2015年10月19日

Nishimera Village

Technology has brought many facilities in our lives, but still I sometimes want to run away from all of them. I want to leave all the work stress and life problems behind and go to a place to be blessed by nature. Fortunately, I experienced it in my trip to Nishimera. Nishimera is a village located in Koyu District, Miyazaki Prefecture, Japan. As of 2005, it has estimated population of 1,298, which is less than the number of amazingly beautiful deer that live in there. That makes it a quiet peaceful place with few car sounds and only one traffic light. I really was enchanted by the mountain scenery and picturesque bridges over clear rivers. In this village all the traditions are kept alive, as they dry the rice crops in a traditional way and has a big manual fire alarm bell. In short, it is a wonderful place to visit.
Ateffa Jalali
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