Introducing the model locations in Yamagata Prefecture that appeared in the Laid-back Camp Part2

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A new kind of girls’ story about the outdoors and girls. The animation depicts the loose outdoor experiences and daily lives of high school girls in Yamanashi Prefecture, along with the beautiful nature of Yamanashi.

You can access part one of the article below.

|What is Laid-back Camp

Laid-back Camp” is an outdoor manga serialized in “Manga Time Kirara Forward” (Houbunsha). Set in Yamanashi Prefecture, it is a popular work that loosely depicts high school girls camping and going about their daily lives. Based on the original author Afro’s own outdoor experiences and interviews, the camping know-how and the beauty of Yamanashi’s nature have become popular and continue to expand the fan base.

|Story of Laid-back Camp

Nadeshiko Kakamigahara, a high school girl who has moved from Shizuoka to Yamanashi, rides her bicycle to Lake Motosu to see “Mt. When Nadeshiko almost falls asleep and gets lost on her intended day trip, she is rescued by Shima Rin, a high school girl who was camping alone. Nadeshiko is rescued by Shima Rin, a high school girl who was camping alone. Her encounter with Rin leads her to fall in love with camping…

If you want to see more details about the story and the characters, please read the following articles.

|Introduction to model sites in Yamanashi Prefecture

After each episode of “Laid-back Camp” airs, we’ll introduce the holy places (model places) in Yamanashi Prefecture where the show takes place, as well as tourist information in the surrounding areas!

In this Part 2, I will introduce the locations that appeared in episodes 4 to 6 of the anime Laid-back Camp.

|“Laid-back Camp” The model location that appeared in Episode four.

JR Yamanashi-shi Station
Nokuru’s first camping trip starts at JR Yamanashi-shi Station!
The place Nokuru chose for his first camping trip…!
In the fourth episode, we’ll take a look at Nokuru’s preparations for his first camping trip, and finally his first camping trip.

Nadeshiko was suddenly late for Kuru’s first camp. The meeting place was Yamanashi Station on the JR Chuo Line.

The station building is currently under renovation.

Chiaki: “Shuppatsu to Eastwood Campground, the first campground in Nokuru!
Nadeshiko and Aoi: “Oooooh!

Nezu Bridge
The bridge on the way to the first camping spot for the wild campers.
It’s about 3km from JR Yamanashi Station to Fuefukigawa Fruit Park, about an hour’s walk.

The members of Nokuru are walking to their first camping spot with great enthusiasm. Everyone was in good spirits until we were crossing the Nezu Bridge…

Chiaki: “I can’t help it~” “I’ll carry that load for you when you’re tired.
Nadeshiko: “Oh, Aki-chan, you’re so cool!

Fuefukigawa Fruit Park
A park with a great view of the Kofu Basin and the new Japan’s three major night views.
Called Fuefuki Park on the air, it is a park that can be enjoyed by families all day long.

From here, you can enjoy a panoramic view of the Kofu Basin.

It is a superb view point where you can see “Mt. Fuji”, which Nadeshiko loves.

Inside the semi-circular glass dome is the “Fruits Plaza”.

Nazuna
The sweets that the three wildlings were eating looked delicious.

Hot Springs
Hot springs on the way to Nokuru’s first camp
On the way to the first camp, Nokuru decided to go to a hot spring.

The entrance to Hotokkeya Onsen is here.

Kirigamine Kogen (Nagano Prefecture)
This is the plateau where Lynn is on her way to solo camping.
Rin eats borscht at Kirigamine Kogen.

|Sightseeing spots around the episode 4 broadcast

Nezu Memorial Hall

In Yamanashi City, where the Nokuru members headed for their first camping trip, there is the Nezu Memorial Museum.
The Nezu Memorial Museum is the former residence of the Nezu family, the family of Kaichiro Nezu I, who was known as the “King of Railways” and influenced the modernization of Japan.
The buildings on the grounds of the Nezu Memorial Museum include the former main building, the Nagaya-mon gate, and the storehouse, which were registered as Tangible Cultural Properties of Japan in 2007, as well as a permanent exhibition room that introduces the life of Kaichiro Nezu and a special exhibition room that displays works of art.
This is a facility where you can enjoy the vast Japanese style architecture, the time flowing slowly in the garden, the scenery changing with the seasons, and the aged trees and wildflowers.

|“Laid-back Camp” The model location that appeared in Episode fifth.

