Human × Nature - VISIT KOCHI JAPAN
Overflowing love and pride for the prefecture. The inhabitants of Kochi Prefecture are embraced by the Kuroshio Sea and very attached to it. Interactions with the inhabitants is actually the value of a visit to Kochi Prefecture.
넘치는 향토애와 지역에 대한 자부심.
흑조의 바다를 품고 살아가는 정렬넘치는 고치현 사람들.
지역 사람들과의 교류야말로 고치현을 방문하는 진짜 가치.
ความรักและความภาคภูมิใจในบ้านเกิด เหล่าผู้คนที่หลงรักจังหวัดโคจิที่อาศัยอยู่ในพื้นที่ที่มีทะเลคุโรชิโอบล้อมรอบ เพราะการแลกเปลี่ยนของผู้คน จึงทำให้จังหวัดโคจิมีค่าแก่การมาเยือน
Digest - VISIT KOCHI JAPAN
Kochi Castle has a long history. Until where the ocean goes . The endlessly clear blue Niyodo River. The Shimanto River, has been preserved as a natural ecosystem. The food culture of the region is rich in bounty. To know Kochi Prefecture is to know the richness of life.
유구한 역사를 간직한 고치성. 드넓은 바다. 푸르고 투명한 니요도 강. 자연의 생태계가 잘보존되어 있는 시만토 강. 지역의 특색이 넘치는 식문화.고치현을 아는건 곧 삶의 풍요로움을 아는 것.
ปราสาทโคจิมีประวัติศาสตร์อันยาวนาน มีทิวทัศน์มหาสมุทรที่กว้างไกลอย่างที่ไม่มีที่สิ้นสุด มีแม่น้ำนิโยโดกาวะที่ใสสะอาดให้เห็นสีฟ้า มีแม่น้ำชิมันโตที่อุดมสมบูรณ์ด้วยธรรมชาติอันทรงพลัง มีวัฒนธรรมอาหารที่เต็มไปด้วยเรื่องราวของท้องถิ่น การที่คุณได้รู้จักจังหวัดโคจิเท่ากับการได้รู้จักความอุดมสมบูรณ์ในชีวิต
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Live from Shikoku: On the Road to a Spiritual Ecosystem
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Incredible HD Drone Footage Of Kerala | Kerala In 4K | Kerala Tourism | @Coder Shailu | Tripoto
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Tripoto is one of the largest communities of travelers in the world. Travelers post breathtaking photographs, mind-blowing blogs and goosebump-inducing videos on our platforms and share them to inspire fellow travelers.
Tripoto is essentially your one-stop shop every time you’re looking for itineraries, recommendations and any other travel-related inspiration. Whether it’s the most budget-friendly weekend getaway or a luxurious rejuvenation session you seek, you’ll find it here. Whether you’re looking for the unexplored cafes in the hills or deep-sea diving sites, we have it all.
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Kerala, is a state in the south-west region of India on the Malabar coast. It was formed on 1 November 1956 as per the States Reorganisation Act by combining various Malayalam-speaking regions. Spread over 38,863 km2 (15,005 sq mi) it is bordered by Karnataka to the north and north east, Tamil Nadu to the east and south, and the Laccadive Sea to the west.
With 33,387,677 inhabitants as per the 2011 census, Kerala is the twelfth largest state by population and is divided into 14 districts. Malayalam (മലയാളം) is the most widely spoken and official language of the state. The state capital is Thiruvananthapuram, other major cities include Kochi, Kozhikode, Kollam and Thrissur.
The region was a prominent spice exporter from 3000 BCE to 3rd century. The Chera Dynasty was the first powerful kingdom based in Kerala, though it frequently struggled against attacks from the neighbouring Cholas and Pandyas. During the Chera period Kerala remained an international spice trading center. Later, in the 15th century, the lucrative spice trade attracted Portuguese traders to Kerala, and eventually paved the way for the European colonisation of the whole of India.
After independence, Travancore and Cochin joined the Republic of India and Travancore-Cochin was given the status of a state. Later, the state was formed in 1956 by merging the Malabar district, Travancore-Cochin (excluding four southern taluks), and the taluk of Kasargod, South Kanara. Kerala is the state with the lowest positive population growth rate in India (3.44%) and has a density of 819 people per km2.
