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Nishizawa Ravine - The Nishizawa ravine is in the upper part of the Fuefuki river which flows through Yamanashi Prefecture. This is a place famous for autumnal leaves to a tourist. Since the place has many waterfalls and drops, it is a ground of yearning for a paddler. However, in order to arrive at the place, he has to carry a heavy load on the back, and has to walk for 2 hours or more. That is, the place is a long corridor which is well-informed about Heaven and hell..
Added: Nov 18.
Tadami river uper section - Tadami river is a river of the place between mountains through which it flows into Niigata Prefecture from Fukushima Prefecture. Since this river makes the Oze marshland the head, its water does not get husky all the year round. However, registration is not close brought here because of a heavy snowfall. There are many people of mountain stream fishing and a kayak is not made on this river in summer. It is from October to the beginning of November that a kayak can be enjoyed in this section of this river. We were not able to miss the time but were able to pass one wonderful day..
Added: Nov 10.
Hinoemata creek - We enjoyed the kayak on the Hinoemata creekr. The Hinoemata creek is flowing through unexplored region Hinoemata in Fukushima Prefecture. Water is beautifully clear and it offered the scene with wonderful autumnal leaves. Although two brave persons challenged the waterfall, it finished with the regrettable result. However, we were able to do skilled of the kayak on the wonderful creekr on that day..
Added: Nov 6.
Hinoemata creek - We enjoyed the kayak in rain. Hinoemata creek is in the unexplored region in Fukushima Prefecture. Two brave persons descended the 6m waterfall which exists first. The subsequent section was also swollen and it was able to enjoy the intense kayak..
Added: Oct 22.
Ohboke in the high water level - We enjoyed the kayak on the Yoshino river which rose on the day when the typhoon passed away. The water level in Shimona has increased from 1.58 m the previous day to 3.82 m. The Oboke section enjoyed on that day is a famous place for a kayaker along with Koboke. There were very big wave and current here and there, and while the weather improved gradually, we did skilled of the kayak in a high-water level ..
Added: Sep 23.
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