What you observe in the pictures truly look like a mount packed of frozen snow creatures, but they are just huge trees that are hiding beneath plenty and plenty of snow. A lengthy trip with a cable car receives you all the way capable of the top of the peaks where people draw together to observe the Japanese snow event. Some are calling them “snow monsters”, others entitle them “juhyou” which means “frost-covered trees”. It is now a giant tourist attraction, and if you’re in the region you should absolutely take a tour, especially if it’s nighttime when the “snow monsters” yet appear scarier than in the daylight, as of the fog and the dim lightning that the snow reflect.
Japanese Gaint Snow Monsters
February 24th, 2012 Emily
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