Kyoto, Ohara no Sato, the real highlights and how to go sightseeing.
When you come down the river from Sanzen-in, you will finally reach the basin where the bus stop is located. Hmm, it's already dusk. This dusk suits Ohara no Sato again. However, it doesn't have to be a person. It's like being in a dream.
Is it a Japanese old story! The scenery of Japan is so easy to understand. I want to protect this nature.
Sunflowers, shiso, mountains and dusk. If you're a poet, you'll probably find a phrase here. I don't have that kind of talent, I just say "ha".
One of the things I feel when I come to Kyoto from Tokyo is that the colors of the flowers are good. This sunflower is also darker than you see in Tokyo. As with the autumn leaves, I wonder if the difference in temperature between day and night is related.
This is Ohara's specialty, shiso ssu. The contrast with green is beautiful.
Looking closer, it has a purple or strange matte shine and is quite poisonous. Elai is the first person to say that he should eat this.
A typical satoyama landscape that coexists with nature.
You can hear the sound of the river flowing from all over the village.
The narrow paths are complicated and you can feel the exploration feeling without knowing where to go.
Get off and up. The ups and downs are endless.
There are also houses with thatched roofs. Is it a house or a warehouse? Nature and the scenery created by humans trying to coexist there are probably the most attractive points of Ohara.