Nishizawa Valley, Yamanashi

Last time we tried Nishizawa Valley, it rained heavily.

It was clouded today, but we dared to go there again.

A four-hour round walk was recommended.  Being anxious about her back, we carried Maya-san mainly in a bag and only saw a quarter of it (unfortunately, we took the same route back).

It was a pleasant place.  Water was extremely clear.

The air was fresh. It was a good exercise, too.

When arriving back at our apartment, we felt hungry. We took dinner at New Mahal.

For soup, we ordered Tom Yam Kung.  The taste was OK, but it was modified from that of genuine Thai food.

We enjoyed the dinner, anyway, as usual.

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2 Responses to Nishizawa Valley, Yamanashi

  1. AdelaideBen says:

    Looks very beautiful. I’m not that familiar with the geography around there… whereabouts is Nishizawa Valley? Geat photo from Katya. It was good that you had a dry day this time around.

    Also, very sweet carrying Maya-san. A very pampered pooch, but it’s great she has such kind-hearted owners. And it’s also nice that she’s out and about seeing the world too.

  2. Muravej says:

    Nishizawa Valley was untouched till 1962, when paths were created literally by hand. They say it is magnificent in fall. It is in Yamanashi city. You can take a bus from Yamanashi-city station.
    We visited there by car, which took an hour.
    In the first quarter of the route, it was not gorgeous, but very pleasant. We will check out how the latter three quarters go. We have not checked the best water fall yet.

    The bag was used after Maya-san’s surgery. She is not heavy, so it was not suffering to carry her. She looked around and sniffed around.

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