字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hello, everybody. I am now in Fukui City at a sewer, ginger, ASU, a shrine. And this is really special. I'm looking at it right now. This psychiatry is just absolutely stunning. And I thought I would go live for this. Are you ready? Behind me is the city of Fukui and we're gonna walk two steps and go see one of the oldest and biggest Sakoda trees in Japan. It's also a treasure of the city of Fukui. Here we go. This is a steward shrine, a sewer, ginger. And it's, they say, 1500 years old, founded in the fifth century and once a week, this cherry blossom tree looks like this. It's huge. Let's walk around it. There's a part of the tree where you can actually go underneath it, but they put a little fence around it to protect it so it stays in good condition. It is just absolutely massive, isn't it? This tree, the shrine is 1500 years old, but this tree is 370 years old. That means it seems 370 Sokratis seasons blooming like this. And there's a place where we can go underneath it. Oh, my You can see that the limbs are held in place by stilts. No, it's Saturday night here in Fukui and people were out celebrating Manami. You can see over over there. I mean, they had a little bit too much to drink. Yeah, that's part of the seasons. Oh, my gosh. Massive. I'm inside of it right now. It's a 370 years old. Mystery. It gets cold. It's very famous. Here, Let's see here, take off my hat. Show my respect to the tree. But I I think, you know, I just did a live stream for the only Japan go channel walking through a tunnel of cherry blossoms. But this is just one tree one, and it's pretty much like a tunnel of them all. And that's what I really love about trees. They get old like this, some of them, and it makes you think about how much this tree has seen. If if trees could talk the stories I could tell us, I'm gonna keep walking around this tree. This is a 370 year old Sakoda tree here in Fukui City, up at the top of ASU, a shrine. What Here's some information. Can you read that? 26 meters. It can't be 26 26 meters long and 12 meters high. Drunks are leaving now. It'll get a little bit quieter. No, I'm gonna go up. You can see just how massive this thing is. I'm not allowed to walk inside of it. That's fine. I don't I don't think it's worth walking inside the entrance to the shrine. I wonder. I think it's a she, not a Dakota. They call it the tree. Let me ask a local. See? See if somebody knows. It was a lot of tourists here. Not too many people know much about this tree. I've been here for about 30 minutes. Just walking around it. It totally amazed. Q. And now, my God, he must go. Kite deny not my body. So people don't know what the name is, but it seems like it should have a name. I think I think I read somewhere. She Daddy's a coda Was the name, but something so big and so beautiful. I'm gonna turn the camera. I should have a name. I'm gonna move back and you can get a shot. Try to take it all in. Can't even fit the whole thing in Kona Sakura Kia na My God, he must go. She that is a coda. She she got it. She got it, Santiago. And imagining. Wow. Uh, so it's called. She doubted because of the waves, though. I guess it's like a willow weeping willow. Not a little. You can see, because it has a weeping willow house. They call it a She. She, uh get those Am I said Wow. I'm gonna go get the, uh I got it mean. Jackie, Jackie, uh, looks like a person. Can you see? Thanks. I get those, I must say, Did I give us? Yeah, beautiful. Honey, can I get a number? Also stated that America you do that Does YouTube. Okay. Untold descended Kagoshima. Kara Heidemarie Cue Obama shikata koko ni Cognac. Oh, honey, I sense you sake. I'm Artemis Terribly. She said she must hunger. Especially me Tonight. Tomorrow five todo attention Stand Yokota Tokyo. You don't be too. Yeah, it's pretty much took worry, baby. 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You got some guts, Juha. Oh, well, then you got a name on K E timing ago. You near good timing for me to be here. It's just It's just beautiful. You got me That was nice. I love I love how you could just talk with people. This is a time of year where people are celebrating and they're very, very friendly when they're out and looking around. They see, See if a foreign visitor, especially somebody from abroad, out like this, looking at something that that's very important to them. It's It's very easy to make conversation with people. I saw a lot of comments asking, Is it normal to talk to strangers like that? It is for me because that's part of my job. But, uh, I learned so many things. Uh, not just from your comments, but from talking with people. No, come back, Come back underneath and take my hat off. I feel like I should respect the tree. I learned so many things from talking to the local people and there's a car coming and okay, hard coming this way. Wait a minute. It was a parking lot over there, but things like this the this tree I didn't know about until somebody this afternoon told me about how beautiful it is. And if you can't leave for Couey without visiting this tree on DDE, it really was worth with it because it's not an easy it's not. You can't just walk up to the tree. There's about 1000 steps, had to climb to get to the top that whenever you have to work hard to get to do something, it makes it that much more worthwhile. When you when you reach, reach the summit, so to speak, and then see this tree. So I'm gonna I'm gonna end this feed this live stream with a few more seconds of this beautiful tree. What? This time it's quiet. There's no drunk people to disturb me. I just really circus. And because once a year for just a few days, maybe a week, if you're lucky, it looks white like this is all like it's no and the illuminated in the contrast with the black sky and the white flowers. It's just it really is beautiful. It's It's 12 meters high and 26 meters wide. 370 years old. This shrine is 1500 years old, founded in the fifth century, a sewer, Ginger Suwa shrine, And, uh, yeah, I'm glad we got a chance to share this together, make some new friends from Fukui Prefecture walking away. And one more time you could just see the scope, the magnitude of this tree. What? It looks like fireworks, doesn't it? This looks like call Man. Absolutely. Just taking this. I'm looking at it with my eyes, folks. And it's it's it probably looks OK on the live stream. But I'm telling you right now, with my own two eyes, this is absolutely stunning. It's just too much for me. I need a drink. It is the secret of season. After all, I'm leaving tomorrow for con is our on this hitch hiking trip. But first, I'm gonna stop up at the Dinosaur Museum. Fukui Prefecture is famous for dinosaurs, and they have a beautiful dinosaur museum about an hour away. And when I finished with that, I'm going back on the road to hitchhike to Kanazawa. Thanks for watching this live stream. I'm gonna end by looking at the tree. But I just wanted to thank everybody for watching for the last 20 minutes and, uh, seeing this magnificent she coulda tree that's the name of it. 370 years old. It's Seymour more than all of us. You know, of course. Generations and generations and generations have have appreciated this tree at the shrine. And now we have together. That's pretty cool to me. So thanks. I'm gonna go back to the back to the hotel, is going to stay in a tent. But I decided to stay at this guesthouse and said because this guy, just Chris started it and he wanted the business. And I told them, Why not? I'll stay at your guesthouse. It looks Looks like it's a decent place. Sort of more on that later. I'm gonna leave you now with the last 20 seconds looking at this beautiful tree as I say goodbye myself. Go to bed for the night. Rest up for tomorrow's big trip. See on the road, folks.