Walking on the Tedori Riverside

With an average bed slope of 1/27, Tedori River is one of the fastest rivers in Japan, flowing from its source the sacred Mt. Hakusan into the Sea of Japan. This picture was taken on the river bank down from the natural trail behind the Roadside Station “Shirayamasan” in Nomi City. Although it is easily overlooked with hardly any signs for directions, it is a peaceful place full of appeal. A wonderful rest spot when sightseeing around the foot of Mt. Hakusan.














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