forest bathing

In early May, Japan is having the annual Golden Week long holiday. As it is one of the three major long holidays, many people travel during the vacation to relieve their stress. Unfortunately, due to the impact of the epidemic in recent years, overseas travel has become impossible, so more people choose to have a domestic travel. In weekdays, people work in busy cities and need to deal with the super crowded trains, so a relaxing green environment is the best place for relaxing. Therefore, many people choose to travel to places with nature sceneries. In this vacation, Saketora team is bringing you to three different prefectures: Kyoto Prefecture, Tochigi Prefecture and Hyogo Prefecture, on a nature trip, so that everyone can have a 'olden Week holiday' with us.

Saketora - Kyoto Rakusai Chikurin Saketora - Kyoto Rakusai Chikurin
'Rakusai Chikurin Park' is located in Nishikyo Ward in Kyoto, it just need a 30-mins ride from Kyoto Statiion. More than 100 kinds of bamboo planted in the park, with a total length of about 1.8 kilometers. Many tourists would put on a kimono to take pictures, which is one of Kyoto's check-in attractions.
  • Saketora - Heian-shishin Junmai Daiginjo RED

    Junmai Daiginjo RED

  • Saketora -Origarami Junmai Daiginjo KotoSaketora - Origarami Junmai Daiginjo Koto

    Junmai Daiginjo Koto

Saketora - Tochigi Nikko Saketora - Tochigi Nikko
Kegon Falls is located in Nikko in Tochigi Prefecture, which is named after the Buddhist classic Avatamsaka Sutra. The height of the waterfall is nearly 100 meters, and the spectacular scenery makes it one of the 'Top 3 waterfalls in Japan'.
Saketora - Hyogo Takada Castle Saketora - Hyogo Takada Castle
The Takeda Castle Ruins is located at the top of Kojozan (lit. Mt. Kajo) in Hyogo Prefecture. Since it was demolished 400 years ago, only a part of the ruins remain, but it turns out a bit of mysterious. Coupled with a large number of trees next to it and the occasional sea of clouds, it has the reputation of 'City in the sky', and is even called the Japanese version of Machu Picchu by the Japanese media.

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Hakutaka Daiginjo 720ml