The state has the highest Human Development Index (HDI) (0.790) in the country according to the Human Development Report 2011. It also has the highest literacy rate (93.91%), the highest life expectancy (74 years) and the highest sex ratio (as defined by number of women per 1000 men: 1,083 women per 1000 men) among all Indian states. Kerala has the lowest homicide rate among Indian states, for 2011 it was 1.1 per 100,000. A survey in 2005 by Transparency International ranked it as the least corrupt state in the country.
Kerala has witnessed significant emigration of its people, especially to the Persian Gulf countries during the Kerala Gulf boom during the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Hinduism is practised by more than half of the population, followed by Islam and Christianity. Malayalam is the major spoken language. The culture of the state traces its roots from 3rd century CE. It is a synthesis of Aryan and Dravidian cultures, developed over centuries under influences from other parts of India and abroad.
Production of pepper and natural rubber contribute a prominent portion of the total national output. In the agricultural sector, coconut, tea, coffee, cashew and spices are important. The state has 590 km of coastal belt, and around 1.1 million people of the state are dependent on the fishery industry which contributes 3% of the state's income. The state's 145,704 kilometres (90,536 mi) of roads, constitute 4.2% of all Indian roadways. There are three existing and two proposed international airports. Waterways are also used as a means of transportation.
The state has the highest media exposure in India with newspapers publishing in nine different languages; mainly English and Malayalam. Kerala is an important tourist destination, with the backwaters, beaches, Ayurvedic tourism, and tropical greenery among its major attractions.
Top 5 Things to do in Nara | japan-guide.com
The top 5 things to experience in Nara, Japan.
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Located less than an hour away by train from central Kyoto, Nara is a great destination for a one day trip, but has enough attractions to warrant an overnight stay. From temples to museums to deer and beautiful scenery, there is a lot to see and do in Nara, so to give you a good place to start when planning your trip to the area, here are our top 5 recommended things to do in Nara.
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10 Best Places to Visit in Sri Lanka - Travel Video
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Sri Lanka may be a small island in the Indian Ocean but that’s the only thing small about it. The country, formerly known as Ceylon, boasts an ancient civilization, golden sandy beaches with their swaying coconut palms, mountains, and tea plantations. While visiting the island, you’ll see colonial architecture from the days when the Portuguese, Dutch and English ruled. You’ll also see lots of elephants, some of which participate in local festivals and, if you’re lucky, perhaps a leopard or two at a wildlife sanctuary. Here’s a look at the best places to visit in Sri Lanka:
Cycling × Nature - VISIT KOCHI JAPAN
Historic towns, pleasant sea breezes, picturesque temples, lush mountainous terrain and the warm heart of the inhabitants. The beauty of Japan can be resent here. Cycling in Kochi.
역사가 살아넘치는 거리, 바다 바람이 기분좋은 해안선, 운치있는 사원, 싱그러운 초록빛 산지, 따뜻한 사람들, 나만의 속도로 만날수 있는 내추럴한 일본의 매력!
บ้านเมืองที่มีประวัติศาสตร์ ทางรถชายฝั่งทะเลกับลมทะเล วัดที่งดงาม พื้นที่ภูเขาที่อุดมไปด้วยสีเขียว ผู้คนที่อบอุ่น คุณสามารถรับรู้ธรรมชาติอันงดงามของญี่ปุ่นได้ในทันที คอร์สปั่นจักรยานที่โคจิ
Ryugado Limestone Cave, Kochi - 龍河洞●高知 - Japan As It Truly Is
Ryugado is one of the Top 3 caves, located in Shikoku Japan. If you like the film Aliens, you're going to totally love this place!
The Ryugado Limestone Cave in Kami City, Kochi, gives you a unique experience of walking 150 million years back in time, to see an amazing cave with underground streams, several waterfalls (one 11m high), and all kinds of growing formations still under construction. It was discovered in 1931, about 4 km in length (1 km open to walk through) and takes about 30 minutes to explore. There is also a 2 hour adventure course through other sections (advanced reservations required). In contrast to the bigger Akiyoshido in Yamaguchi with massive open caverns, as shown on
Ryugado is more narrow (in fact, if you're obese, claustrophobic or paranoid, maybe you should pass) and you will need to stoop a few times and squeeze through a few narrow places. But what you will see is simply breathtaking. You can also see a few human historical remains that are around 2000 years old.
Ryugado is closest to Tosa-Yamada Station, with infrequent buses going there. It may be better to catch a taxi there, and return by bus to better fit your schedule. Included at the end of your trek are some roosters, including some locally famed long tail roosters.
