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The "Snow Corridor" in Japan's Aomori Prefecture is one the popular tourist sights, with snow walls reaching a height of 9-meters (30-feet), allowing visitors to enjoy magnificent views of the vivid blue of the sky contrasted against the white of the snow in perfect harmony. Continue reading for a video and more information.

Aptinet.jp reports that, "National Highway 103, commonly known as the 'Hakkoda-Towada Gold Line,' is a popular sightseeing route in Aomori. 8 km of this 'Hakkoda-Towada Gold Line' stretching from Sukayu to Yachi Hot Springs is closed off in winter, but thanks to the efforts of the Hakkoda Snowplow Squad, they plow through the snow from both ends to meet at Kasamatsu Pass in late March, creating a stunning snow corridor.









This entry was posted on 02/16 04:30am and is filed under Japanese, Travel, World News .
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