Wednesday, August 27, 2014

WILD FLOWERS IN HAKUBA.

There are 4 main highlands in Hakuba. Happo-One, Tugaike,Goryu and Iwadake.  I already uploaded Iwadake lily garden.  I want to upload wild flower photos in other highlands.

 白馬には八方尾根、栂池高原、五竜遠見 と岩岳の4つの高原があります。 岩岳を除いた3つ                     の高原の山野草を特集してみました。

It takes 20 minutes by cable car and 8 minutes by another cable car  to Tugaike highlands.

このゴンドラルフトに20分乗って。


This cable car would start every 20 minutes.

このロープウエイに8分乗ると栂池高原に着きます。


Tugaike highlands. 栂池自然園です。


A cave from which cold winds blow. The temperature is about 7°C.

風穴です。 中の温度は約7度です。

An open air restaurant at Happo-One.

八方尾根、うさぎ平のレストランです。

We could see hang gliders when we were eating lunch in this restaurant.

昼食をとりながら、ハンググライダーの飛行を見ました。


There were many many wild flowers were blooming.

咲いていた花々です。

Hakusan-Shajin. ハクサンシャジン。


Umebachisoh. ウメバチソウ。


Iwa-Shobu. イワショーブ。


Iwa-Icho. イワイチョウ。


Yama-Hahako. ヤマハハコ。


Shirobana-Nigana. シロバナニガナ。


Ibuki-Toranoo. イブキトラノオ。


Kinugasasoh. キヌガサソウ。


Hakusan-Ichige. ハクサンイチゲ。


Karamatusoh. カラマツソウ。


Asagirisoh. アサギリソウ。


Watasuge. ワタスゲ(果穂)。


Watasuge.


Blue poppy. ヒマラヤの青いケシ。


Nokon-Giku. ノコンギク。


Matumusisoh. マツムシソウ。


Hiogi-Ayame. ヒオウギアヤメ。


Tateyama-Rindo. タテヤマリンドウ。


Oyama-Rindo. オヤマリンドウ。


Tori-Kabuto. トリカブト。


Balbon flower. キキョウ。


Kugaisoh. クガイソウ。


Shimotukesoh. シモツケソウ。



Shimotukesoh.


Waremoko. ワレモコウ(吾も亦紅)


Karaitosoh. カライトソウ。


Karaitosoh.



Hushiguro-Senno. フシグロセンノウ。


Kurumayuri. クルマユリ。



Kurumayuri.


Hi-Ogi. ヒオウギ。


Enbusenno. エンビセンノウ。


Hakusan-Huro. ハクサンフウロ。


Shinano-Nadeshiko. シナノナデシコ。


Oni-Shiogama. オニシオガマ。


Asagimadara(butterfly). アサギマダラ。

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  1. The photos are so pretty and nice! I love these flowers - Karamatusoh, Asagirisoh and Watasuge. They are so unusual and we don't see them in my country...
    The hang gliding sports is really exciting to watch from the open air restaurant. I would love to read a book there or just take a nap. The view must be fabulous!

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  2. The views from the cable car are spectacular Minoru. Climb it deserves it. Beautiful flowers !!
    Buen miércoles.
    Un abrazo.

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  3. Thank you for sharing the lovely flowers Minoru. :)

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  4. Hello Minoru,
    The highlands are beautiful. The wild flowers are all gorgeous. A few of them look familiar, but they don't grow wild here. Thank you for sharing!

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  5. So much beauty packed into one post! This is why I love the mountains most of all. :-) That restaurant - I wouldn't be able to take my eyes off the view long enough to look at my meal! So breathtaking. The gondolas look fun, but I'll leave the paragliding (a little bit different than hang-gliding) to others braver than I ~ but what a view and what peaceful silence they must experience up there! (We used to have a lot of paragliders floating over our house in the mountains, often riding the thermals along with the hawks and eagles!) The flowers are all stunning, of course. No way to choose a favorite from this beautiful batch! Thank you for sharing these wonderful photos, Minoru!

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      Thank you very much for your comment. Sorry,I found they were paragliders. little bit confussion among Japanese people. I imagine you live near the highlands just as same as these highlands.
      I feel very happy you like my post. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. 栂池、岩岳はスキーで行っただけですが夏もいいですね。涼しい空気の中、ウサギ平の屋上レストランで食事をする至福の時。もう高原は秋の気配が感じられます。マツムシソウとノコンギクは大好きな花、タテヤマリンドウの青にはハット見惚れました。シモツケソウのカーペットも見事です。ぜひ行ってみたいです!

