Shirakami-Sanchi is a large area of forest in Japan that has been left untouched and is full of natural beauty. Many types of trees, plants, and animals find sanctuary in this forest, safe from the outside world.

Japanese beech trees live on in the Shirakami-Sanchi from millions of years ago, when beech trees around the rest of the world died during the Ice Age. This beautiful forest is perfect for those who love to hike and be in nature, along with nature photographers and climbers.

There are many attractions for the general public to see, but to enter the main part of Shirakami-Sanchi, visitors must get a special permit.


Shirakami Sanchi

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