Mount Tsukuba 筑波山

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La montagne violette

Le mont Tsukuba est situédans la province d'Ibaraki, à environ 90 kilomètres au nord deTokyo. Il s'agit d'une des montagnes les plus connues du pays,appartenant à la liste des 100 montagnes célèbres du Japon. Ausommet, lors que le temps est clair, elle offre une superbe vue surla plaine du Kanto.

The double peak

 

One of the peculiarities of Mount Tsukuba is to be composed - unlike most Japanese mountains - of non-volcanic rocks such as granite or gabbro, which favors the local vegetation. Another characteristic, more notable, is to complete its summit with a double peak, understood in the Japanese imagination as a "couple" . The male peak "nantai" rises to 871 meters and the female peak "nyotai" to 877 meters . Its nickname "purple mountain" comes from the color it takes on in the morning and early evening.

View of the double peak of Mount Tsukuba

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A floral paradise

 

Mount Tsukuba hosts an extremely diverse flora. At its feet, there are mountain cherry trees, Japanese red pines, cryptomerias or Japanese cedars, while higher up, beeches and Japanese maples dominate. The ascent between mid-February and mid-March is an opportunity to cross a sea of flowering plum trees , more than thirty species offering their light pink flowers in spring.

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Plum flowers in early spring

Plum blossoms in early spring.

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The legend of the mountain

 

Mount Tsukuba is the subject of several Japanese ancestral legends. One of them relates that a divinity descended from the heavens and asked the mountains for a refuge for the night. Mount Fuji, proud and arrogant, refused, while Mount Tsukuba, more modest, offered his asylum , as well as food and drink. As a result, Mount Fuji is afflicted with sterility coupled with a cold and lonely environment, while Mount Tsukuba is a land of choice for floral richness and changing colors with each season.

Read also : 5 famous Japanese legends

 

Moreover, in Japanese folklore, the nantai represents the male deity Izanagi while the nyotai would be Izanami , the two divine entities that gave birth to Japan, its people and its other deities.

Izanami et Izanagi

Izanami and Izanagi

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Rizière au pied du mont Tsukuba

Rice field at the foot of Mount Tsukuba

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