    前ポストも拝見しました。スキースロープを花畑にするのがトレンドのようです。痛んでいないきれいなゆりを選んで撮影されましたね。滋賀県の函館山も夏にはゆり園に変わります。大阪の海浜、舞洲のゆり園では海を見下ろすゆりたちに圧倒されました。

    明日からまた3歳の孫が泊りにきます。夏は母の供養と孫とのふれあいで過ぎていきました。秋には旅に出たいです。

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    1. Dear Yoko sama.
      こんばんは。 私は、白馬はスキーに行くには遠すぎて、長野から高速バスでよく奥志賀高原に行きました。
       一番素晴らしかったのは、ニセコです。 夏の白馬は最近だけでも5回目です。 山野草のファンには最高の場所です。
       お孫さんのお世話は」楽しくも有り、大変でも有るそうですね。伏すこの嫁さんにはまだ子供が出来ません。
       秋の御旅行のブログを楽しみにしています。

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  8. An airy restaurant! Beautiful flowers in the highlands. Some of them are familiar, others not, like the Hakusan-Shajin. Very pretty butterfly!

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  9. What an amazing place ! And these flowers are SO gorgeous !
    Greetings.

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  10. So many delicate beauties!!!

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  11. Hello, what a beautiful post. The scenery is gorgeous! And I love all the beautiful flowers.. A wonderful post, Minoru.

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  12. I love all the flowers! Your photos are gorgeous!

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  13. 室堂でも確かに花は咲いていましたが、アルプスの絶景と広大な空間に気を取られていました。花を見つける目、それを写しとる技術もすばらしいです。青いケシ、タテヤマリンドウ、ハクサンシャジン・・・どれもほんとに美しく愛らしいです。アサギマダラもバッチリですね。

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      こんばんは。ありがとうございます。 花を見るのに栂池と八方尾根はかなり素敵なところです。是非一度、訪ねて下さい。

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  14. Greetings Minoru! There are so many beautiful wildflowers in this post! I like the way you've grouped them by color. The view from the open-air restaurant is fantastic. What a wonderful trip!

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      Thank you very much for your comment. You noticed the grouping,I feel very happy.

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  15. beautiful scenery and gorgeous floral images.

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  16. Wonderful shots of the flowers!

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  17. the wildflowers are incredible. i like the watasuge the most because i haven' t seen anythign similar here.

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  18. So many beautiful flowers! Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  19. A fabulous capture of those hang gliders - I imagine they were quite mesmerising from your vantage spot. A glorious series of wildflower shots too. Thank you for sharing.

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  20. Great post!
    http://amitaag.blogspot.in/2014/08/summer.html

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  21. What a magical place. I love all the flowers with their varied colors.

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  22. So many beautiful flowers, you found here, Minoru.
    I have never seen a blue poppy, and oh my goodness, it is so gorgeous!
    I would love to try to hang glide, but I do not think I'd ever be brave enough!

    Have a wonderful weekend, my friend!

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    1. Dear Lisa.
      Thank you very much for your comment. The poppy came from Himaraya. Very rare even in Japan.

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  23. There are mushrooms, there are birds,

    and there are flowers.

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  24. 大きな雪渓をもつ白馬岳には登った事がないですが、八方尾根や、栂池には昔スキーに行ました。黒菱のゲレンデで、ころんで、ころころころげ落ちたのを思い出します。ウサギ平にこんな素敵なレストランがあるんですね。行ってみたいです。高山植物きれいに撮られてますね。
    Have a nice day!

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    1. Dear sarah.
      こんばんは。私はスキーでここに来た事はありませんが、植物観察では、5,6 回目です。季節によって咲く花が異なるので飽きません。 うさぎ平のレストランは裏側にあるので、見逃されやすいです。 その分、すいていました。

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  25. 彡✿⊱·..
    A paisagem é encantadora!
    As flores maravilhosas, amei a última foto.
    。♡♡彡
    Bom fim de semana!
    Beijinhos.
    ✿° ·..

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  26. What a spectacular post. I can't think of a more delightful day than the one you spent. The outdoor restaurant, with that amazing view, and all those beautiful wildflowers are incredible. I don't know any of those flowers. Thank you so much for sharing such lovely scenes with us.

