Video! A Short Walk Around Anzu no Sato

April 8th, 2009 by
Category: Events, Outdoor Activities, Seasonal Topics
Apricot blossoms in Mori, April 2009

Apricot blossoms in Mori, April 2009

Yup, I am posting yet another update about the apricot blossoms in Mori, Anzu no Sato.  I took a trip up there after a lesson today and strolled around for about twenty minutes taking photos and, yes, video of what I saw.  It was a clear blue sky and the North Alps in Hakuba could be seen clearly across the valley below.

The weather today was great, with lots of sun and very little wind, and there were harldy any visitors.  The entire area is a madhouse on weekends, so if you are able to visit, a weekday would more likely result in having the place to yourself.

Video is here:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zbfcWsyIxW8

About Robert

Hi everyone! Thank you for visiting Go! Nagano! I have been living in Nagano since 1999 and am now raising a family here. It is truly a great place to be! I am originally from Farmington, Connecticut in the United States of America. I went to college at New York University, majoring in Drama with a primary focus in production and promotion. I minored in music theory. I lived and worked in New York City for a while, but after a few years, I decided I had to get out, and I high-tailed it right out of the country. I literally went to the other side of the world, spending a year in a neighboring prefecture before finally settling down in Nagano. What I found so appealing about Nagano was the relaxed lifestyle and the abundance of natural beauty all around. As an avid hiker, I am always looking for new places to climb up and enjoy the view. And with four children, I am always looking for outdoor activities to do with the kids. In this blog, my hope is to inform future visitors about all the outdoor activites you can take part in around here, from hiking to family friendly activities or anything else going on. I hope you'll come and visit soon!

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