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Matsumoto Castle. Matsumoto, Nagano Prefecture, Japan

Matsumoto Castle. Matsumoto, Nagano Prefecture, Japan

Heavens on Earth of Japan - Happo is a small lake belongs to Nagano province. It is covered by mountain ranges at a height of 2060 meter compared to the sea level. With such a relatively small area, Happo is well-known for heavenly beauty and calm surface which reflecting the over 3000-meter mountain peaks all the year.Hello world

Heavens on Earth of Japan - Happo is a small lake belongs to Nagano province. It is covered by mountain ranges at a height of 2060 meter compared to the sea level. With such a relatively small area, Happo is well-known for heavenly beauty and calm surface which reflecting the over 3000-meter mountain peaks all the year.Hello world

Shirakoma Pond (Koumi-machi, Nagano Prefecture, Japan)Shirakoma Pond is a beautiful lake  It is surrounded by subalpine nature, located in North Yatsugatake mountain, Nagano prefecture. With an elevation about 2,100m from the sea level this is the highest lake in Japan [1].Photo credit: ©Agustin Rafael Reyes  (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)

Shirakoma Pond (Koumi-machi, Nagano Prefecture, Japan)Shirakoma Pond is a beautiful lake It is surrounded by subalpine nature, located in North Yatsugatake mountain, Nagano prefecture. With an elevation about 2,100m from the sea level this is the highest lake in Japan [1].Photo credit: ©Agustin Rafael Reyes (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)

Set on the coast of the Sea of Japan, Toyama gets hit with more than 143 inches of snow per year, though it also enjoys hot, humid summers. The city is next to Nagano, site of the 1998 Winter Olympics, and is also home to the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route, the famous mountain sightseeing route that has an altitude change of 1,975 meters, or 6,479.66 feet.

The 8 Snowiest Cities in the World - Photos

Set on the coast of the Sea of Japan, Toyama gets hit with more than 143 inches of snow per year, though it also enjoys hot, humid summers. The city is next to Nagano, site of the 1998 Winter Olympics, and is also home to the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route, the famous mountain sightseeing route that has an altitude change of 1,975 meters, or 6,479.66 feet.

Set on the coast of the Sea of Japan, Toyama gets hit with more than 143 inches of snow per year, though it also enjoys hot, humid summers. The city is next to Nagano, site of the 1998 Winter Olympics, and is also home to the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route, the famous mountain sightseeing route that has an altitude change of 1,975 meters, or 6,479.66 feet.

The 8 Snowiest Cities in the World - Photos

Set on the coast of the Sea of Japan, Toyama gets hit with more than 143 inches of snow per year, though it also enjoys hot, humid summers. The city is next to Nagano, site of the 1998 Winter Olympics, and is also home to the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route, the famous mountain sightseeing route that has an altitude change of 1,975 meters, or 6,479.66 feet.

Set on the coast of the Sea of Japan, Toyama gets hit with more than 143 inches of snow per year, though it also enjoys hot, humid summers. The city is next to Nagano, site of the 1998 Winter Olympics, and is also home to the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route, the famous mountain sightseeing route that has an altitude change of 1,975 meters, or 6,479.66 feet.

The 8 Snowiest Cities in the World - Photos

Set on the coast of the Sea of Japan, Toyama gets hit with more than 143 inches of snow per year, though it also enjoys hot, humid summers. The city is next to Nagano, site of the 1998 Winter Olympics, and is also home to the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route, the famous mountain sightseeing route that has an altitude change of 1,975 meters, or 6,479.66 feet.

Koi pond. Masuichi Kyakudan Hotel, Obuse, Nagano Prefecture, Japan

Koi pond. Masuichi Kyakudan Hotel, Obuse, Nagano Prefecture, Japan

Cherry Blossom    Art and Natural History Museum, Ilda, Nagano

Cherry Blossom Art and Natural History Museum, Ilda, Nagano

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