Friday, September 21, 2018

Mt.Kurodake and beautiful gardens in Hokkaido. 黒岳と美しい庭園。

Next day, we went to Mt.Kuradake.



Mt.Kurodake.
We can go to the fifth station of the mountin by cable car.


Mt.Kurodake,from the 7th station.


Mt.Kurodake, from a sightseeing area in the station.


We found a squirrel near the fifth station.


Then we  went to Ginga Falls.


Ginga Falls and Ishikari river.


Then we took a snack.


Last day, we visited a few gardens.


Shikisaino oka highlands.


The same garden.



Mr.Rolling.


Kanno farm.


Ueno farm.



The same garden.


A butterfly.


A dragonfly.



The same garden.



A view from a hill of the garden.


We returned toAsahikawa airport.


Good by, Hokkaido.


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  2. Hello Minoru, Beautiful views of the mountain and the lovely gardens. The colors on the mountainside are beautiful. Gorgeous views of the garden and flowers. I love the cute squirrel, dragonfly and the butterfly. Great post and photos. Thanks for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend. PS, thank you for the comment and visit to my blog

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  4. There is always one word I think of when I look at your photos "serene" Beautiful pictures, love the countryside and colours. Not to mention your snack - is that ice cream in a melon? Yes please!

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    1. Dear Wanderring Wren.
      Thank you very much for your comment. Yes,it a half melon and a ice cream.

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  5. beautiful photographs, I love all the colours you have found. What a lovely place to visit.
    #sundaysnap

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  7. Wonderful place, great photos.
    Kind regards from Portugal
    Maria
    Divagar Sobre Tudo um Pouco

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  9. The stripes in the garden are gorgeous. Alas we won't get there on our pending visit - just not enough time. You've really sold it to me tho!

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  10. A delightful series of garden captures, the farm and winged creatures.

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  11. Beautiful countryside.

    Worth A Thousand Words

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  12. Your awesome blog is always sharing the beautiful nature around us. Many of us are often busy with our daily lives that we overlooked the beautiful flowers and greens.

    This Shikisaino oka highlands and the many gardens are so relaxing and pretty to walk around. Thank you for sharing Saito-San.

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  13. Your squirrel reminds me of a chipmunk - the markings on its side.
    Thanks for linking up at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2018/09/outer-banks-beauty.html

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  14. Amazing colors and scenes! How wonderful to see, thanks for sharing!

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  15. Truly Amazing place. Awesome pics.

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  16. Great capture . Please tell something about my capture on my blog.

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  17. Stunning mountain photos but I was completely taken by the colourful stripy fields.

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