Memanbetsu, Hokkaido, Japan by Fred Cook

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This photo was taken in 2020 just before the pandemic put us all in lockdown.It is a tourist attraction along National Route 39 in Memanbetsu, Ozora, and it has became popular beauty spot because the scenery was used for famous Japanese movie "Dreams" filmed by Mr. Akira Kurosawa. These seven trees are known as the Kurosawa trees and are just to the side of the road, so access could not be easier. We were lucky as there had just been a snowfall which made the trees stand out against a dull sky.

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