonstrated during the clear day: then you will see the shining peak of Fuji, the inverted repeats in the lake and the green pine trees that are used for the picture frame. In the immediate vicinity of Lake Ashi in Hakone there is a collection of attractions. During the boat trips can be clearly seen the Hakone volcano, you can visit and boiling Ovakudani Valley and there try black eggs.
Ovakudani is a valley near Hakone, formed in the caldera of an ancient volcano as a result of relatively recent, about three thousand years ago, a steam eruption of Mount Kami.
Sakurajima is constantly active since 1955. Sakurajima volcano belongs to the first category, ie, such that at any moment might begin to erupt.
Beppu is a Japanese city on the island of Kyushu. Located near two volcanoes, geothermal springs Beppu is famous for – its near the town of about 3,200.
It appears twice a day, when into the narrow strait rush the waters of the Pacific Ocean. The difference in water levels between the Pacific Ocean and an inland sea at this point is visible – up to five feet. Water velocity is up to 15 meters per second. It is with such speed that Naruto rotates, the fastest in Japan, and the third-fastest in the world.
Ueno is a famous park in the Japanese capital. His defeated in 1873. An extensive area of ??the park could accommodate buildings and old churches, and many new buildings but still there is a place for the zoo and areas lined different kinds of cherry.
Meoto-willow can be translated as a rock-wife. These are two very large stone, standing in the water close to shore. The larger stone is the Otoko-willow, the husband, and the smaller, Onne-willow, his wife.
Biwa is the largest lake of the country of the rising sun. It has long been famous for its purity and transparency of its waters, but in recent years is an example of effective environmental policies and the right attitude to water. Biwa is important for Japan’s economy from here are extracted fine pearls.
The mountain top at all times is covered with snow. Fuji is a volcano, of course, is the highest in the country (the height of the mountain is 3776 meters).