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  • Welcome to another video.

  • If you're a regular viewer, welcome back.

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  • Things might be one of the nicest places I've stayed in Japan so far.

  • Okay?

  • Yeah, The very first day, we went out into this forest for lunch.

  • Well, that lunch was really good.

  • Yeah, that was really amazing.

  • Yeah, Yeah.

  • How really sweet.

  • Good.

  • Good.

  • E Think food is a really the gateway.

  • It's one of the many gateways to experiencing culture.

  • So you should eat everything when you visit Japan, eat everything at least once.

  • I second, including your vegetables.

  • I love the vegetables.

  • They were so good after lunch, we had the chance to walk around the town of Su Ah, beautiful old traditional town which is home to several waterfalls that have clear running water coming straight off of Mt.

  • Fuji.

  • This water down here is actually drinkable.

  • Just coming out of the side of a tree way.

  • That's good water.

  • So everyone you have the hotel last night and he mentioned it, but I didn't think he was serious way like in this little valley.

  • This beautiful river flowing through birds chirping.

  • And then you hear this shamisen like, yeah, at going through the gorge.

  • And it's like someone gave Norman instrument.

  • You don't usually get a chance.

  • It's a play shamisen in a spot like this.

  • That's e gotta so much appreciation bringing the shammy sent all the way out here.

  • All right, now we owe I had to climb back up.

  • Oh, yeah.

  • Bench are okay.

  • This'll is supposed to be one of the most beautiful vantage points to see Mount Fuji.

  • I can believe it.

  • The scene itself is beautiful, but Mount Fuji being Mount Fuji, it's more often than not shrouded in clouds because I don't know if you know this, but absorbs all weather around it.

  • So on that evening we were off to Saga Miyahara area, nestled between the mountains and filled with artistic little secrets.

  • Yeah.

  • Okay, so we're in this old Japanese samurai.

  • Rest stop right now where?

  • Lord and direct Lord E don't know what you guys, but I definitely have a favorite.

  • Its's this right here.

  • Oh, you got it on.

  • Now you can turn, clip the lid.

  • You just hide in the Let's go to this guy's rap.

  • Thats what it looks like inside was dark.

  • Hosni, you found e was kind of e eso.

  • We're heading out for a little bit of a hike into the go, uh, Valley Valley, Akiyama valley.

  • I'm just genuinely enjoying how much nature we've been ableto experience on this trip.

  • Yeah, you know, the more I think about it, the more I start to realize that for somebody who named their channel Tokyo Lens, I sure do love spending time, right in the forests, in nature.

  • That's where I could see myself in the future.

  • I could see myself going out to the countryside, whether be Japan or Canada getting a nice house on the lake or in the woods and just living the life, You know, I like this.

  • So I guess it's time to go grab dinner.

  • I'm so excited cause I'm really hungry.

  • And this place is actually like a baller.

  • Yeah, this place is nice.

  • Why are you going down?

  • Mhm.

  • Yes.

  • Oh, Japanese.

  • That is so cool.

  • How you here drinking sake.

  • Have a bamboo cup.

  • Good.

  • Suck it to E.

  • No.

  • Everything in this area just tastes so Stacy house.

  • Okay.

  • Good morning, guys.

  • Sleeping the hotel now?

  • Cottage cabin.

  • I don't know.

  • Whatever it was it was amazing.

  • One thing.

  • I'll tell you, I'm glad I pack really light for these trips.

  • It's tingling e.

  • I've climbed Mt.

  • Takao before, but I've never come up by the cable car and the best part of coming up Thio.

  • Anything like a mountain is the views way between you and me, though I kind of wanted to climb a Z for climbing Takao son and the whole two cows on experience itself.

  • There are no shortage of good videos out there.

  • In fact, Charlotte has a pretty good video on our home girl, Charlotte E.

  • I love last Typhoon, that pastor Japan did a lot of damage, including this tree which you can see down here which destroyed this lantern right over here while on Mount Takao.

  • Not only did we have the opportunity to set foot in a Buddhist temple and try our hand at a meditative sutra, but also had the opportunity to try show jindo traditional Buddhist cuisine.

  • It's not every day that you actually get to have lunch in a temple on Mount Takao Thistle is a good experience getting a little chilly up here.

  • Yeah, right here you can see even more typhoon damage.

  • It was actually a couple of these have been knocked out, knocked over, smashed by trees.

  • It's unfortunate Whole foods.

  • There's a lot of stairs 599 m.

  • Mount Fuji would be over there, but we can't see today.

  • Obviously, I'm envious of people in Tokyo who could come up on a clear day.

  • See this second, our E.

  • It's good.

  • E e.

  • Do welcome to another video narrow, exciting mountain roads.

  • I've that's that dog is distracting.

  • The famous bridge that has been depicted in a lot of Japanese are on.

  • I was not expecting that in the least I do.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/29
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