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Travel Video: The Autumn Leaves of Chūson-ji Temple In Hiraizumi, Japan

Chūson-ji Temple is the head temple of the Tendai sect in Tōhoku region, Iwate Prefecture. Chūson-jí was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Because “the Historic Monuments and Sites of Hiraizumi” were highly evaluated.

Video timeline: 00:00 タイトル(Title) 00:12 月見坂終盤(Tsukimizaka Slope) 00:24 弁慶堂(Benkeidō Hall) 00:50 参道(an approach to Hondō) 01:08 本堂(Hondō Main Hall) 01:27 峯薬師堂(Mine Yakushidō Hall) 02:30 参道(an approach to Konjikidō) 03:01 阿弥陀堂(Amidadō) 03:20 金色堂前(Konjikidō) 03:32 弁財天堂(Benzai Tendō) 04:21 釈迦堂(Shakadō) 04:41 弁財天堂(Benzai Tendō) 05:30 能楽殿(a Noh theater) 05:50 ライトアップ(illuminated temple)

Map https://goo.gl/maps/n6JL8ipzaqYDjCBd8

Chūson-jí is a Buddhist temple in the town of Hiraizumi in southern Iwate Prefecture, Japan. It is the head temple of the Tendai sect in Tōhoku region of northern Honshu. The temple claims it was founded in 850 by Ennin, the third chief abbot of the sect. 

Life In A Cabin: Daily Work Routine In Kyushu, Japan

Taro, windows, replanting, and bamboo Fire Blower.

JUST WORKING SILENTLY. This place is part of my homestead. and this cabin is second home and also serves as a disaster shelter. There’s electricity. Water is brought in from a nearby spring (and is drinkable). LAMP (female dog) and YONA (female cat) are usually in the main house. Orange Tabby’s GWIN (male cat) is elusive. He came out of nowhere on the eve of one typhoon (summer 2020).

Location: Kyushu, Japan.

Kyushu, the southwesternmost of Japan’s main islands, has a mostly subtropical climate. It’s known for its active volcanoes, beaches and natural hot springs such as those at Beppu. Its city of Fukuoka is home to museums, mega-malls and Kushida-jinja, an 8th-century Shinto shrine. The city of Nagasaki’s 1945 devastation by an atomic bomb is commemorated at the Nagasaki Peace Park and Atomic Bomb Museum.

Top Travel Destinations: Hiking And Viewing The Fall Colors On Mackinac Island, Michigan

From a Michigan.org online article:

Mackinac-Island-Fall-ColorsThere are over 140 miles of trails and roads leading to great views on Mackinac Island. Stop by the Visitor’s Center to buy a map of the trails, significant points of interest and self-tours. Or visit a rental bike shop for a map, (though these have less detail). One of the most popular trails is the 8.2-mile road along the island’s perimeter. Typically there are bikers along this trail, but plenty of pedestrians also use it to see the beautiful shorelines. The road is not very hilly but it is long, so take your time to enjoy the views and be sure to stop occasionally to read about the history of the island. If you’d like to get deeper inland, there are several trails that lead to great views of the changing reds, yellows, and oranges as well as vantage points to see the beautiful shorelines. Stay aware of bikers and horses and be sure to stop at Sugar Loaf, Fort Mackinac, Skull Cave or Arch Rock for amazing views.

To read more: https://www.michigan.org/article/trip-idea/pure-michigan-hiking-trails-see-brilliant-fall-colors