Hot Springs in the Hottarakashi
Hot springs on the way to Nokuru’s first camp
What happens at the hot springs on the way to Nokuru’s first camp…!
In episode 5, we finally get to the story of Nokuru’s first camping trip. Episode 5 is the story of Nokuru’s first camping trip, and it’s full of the excitement and excitement of arriving.

This is the entrance to Hottokaya Onsen’s Achi no Yu.
The Hottarakashi Onsen, which served as a model location, has two hot springs, one here and one there.

Aoi: “Come to think of it, it’s sometimes introduced on TV travel programs.
Chiaki: “Well, it’s a famous hot spring. Well, it’s a famous hot spring. They open early in the morning, and you can watch the sunrise while bathing.
Nadeshiko “Sunrise, that’s nice…
Please check out the anime for the scene in the hot spring that was broadcasted!

Pinewood Campground
Nokuru’s first camping location.
This campground is located about 1.2 km from Hotarakashi Onsen, about a 15-minute walk along a forest road.

This is a campground, so please make camping reservations before you visit.
If you wish to take photographs, please observe good manners and be sure to ask the janitor for permission.

Nadeshiko: “A delicious meal outside with a beautiful view: ……
Aoi: “The best part of camping: ……

Fuefukigawa Fruit Park
A park with a great view of the Kofu Basin and the new Japan’s three major night views.
Called Fuefuki Park on the air, it is a park that can be enjoyed by families all day long.

Fuefukigawa Fruit Park, which served as a model location, is one of the three most beautiful night views in Japan. This place is a “sacred place for lovers. You can enjoy a panoramic view of the Kofu Basin at night.

Nadeshiko’s view of the night view from Fuefukigawa Fruit Park and Lynn’s view of the night view from Takaboch Plateau.
~Surely, they’re connected by the sky. ~

Takaboch Highland (Nagano Prefecture)
Where Lynn headed for solo camping on her moped.
This is where Lynn, who had just gotten her moped license, went solo camping on her moped.

The road to Takaboch Kogen is closed for the winter. The road to Takaboch Highland is currently closed for the winter.

These are photos of the night view of Suwa Lake from Takabocchi Plateau, courtesy of the Shiojiri City Tourism Association.

|Food and drink information related to the broadcast of Episode fifth.

Raising hot balls at Hottarakashi Onsen, which served as a model location.

Nazuna
The Hottarakashi Onsen’s “Onedama-age” that Nokuru was eating looked delicious. They are 130 yen each.

|“Laid-back Camp” The model location that appeared in Episode sixth.

Selva Minobu Store
Shopping on the way to Yakiniku Camp
Nadeshiko and Rin decide to go yakiniku camping at Lake Yotsuoren, and first they go to Super Zebra to get some ingredients…!
In episode 6, Nadeshiko and Rin go on a yakiniku camping trip together. They go to Super Zebra to get the ingredients. They are excited about what kind of meat to buy… What kind of ingredients were they able to procure? Please watch the animation to find out.

We went to Super Zebra to get some food. There is also a 100-yen section inside.

It was a little off schedule, but the two of us found the right ingredients for charcoal grilling. This would be a great use of the “compact fire grill” that Lynn purchased.

Nadeshiko: “Huh? Aoi-chan!
Aoi: “Welcome!
Nadeshiko: “I’ve been working here part-time.
Aoi: “Since last week.

Lake SHIBIREKO / Suimei-so
Nadeshiko and Rin’s barbeque camping place
This is a quiet campsite on a small mountain lake, Sio-ren-ko, 850m above sea level and 1.2km in circumference.
The area from the parking lot to the lakeside is all private property of the campground.
Please be sure to pay the parking fee of 400 yen (200 yen for bikes, free for bicycles).

Arriving at Lake Yotsuoren, Nadeshiko runs out to the lakeside.
Lin, “…… dog-dash.

|Food and drink information related to the broadcast of Episode fifth.

Hot Chai at Suimei-so, the model location

This is the “hot chai” that Sakura Kakamigahara, Nadeshiko’s sister, was drinking when she sent Nadeshiko and Rin to the barbeque camp at Lake Yotsuoren.
There is nothing like a cup of hot chai while enjoying the quiet nature of Lake Yotsuoren at dusk.
A cup is 400 yen.
If you want to enjoy this chai at home, the spices for this chai are sold for 450 yen! Please enjoy the special spices blended by Indians living in Ichikawa Misato Town.

Nazuna
That’s all for episode 6! Next, I’ll show you the locations for episodes 7 through 10.I can’t wait to go camping too. The fried onsen egg looked so good!

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