    I was fortunate to visit Japan twice in recent years....five days the first time in Tokyo where I got to meet forensic nurse colleagues and physicians who also do work with sexual assault cases. Several of us became immediate friends and I was invited back - as their guest, with two friends, to teach. We spent a day in Tokyo, three days in Kyoto/Osaka, and three wonderful days in Akita - the trip of a lifetime.

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  27. I love viewing all your flowers from the highlands - I like the way you have grouped the flowers by colour!
    Looks a brilliant day out.
    Wren x

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  28. Beautiful photos, thanks for linking up with us at Our Beautiful World!!!!

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  29. What a lovely adventure! I really love tiny little blossoms like the ones you shared. Awesome!

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  30. Such a beautiful range of flowers and lovely colors! I love wild flowers. Have a nice day.

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  31. Nice shots the flowers are very pretty

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  32. Beautiful photos and beautiful flowers ... Thanks so much for sharing at Our Beautiful World!

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  33. Hello Minoru,

    Gorgeous shots! I especially like that blue poppy. Thanks for sharing today.

    Have a Happy Blue Monday!

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  34. Hi, great pictures! Hakuba town is full of great views and beautiful flowers.

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  35. Lovely series of flowers that I have not seen before, and of course a lovely butterfly♪ http://lauriekazmierczak.com/hole-on-hold/

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  36. Fantastic series of wild flower photos.....the highland meadow looks very beautiful too.
    Thank you!

    Enjoy your week Minoru,
    Ruby

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  37. A truly stunning collection! The flowers are wonderful and I really love the butterfly :-) Happy Blue Monday!

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  38. Beautiful photos of so many wildflowers Minoru' You know how to use your camera so well.
    Happy Blue Monday

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  39. Lovely flowers, lovely photos!
    I want to invite you to the new home of Wordless Wednesday (on Tuesday) at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/ each week at midnight Tuesday, EST. And you're welcome to share your blog button for your recurring link-up at the page devoted to Wordless linkups - just remember to use your main blog url rather than a link to an individual post.

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  40. Wonderful shots and such a profusion of wildflowers!
    Thank you for participating in last week's Floral Friday Fotos. Look forward to seeing you link up again this week.

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  41. Olá amiga, vim desejar-lhe um abençoado início de mês.
    Doce abraço Marie.

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  43. Thank you for sharing your photos at the new home for Wordless Wednesday (on Tuesday) at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/. I hope to see you each week!

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  45. wonderful series Minoru… I especially do love that blue poppy! Thanks for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro:-)

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  46. Absolutely gorgeoous photos. I love the Kurumayuri, I can't believe it grows wild.

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  47. My goodness, that is a beautiful place to visit. I would go there ALL THE TIME! Everything that you show here on your post is just spectacular, I can't choose a favorite. I am your new follower. I think I will enjoy following you and seeing your world through your lenses. Christa

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  48. So many wild blooms, gorgeous flowers in the mountain!! You have such a talent to share so many special details from your walks!! Once again, glad to see such beauties from your beautiful land! Have a sunny early autumn, a pleasant september!

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  49. ·..✿✿。°

    Ótimo sábado!!!

    Bom fim de semana!
    Beijinhos.·..✿彡
    °。✿⊱。。

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  50. やはり、登った経験があると、違う見方をしてしまいます。 つい最近のことなのに、やけに懐かしく思ってしまいます。 うさぎ平覚えてます。 そこから見る景色は素敵でしたね。ちょっと勘違いして、さあ降りようかと思ってTicketを見たら、まだ続きがあったので、nice surprise! になりました。リフトで中点まで行って、頑張ってヒーハーしながら登ったかいがありました。 素晴らしい眺めで大感動でした。 宿泊先で、ディスカウント券を買ってくださいとの教えも助かりました。 機会があれば、次回は別の山にも登ってみたいです。載っている花たちの中では、ウメバチソウが一等好きです。 お会いできて大変たのしかったです。 ありがとうございました。

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      こんばんは。 帰宅してから忙しくなかなかPCの前に座れませんでした。私たちも大変嬉しかったです。 ウメバチソウは梅鉢の家紋に似ている事から来た名前だそうです。 日本の思いでのブログ楽しみにしています。

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