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Japanese 100 Great Mountains Vol.2: Episode 006-010

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Hodaka, a Japanese mountaineering photographer, has restarted from scratch the challenge to conquer “Japanese 100 Great Mountains” since 2017. This record, the second volume of the series, includes five (the 6th to 10th) mountains. - Mount Aizu-Komagatake features grand moors on the mountaintop. He enjoys sky-walking in the picturesque scenery. - Mount Hotaka has been a worshipped mountain. He climbs up steep cliffs with chains. - In the “Panorana Ginza” of the Northern Alps, he traverses several mountains while savoring magnificent views. - Mount Utsukushi-ga-hara is too easy for him to climb, but he is fully satisfied with an excellent hotel. - After climbing Mount Ryokami, he is fascinated by an impressive “Waraji-katsu” (cutlets like straw sandals). Montaineering, hot springs, local cuisine, breathtaking sceneries, memorable encounters with amiable climbers … You will witness Hodaka’s exciting challenge!
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ISBN
9781387704781
Edition
English First Edition
Publisher
The BBB: Breakthrough Bandwagon Books
Published
March 29, 2018
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
7.4 MB
Product ID
23581043

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