This being Japan, you will always see a Japanese touch to the place. Japanese guides are always very polite and welcoming. There is a cutesy mascot to welcome you at the entrance. The roosters are sadly locked up in the most cramped and confining small containers. And you'll see a young Japanese mother with her family visiting -- always looking sharp -- and ready to walk through the cave in high heels.
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Open 8:30-5 (Mar-Nov), -4:30 (Dec-Feb).
Entrance fee 1100 yen
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Kanakura: A Scenic Hamlet in the Mountains of Noto Peninsula | Nippon.com: Japan in Video
The mountainous interior of the Noto Peninsula in Ishikawa Prefecture is dotted with scenic hamlets surrounded by cultivated wooded slopes. The scarcity of flat land made farming difficult, but the local residents managed to deal with adverse conditions by cooperating with each other. And the work that these ancestors did has resulted in the beautiful rustic scenery that we enjoy today. Kanakura, in the city of Wajima, is one of these hamlets in the mountains. They created the terraced paddies that turned it into one of the leading rice-producing communities in the area. And they encouraged the establishment of Buddhist temples, which helped the hamlet thrive by attracting new residents as parishioners and by securing exemptions from the heavy rice levies imposed by local rulers. The combination of rice paddies, temples, and cultivated woods is a legacy that has won Kanakura a place among Japan’s “top 100 rural communities” as judged by the Asahi Shimbun. The area has also won designation from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations as a “Globally Important Agriculture Heritage Systems” site.
In recent years Kanakura’s population has dwindled, but the hamlet’s residents have continued to display the resourcefulness of their ancestors. They have invited students and researchers from Kanazawa University to do fieldwork here and have been cooperating with them as a community. They have also been working to develop ecotourism, and the hamlet, with a population of just 150, now attracts some 8,000 visitors a year.
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Kochi Duskathan 2018, Sunset Beach Run
Kerala Tourism & DTPC Ernakulam Presents
Joanns Kochi Duskathon
India's first 10K Sunset Beach Run
Date: 13 Jan 2018, 4 pm to 8 pm
Venue: Kochi Kuzhupily - Cherai Beach
Catogeries: 10km, 5 km
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Japan Travel: Kazurabashi Bridge Whimsical and beautiful Tokushima, Japan
Japan Travel: Kazurabashi Bridge Whimsical and beautiful Tokushima, Japan
【★007★Tokushima Iya Valley Kazurabashi Bridge】
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The Iya Valley (祖谷渓谷 Iya Keikoku) region in Tokushima Prefecture, Japan is a scenic area known for its dramatic mountain valleys and old vine bridges. The Iya Valley and the inner parts of Shikoku have historically been remote and difficult to enter, making them a favorite retreat for refugees and defeated Heike warriors although access has improved in recent years.
Suspension bridges made of mountain vines (kazurabashi) were one of the only ways to easily move people and goods across the river of the of the Iya Valley in the past. Their origins are unclear but legends say that they were either first raised by Kobo Daishi, who was founder of the Shingon Sect of Japanese Buddhism, or built by Heike refugees hiding in the area after their defeat in the Gempei War or Genpei kassen (1180-1185) as a means of quickly cutting off access to the valley.
There are only three surviving bridge as though 13 bridges once spanned the valley. Iya Kazurabashi (祖谷かずら橋), the largest and most popular of the remaining bridges, stretches 45 meters across the Iya River at the center of the valley, and offers visitors an restless view of the water 14 meters below the open slats of the span. The bridge is rebuilt every three years and is anchored to tall cedar trees at both ends and has steel cables hidden within the vines for safety. The bridge a one way street
Hours: Sunrise to sunset (illuminated in the evenings from 19:00 to 21:00)
Closed: No closing days
Admission: 500 yen
The level of English: Good
The Iya Valley is usually divided into two areas. Nishi Iya (West Iya) located around the entrance to the valley and is slightly more developed and more accessible as there are relatively frequent buses to some of the major attractions. Oku Iya (Inner Iya, also called Higashi Iya or East Iya) lies further back into the valley so is difficult to reach without a rental car or other means of private transportation.
A rental car is recommended to visit the area.
1. From Awa Ikeda
Iya Kazurabashi can be reached by bus (70 minutes, 1290 yen, 7 buses per day) and Oboke Stations (20 minutes, 660 yen, 4-8 buses per day).