Winter tourism: Most gorgeous views/spots?

Asked by Victoria Vlisides · 3 years ago

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Answered by Relinda Puspita · 3 years ago

Houses in Shirakawago Village covered by thick snow is really beautiful during winter.

Answered by Sherilyn Siy · 3 years ago

Any view that gets covered with snow changes and turns beautiful. I'm partial to this gorgeous view of Kinchakuda's Ai Ai Bridge (Hidaka, Saitama). It is a beautiful scene ordinarily but covered with snow looks like something out of a storybook. I have been trying to upload the photo but have been unsuccessful. Bug in the system? Will try to post the photo later.

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Answered by Peter Sidell · 3 years ago

I went a year ago and it was great!

Answered by Preethu P · 3 years ago

Snow walls of Norikura.

Answered by Mandy Bartok · 3 years ago

I loved the village of Yunishikawa Onsen, and Hokakido's Otaru with the lanterns placed in the canal in winter. But I agree with Sherilyn - many views that seem just "normal" can become striking when covered in snow. If it snows again in Tokyo this year, I'll head to one of the Metropolitan Gardens. They would be lovely in the snow.

Answered by Carol Akiyama · 3 years ago

The most intriguing winter scenery for me would be to ski the Snow Monsters of Zao! There is only a short window in Feb that the trees look like monsters but I believe it's the only place in the world with that look.

Answered by Kylie Plester · 3 years ago

Any mountain covered in Snow is amazing especially when it sticks to the trees and when it covers the countryside it changes the view so much. The snow festivals are amazing like in Otaru and Sapporo. And snow always looks good when you're sitting in an onsen.

Answered by Noriko Tanahashi · 3 years ago

Great views / spots in Niseko, Hokkaido!  Lots of Australian people go there in winter.  I hope you will visit sometime!  

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