Source: @7474keisuke1 Photographer Captures Japan’s Stunning Scenery and it Looks Straight From a Fantasy Movie 2018-06-11 Mon 2018-06-11 Mon Social media has become a great way to discover photographers and artists whose work we probably would never have been exposed to pre-internet. The collective ‘Tokyo Camera Club’ consistently promotes Japan’s best photographers on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. This photographer (@7474keisuke1) recently caught the attention of Japanese Twitter after taking a photo that looks like it belongs on a movie poster. Source: @7474keisuke1 If that doesn't already make you want to pack your bags and explore Japan, many of his other shots showcase the country's incredible scenery. When showing off the beautiful natural phenomena, these photos convey an unreal, dreamlike quality that makes us want to escape from our inner-city lives as fast as possible, and immerse ourselves in Japan’s forests and mountains. Although the photographer's intention may not have been to promote Japan in particular, these images will make anyone start mentally planning their trip. For example, two very unique serendipitous occurrences that can only be witnessed at very exact times in very specific places in Japan are shown in these photos. The first, Diamond Fuji, is a phenomenon that occurs when the sun seems to sit directly above the summit of Mount Fuji, looking like a sparkling diamond atop the mountain. It happens most often during the winter solstice when the days are shorter. Source: @7474keisuke1 The morning sunlight streams through Kameiwa Cave located in Chiba prefecture and reflects in the river, creating a heart shape. This only happens around the spring and autumn equinoxes. Source: @7474keisuke1 But when natural phenomena combine with the manmade you can get special results too. This photo shows city lights when viewed from above a sea of clouds. It looks like a submerged town swathed in the Northern Lights. Source: @7474keisuke1 But Japan’s more urban side can look equally as stunning. Summer is the time for firework displays and they don’t do things by halves. Source: @7474keisuke1 Too see more of Keisuke's photography check out his Instagram and Twitter! By - grape Japan editorial staff. Source:7474keisuke1 / kei7474 Tags: Mount Fuji / Nature / Photography / Scenery grape Japan Art Photographer Captures Japan’s Stunning Scenery and it Looks Straight From a Fantasy Movie Related Article Marvel At This Beautiful Mt. Fuji Rock Glass – And It’s Hand Made! Japanese Sushi Chain Issues Apology, Bans Photography After Viral YouTube Video Nighttime Factory Photo Exhibition Features Sites You Can Actually Visit Yourself Stunning Painting-Like Photography Shows Off The Beauty Of Rainy Season In Japan Hokkaido Now Has a ‘Cloud Walk’ in its Snowy Mountains Which One of These Women Is a Photograph?