A Local Famous Man and His Poems

In his work “Nanatsumori,” he noted the forest’s rocks had an unusual composition. He was attracted to this uniqueness and often visited Natatsumori forest to enjoy the rock formations. Mr. Miyazawa was familiar with geology and geomorphology and Nanatsumori greatly influenced in his unique vision of nature and the world. Later, Nanatsumori became one of the locations where he composed “Ihatov” (the ideal lands). Even today, many people visit there because it was a place beloved by Kenji Miyazawa.

Nanatsumori(Seven Forests)

Nanatsumori

A Distant View of Ikumoriyama

Distant-View-of-Ikumoriyama

The Scenery from the Top of Ikumoriyma

Top-of-Ikumoriyma

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