Source: Armadas The Enchanting Forests Of Yakushima Explored In Stunning 8K Video 2019-09-10 Tue 2019-09-10 Tue Located off the southern coast of Kyushu, the lush, green cedar forests of Yakushima are heralded as one of the most beautiful areas in Japan and designated as a Natural World Heritage Site. Its famous Shiratani Unsuikyo Ravine, which is home to a gorgeous hiking trail and some of the oldest living trees in Japan, served as the inspiration for the enchanting forests featured in Studio Ghibli's Princess Mononoke. Yakushima is often praised as having a mystical and ancient quality to it that makes hiking through the beautiful scenery all the more rewarding. この投稿をInstagramで見る Colinさん(@kreaytor)がシェアした投稿 - 2019年 9月月9日午後12時57分PDT Video production company Armadas captures that fantastical aspect perfectly with new entry in their stunning "Japan in 8K" series, which explores regions of Japan and highlights their scenic quality in high quality video definition. This breathtaking journey through Yakushima will have you ready to book a plane ticket in no time! By - Big Neko. Tags: 8K / Japan / Kyushu / Yakushima / YouTube grape Japan Culture The Enchanting Forests Of Yakushima Explored In Stunning 8K Video Related Article Traditional Japanese Paper cutting Art Turns Pop Up Greeting Cards Into Beautiful Messages Super long eel sushi roll plushie is your new good luck cuddle buddy Never Eat Alone With This Virtual YouTuber’s Anime Girl Dining Experience 21 Colored Photographs From 1800’s Japan Showing The Beauty Of Traditional Arts And Culture Sumo Wrestler Performs Ring Entrance Ceremony While Skydiving From 4,000 Meters (With A Referee) Pet Bird’s Nightly Routine Causes Stir On Japanese Twitter!