Monday, March 20, 2017

Yabakei at Oita in Kyusyu. 耶馬渓。

We arrived in Yabakei.


There are many hills consist of rocks here in Yabakei.


Please enjoy the beautiful scenery.








Blue tunnel in Yabakei.    青の洞門。





U-SA shrine. 

This city is named Usa. 
There is no relationship with United States of America.




We came back to our house from Oita airport.


Thanks for visiting this post.

22 comments:

  1. Lovely and very interesting place in terms of landscape and geology

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  2. Hi. Beautiful place. I have always admired those buildings.

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  3. A bird in the colors is beautiful. Enjoy your stay with his brother and greet.

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  4. Your photos are gorgeous, it looks like a really beautiful place! Thank you so much for sharing. :)

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  5. Interesting looking rock. The building in your last photo is gorgeous!

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  6. Beautiful! Wonderful photos. :)

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  8. Hermosa naturaleza siempre sorprendente. Es la mejor escultura.
    Preciosas fotos Minoru.
    Buen martes.
    Un abrazo.

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  9. that is some beautiful rugged terrain.

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  10. Oh yes i fully enjoyed the views, as i might not be able to see those in this lifetime. I love those rockies, how i wish a miracle will bring me to Japan.

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  11. Yabakei is lovely with so many different hills.
    It is interesting for me to note that most temples and shrines in Japan are painted in deep orange colours while the Chinese temples are very red.

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    1. Dear Twilight Man.
      Thank you very much for your comment. I think Chinese people like flamboyant color comparing our people.

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