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Morning guys! I'm in the car today with my 2 friends Quinlan and Candie in
the back there. We're going outside to do some exploring! We got super lucky with
the weather today. So I live up in Morioka city in Iwate Prefecture it's
quite up north it's almost near the top of the main island of Honshu and the
environment around here is very different than Tokyo. Many of you guys
might not be familiar with Iwate but we are blessed with lots of trees
and mountains and rivers lots of gorgeous nature and for the first time
today Quinlan's going to take us out hiking so
I'm gonna explore some of the area near my house and I can't wait to see it
because I've been watching Quinlan's channel - he focuses on lots of outdoor
adventures and they all look super exciting and I hope we don't run into
any bears today. I recently watched his video on how to protect yourself from
bears in Japan - hopefully we don't run into any but he has assured me that when
you're on a hiking trail that's commonly used by lots of people, the bears don't
usually show up so I think we'll be okay right?
We'll be okay. You know how to protect us if bears show up? I can run faster than
you! yeah I've got bear spray I'll actually bring bear pepper spray! Oh I
didn't know that was a thing! Yeah I've got it
oh wow! Right here, it's actually German. German quality pepper spray!
Bear spray - so we're fine. All right we're prepared!
I don't know where we're going it's a surprise, I told him to surprise
us. So I hope you guys enjoy the video!
So just making a little pit stop because there are some abandoned buildings here
that I've always wanted to see, I'm sure you guys would be interested in them as well!
Love how the trees grow out of the buildings. There's tatami rooms and so
it's like going back to nature - it's like there's been a zombie
apocalypse and the earth is being taken back. Yeah so this is Matsuo Mines - you'll
see some really cool drone footage of it on YouTube
I've been looking a lot because I've really wanted to come here and there's
quite a few other apartments in the background there. So the deal with
Matsuo Mines is from around the 1920s there was a sulfur mine that
opened up just a little ways over there and it operated for over 50 years. At the
time these were really high-end apartments for the employees, they're
like the envy of the area they had a movie theater there, a bath house a
rather nice restaurant and even flushing toilets, which at that time was like wow!
you know for Iwate Prefecture people didn't have flush toilets. Actually my first
homestay didn't, they had just a hole in the ground.
what happened to them, well basically in 1969 the mine closed because it became
cheaper to get sulfur as a byproduct to processing oil and so there's no need to
specifically mine in it and so they closed it down and everybody moved out
because they lost their jobs and it just sort of went back to nature. Thing is
you cannot go in here, but if you do you go in here - there's no
fine. They will tell you get out it's, you know, bad don't do it. But you're not
gonna get arrested. But don't do it cuz never break any Japanese
regulations ever yeah. However I just saw a little old lady
going inside the building there so...
Man that was awesome I would love to go inside and explore. Quinlan was
saying that people have left like newspapers and lifestyle items like
kitchen utensils and there's a astroboy chair in there somewhere which I only
know because I heard from someone else uh-huh I've never been in there
definitely not. We parked at kind of like a little terminal area where these
toilets and some omiyage shops and stuff and we're way up high already we're
basically at the top of the mountain we kind of cheated a bit but we're headed
over to that peak there is that right that is right we're gonna climb up to
the top of that peak and get an amazing view of the area. Quinlan was just
saying in the winter he wants to come backcountry skiing and after they
closed down the mountain for the hiking season apparently some older Japanese
men do some outdoor backcountry skiing in the mountains here and it sounds
really exciting! There's a cabin where they just leave
supplies so you can just anybody can just go up and use the cabin and stay
overnight. We're here and the normal walk that people do around Hachimantai you
can see these little trails around these they call it marsh but it's a lake the
Gama lake and Hachiman Lake it's not a marsh and so they do a little loop around
these that's beautiful and I totally recommend it - but today it's gonna be
just a parade of people so I thought going up this little mountain will give
us great views. So it's one km to the summit really short let's
see how long it takes. Bamboo! This is all bamboo here! So it's a decent hiking
trail but probably needs some some hiking boots but it's nothing too
difficult
look at the view
the only thing if we actually do see a bear the most important thing is don't
run just stop stand still look at it then
we'll be fine in Canada they always tell us if we see a bear to make ourselves
look big and scary to scare it off yeah but in Quinlan's video where he talks
about bears he said that the bear is here you should just kind of stay still
and stare at them you shouldn't try and make yourself look scary cuz they don't
care. Nice little trail, I like this!
steep towards the end of the hike
all right we're heading back down the mountain now and off to our next
location right we're almost back down to the car Quinlin went ahead because he's
super speedy he's gonna go get the car and pick us up
I bet he's there waiting. A lot of people ask me why I live all the way up in Iwate
Prefecture, especially when most of my work is down in Tokyo I do have to
commute down to Tokyo several times a month but it's because I have places
like this where I can just come out and explore it's completely new to me I feel
like there's always something new to discover here in Iwate it's such a big
prefecture that there's so much around my house that I get to o experience got
a little muddy on that trail so prepare for some mud don't wear your best
clothes or sneakers look at this wooden torii gate it's interesting I think I've
ever seen a torii gate like this so I found the cutest little of August the
community today look at that hit I have never seen one like this
little Halloween Rilakkuma and yeah it sure just tastes like regular wagashi!
let's try it
interesting it's kind of a mix of washi and play-doh just different unusual it's
kind of flavored tastes a bit like caramel okay it's caramel flavor pretty
tasty it's an interesting texture very similar to chew on play-doh but in a
good way that makes sense if you guys are around in Japan for the
Halloween season check out lawson they were selling these so our next stop for
the day is Goshogake Onsen - you can see it in the back there. Quinlan was
just explaining to me that they have mud baths and also these little boxes that
you kind of put your body in and your face sticks out and they fill up with
steam and you get kind of like a steam treatment it sounds really cool I'll
have to come back here and try it for myself but the view of the steam coming
under that one's hands really need we're going to go up to this oh you knew ma
which is this really well you'll see it's pretty intense and I don't know if
this trail is open last year this was closed because the volcanic come because
the volcanoes are literally breaking through the walkway and so those areas
where the walk was like consumed by a little volcano and so you know a geyser
or something and so we'll see if we can do this trail or not but if nothing else
this is really fantastic gwenlyn said this is one of the spots
where lots of bears show up he's actually been here on a day where they
had the whole trail blocked off because someone had spotted one there to thank
the criticize so you whack this you whack this to scare the bears away so a
kit real hard
it's not that loud actually came on the perfect day look at the colors Juanita
Wow look at that oh that's impressive
oh look at it this is crazy I've never been anywhere like this
wonder how hot that is 98 degrees Celsius started bubbling over so they
had to close off the pathway there look at that yeah this place is heaven for
photographers you must feel they get some really cool photos here this is
amazing I'm so blown away that this place isn't more well-known however I'm
glad because this is peak season this is the best weekend to come up here and see
this place and there are so few people and that's where we just what what is
yeah a little peak up there haha that's funny
yeah a little peak right there that's the mountain we just climbed
alright guys I think we're gonna say goodbye here I really hope you enjoyed
exploring Iwate and we headed into Akita prefecture now right yes we are
we're in the neighboring Prefecture at the moment I hope you enjoyed exploring
the two with us I had so much fun thank you so much to Quinlan for introducing
these amazing spots to us I will link it down below please do go check out his
channel and I'll see you guys again very soon
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林宜悉 2020 年 3 月 24 日 に公開
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