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  • 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.

  • T Oscar YouTube A TV show.

  • Ah, no additional BTR.

  • Pretty much today And the second she beat beat group, we say much.

  • Maybe I hope nobody trying.

  • I'm not famous, but I'm saying there's lots of TV shows introducing foreigners, including one on TV.

  • Took Yone home.

  • Never Just on one.

  • On on another station last week.

  • No.

  • Sort of funny, huh?

  • Come to see you.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah, my friends from Pookie from, uh, Mike Toshiko Clinic.

  • A mascot.

  • Wow.

  • You know what?

  • I have so God Don don.

  • Okay?

  • Huh?

  • Condos you much longer.

  • He told you I want to come here by myself.

  • It's not where it's not loud.

  • Just take it in.

  • No, no, no, no, no.

  • I'm going on.

  • All right.

  • Not you again.

  • Like a bouquet.

  • This name.

  • You know what?

  • Coupled up She's another Kotani connection guardian.

  • So somebody for you.

  • I don't need that.

  • Cool.

  • Hi.

  • No.

  • So then and talk to murder CIA Curie.

  • Thank you.

  • Aha!

  • Panicky dating show.

  • I have a school night.

  • Ah, this'll year.

  • I get to see the secretary more.

  • What?

  • Tokyo.

  • Each of a high ideal.

  • 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.

Hello, everybody.

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