“Daki-gaeri Keikoku” is a valley which is located in Senboku, Akita prefecture, placed on the North district of Japan.
It’s named after that paths used to be too narrow, people had to pass like looking back and embracing each other. The length is approximately 10km, there are lots of tourists when all leaves turn color in red. There are lots of places to see such as Mikaerino-taki (look back waterfalls), its name came from that people look it back many times since it is a very beautiful view. “Kamino-iwahashi” is a suspension bridge that is the oldest bridge in Akita built in 1926 and its length is 80meters long.
I recommend you to visit here in fall since all leaves in red and you can feel air fresh, why don’t you visit when you come to the North of Japan?
all of photos are taken by 柳雩
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