A spring of Awaji Island: Awaji Yumebutai3


Hundred step garden 

< 1. Hundred step garden >

 

This time, we look down the whole from elevated hill.

今回は、高台から全体を見下ろします。

 

 A panoramic view of Awaji Yumebutai  

< 2.  A panoramic view of Awaji Yumebutai  >

A red frame is the place having taken the photo.

赤枠が今回の撮影地点です。

 

 a view from the rooftop terrace 

< 3. a view from the rooftop terrace >

Upper fig.: the right is the hotel, and the beach of the shell is located just on the underside.

If it isn’t dim, Osaka and Wakayama are visible beyond Osaka Bay.

Lower fig.: a garden and a fountain are in the rooftop terrace. 

 

上図: 右側がホテル、下が貝の浜。霞んでいなければ大阪湾の向こうに大阪、和歌山が見える。

下図: 屋上の庭園、噴水。

 

Hundred step garden 

< 4. Hundred step garden  >

Upper fig.: the flowers of around the world are blooming in the hundred step garden.

Akashi Kaikyo National Government Park is seen beyond it.

Lower fig.: The long artificial waterfall is seen at the front.

The flowing water is maintaining a fixed rhythm, and falls down the stairs.

 

上図: 百段苑には世界中の花が咲き誇る。その向こうに淡路島国営明石海峡公園が見える。

下図: 手前に人口の滝が見える。水は一定のリズムを保ち、階段を流れ落ちて行く。

 

I looked down the hotel from a top of Hundred step garden  

< 5. I looked down the hotel from a top of Hundred step garden  >

 

 The roof of the Green house is seen at the lower right 

< 6. The roof of the Green house is seen at the lower right >

The other side of the sea is a cityscape of Kobe and Mt. R     okko.

This time, although I don’t introduce it, Akashi Kaikyo National Government Park and the Green house are also wonderful.

 

Introducing about Awaji Yumebutai is last now.

海の向こうは神戸の街並みと六甲山。

今回、紹介していませんが海峡公園と温室の植物館も素晴らしいです。

 

これで淡路夢舞台の紹介を終わります。

 

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