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[Yamanashi] “Shosen-Kyo” ,the steep‐walled valley with strange rocks2013.05.29

“Shosen-Kyo” is a ravine, located in Kofu, Yamanashi prefecture, which was designated as the special place of scenic beauty in 1953.

This Japanese Nature spot is 5 km long and there are a lot of unusually shaped rocks: “To-fu rock”, “Camel rock”, “Cat rock”, “Human face rock” and so on. “Senga falls” are designated as Japan’s Top 100 Waterfalls.

It takes 5 minutes for you to go to “Shosen-Kyo” from Kofu station.

[Yamanashi] "Shosen-Kyo" ,the steep‐walled valley with strange rocks

[Yamanashi] "Shosen-Kyo" ,the steep‐walled valley with strange rocks

[Yamanashi] "Shosen-Kyo" ,the steep‐walled valley with strange rocks

[Yamanashi] "Shosen-Kyo" ,the steep‐walled valley with strange rocks

[Yamanashi] "Shosen-Kyo" ,the steep‐walled valley with strange rocks

[Yamanashi] "Shosen-Kyo" ,the steep‐walled valley with strange rocks

[Yamanashi] "Shosen-Kyo" ,the steep‐walled valley with strange rocks

All of photos are taken by fujitariuji

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