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Två bussar som går ner till Bijodaira station, Tateyam, Toyama Prefecture, Japan = shutterstock

Två bussar som går ner till Bijodaira station, Tateyam, Toyama Prefecture, Japan = shutterstock

Toyama Prefecture: bästa attraktioner och saker att göra

Toyama prefecture is on the Sea of Japan side. Toyama prefecture is often called "Hokuriku region" together with Ishikawa prefecture and Fukui prefecture. You can see the Tateyama mountain range in the northernmost part of the Japanese Alps, even from the city center of Toyama city. Every year, snow falls tremendously in the Tateyama mountain range. When spring comes, as the picture above shows, the snow is removed and the bus starts to pass. You can get on the bus and go to see the snowy wall.

I den centrala delen av Honshu finns det ett bergsområde som kallas "Japan-Alperna" med en höjd av 3000 m = Shutterstock 1
Foton: Vet du "Japan Alperna"?

Japan är ett bergigt land. Norr om Mt. Fuji, det finns ett bergsområde som kallas "de japanska Alperna." Berg med en höjd av 2,000 till 3,000 meter är uppradade. Hakuba, Kamikochi och Tateyama är alla en del av de japanska Alperna. Det finns många bergsortområden som kan ...

Outline of Toyama

Snow mountain at Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route, Japan destination travel. The landscape in Toyama city, Japan.

Snow mountain at Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route, Japan destination travel. The landscape in Toyama city, Japan. = Shutterstock

Map of Toyama

Map of Toyama

Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route

Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route = Shutterstock
Foton: Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route

Om du planerar att resa till Japan från slutet av april till början av juni rekommenderar jag bergsområdet från Tateyama till Kurobe i centrala Honshu. Från Tateyama till Kurobe kan du enkelt flytta genom att ansluta buss och ropeway. Du kommer säkert att njuta av den fantastiska snöbilden. InnehållsförteckningFoton ...

Snövägg, Tateyama Kurobe alpin rutt, Japan - Shutterstock
12 bästa snödestinationer i Japan: Shirakawago, Jigokudani, Niseko, Sapporo snöfestival ...

På den här sidan skulle jag vilja presentera om den underbara snöbilden i Japan. Det finns många snöområden i Japan, så det är svårt att bestämma de bästa snödestinationerna. På den här sidan sammanfattade jag de bästa områdena, främst på platser populära bland utländska turister. Jag kommer att dela det ...

The Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route is one of the world's leading mountain sightseeing routes that traverses the mountainous region of Central Honshu at an altitude of 3000 m. It is a magnificent route from Tateyama station in Toyama prefecture to JR Shinano-Omachi station in Nagano prefecture with a total length of about 40km and a height difference of 1,975m. Along the way, you can enjoy the spectacular scenery by using cable cars, ropeways and buses.

The Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route is closed during the winter when there is a great deal of snow in the mountains. It is open from mid-April to the end of November. In spring you can enjoy the amazing world of snow. In summer, you can experience the cool alpine atmosphere. And in the fall, you can admire the magnificent foliage through the ropeway.

Gokayama

Gokayama Village in Toyama Prefecture = AdobeStock

Gokayama Village in Toyama Prefecture = AdobeStock

"Gokayama" is a heavy snowfall area surrounded by steep mountains and snowfall of almost 2m in winter. In Gokayama, unique traditional farmers are still left. Built in an architectural style called "gassho-zukuri," these houses feature steep thatched roofs designed to help the heavy snow that is characteristic of the region.

Gokayama has two gassho-zukuri villages, Ainokura and Suganuma. There are 23 gassho-style houses in Ainokura, and there are souvenir shops, guest houses, and a museum in the village. On the other hand, Suganuma has nine gassho-style houses. Both are smaller than Shirakawa-go, but you can enjoy a more natural atmosphere.

Gokayama Village in Toyama Prefecture = AdobeStock 1
Photos: Gokayama Village in Toyama Prefecture

There are villages collectively called Gokayama in the southwest of the Tonami Plain, Toyama Prefecture. The villages in Gokayama are registered as a World Heritage site along with the famous Shirakawa-go. Gokayama is not as touristy as Shirakawago. I once interviewed a director who filmed a movie in Gokayama. He smiled, ...

Shogawa Gorge cruise

Shogawa Gorge cruise in Toyama Prefecture

Shogawa Gorge cruise in Toyama Prefecture

Shogawa Gorge-kryssningen i Toyama Prefecture10
Foton: Shogawa Gorge-kryssning -River-kryssning i en ren vit värld!

There is a beautiful river called Shogawa near Shirakawa-go and Gokayama, traditional villages registered as World Heritage sites. On this river you can enjoy a cruise called "Shogawa Gorge cruise". This cruise is great even in the fresh green and autumn leaves seasons. However, from late December to late February, you ...

Tonami Plain

Tonami Plain in Toyama Prefecture = Pixta

Tonami Plain in Toyama Prefecture = Pixta

If I was asked by someone, "Where is the most beautiful rice field landscape in Japan?" I would answer, "It's the Tonami Plain." In the Tonami Plain of Toyama Prefecture, vast rice fields spread out as shown in the above photo. About 7000 farmhouses are scattered and each has a windbreak forest. The view from the hills is spectacular.

Generally, farmhouses are gathered in rural Japan, but in Tonami Plain, farmhouses are scattered. This is because in the Edo period, each farm was given the land it had reclaimed. Each farmer built a windbreak forest around his residence. These forests served as accents, creating a beautiful rural landscape.

Tonami Plain in Toyama Prefecture = Pixta 3
Photos: Tonami Plain in Toyama Prefecture

If someone wants to take pictures of the beautiful rice fields in Japan, I recommend going to the Tonami Plain in Toyama Prefecture. In Tonami, about 7000 farmhouses are scattered and each has a windbreak forest. Rice fields spread around the houses, and the surface of the rice fields and rice ...

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2020-05-14

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