《 鳥語百說 . 第一集 》 日本青木原樹海 美麗綠油油的神秘地區 – 不鳥穀

鳥語百說 青木原樹海 (青木ヶ原-あおきがはら) gomafringo 2816x2112 上字

嗨~大家好,我是 不鳥穀 的 鳥小編,從今天起會有一系列新的節目,要分享給大家喔~ 這一系列的節目,鳥小編將之取名為《 鳥語百說 》。

今天是《鳥語百說》的第一集,也是試營運的開箱文。

廢話不多說,今天要跟大家說說一個神祕的地方,也就是位於日本的「青木原樹海」,日文念作「青木ヶ原(あおきがはら)」。這片美麗綠油油的神秘地區,就位於富士山腳下,約有3000公頃,交通也算方便。然而青木原樹海之所以出名,並非景色優美,而是日本人最喜歡來此自殺,故有「自殺森林」之稱。大概是因為交通便利容易到達,且樹木高大蓊鬱、產生高度隱密的特性,還有小說電影中對主角在此自殺的唯美描繪,以及日本社會高壓又高消費的種種現實因素,每年都有許多人來此自殺。的確,青木原樹海在過去有富士山噴發後的熔岩凝固,因此蘊藏豐富的磁鐵礦,易使指南針失靈,極有可能失去方向感而導致意外的發生。

鳥語百說 青木原樹海 (青木ヶ原-あおきがはら) gomafringo 2816x2112 上字

▲《 鳥語百說 . 第一集 》 日本青木原樹海(青木ヶ原-あおきがはら ),美麗綠油油的神秘地區。(攝影/gomafringo (CC BY-SA 2.0) )

而這種種的現象,加上好倫的剖析與分享,是否將引導我們對生活有所啟發,並產生新的看法呢……?

就讓我們給他看下去~

影片來源:好倫 〈如果發現藏在樹海裡的50億……還會想自殺嗎?|深日本|好倫〉 https://youtu.be/vsUoxxvVku8

 

 

資料來源:

  1. 樹海の下-Under the sea of trees — 樹海と地下世界の境界線
  2. 好倫 〈如果發現藏在樹海裡的50億……還會想自殺嗎?|深日本|好倫〉

 


 

 

 

Aokigahara (青木ヶ原), also known as the Sea of Trees (樹海 Jukai), is a forest on the northwestern flank of Japan’s Mount Fuji thriving on 30 square kilometres (12 sq mi) of hardened lava laid down by the last major eruption of Mount Fuji in 864 CE.[1] The western edge of Aokigahara, where there are several caves that fill with ice in winter, is a popular destination for tourists and school trips. Parts of Aokigahara are very dense, and the porous lava absorbs sound, helping to provide visitors with a sense of solitude.[2]

The forest has a historical reputation as a home to yūrei: ghosts of the dead in Japanese mythology. In recent years, Aokigahara has become internationally known as “the Suicide Forest”, one of the world’s most prevalent suicide sites, and signs at the head of some trails urge suicidal visitors to think of their families and contact a suicide prevention association.

The forest floor mostly consists of volcanic rock which can be difficult to penetrate with hand tools such as picks or shovels. Since the forest is very dense, in recent years, hikers and tourists trekking through Aokigahara have begun to use plastic tape to mark their paths so as to avoid getting lost.[3] Designated trails lead to several tourist attractions such as the Narusawa Ice CaveFugaku Wind Cave and Lake Sai Bat Cave which are three larger lava caves near to Mount Fuji, the ice cave being frozen all around the year.[4] The first kilometer of the forest is littered with tape and other rubbish left by tourists, despite officials’ attempts to remove it. After the first kilometer into Aokigahara towards Mount Fuji within the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, the forest is in better condition, with few obvious signs of human presence.[citation needed]

Aokigahara has been falsely portrayed as a place where navigational compasses go haywire. Needles of magnetic compasses will move if placed directly on the lava, aligning with the rock’s natural magnetism, which varies in iron content and strength by location. However, a compass behaves as expected when held at a normal height.[2]