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Forest bathing in Japan

Shinanomachi, Nagano prefecture, Japan, April 17 2017 - A group of 3 newly hired employees of TDK Lambda company experience a forest bathing (shinrin yoku) around Lake Nojiri. During the 3-hour walk, the guide, Kazuhiro KORIKI, explains about the local fona and flora and makes them experience the forest in an altenative way, by using a stetoscop, cutting trees, lying on the leaves or taking meditative breathes.
A sign a the start of the walk, with the Japanese kanjis hitoki 人木 (人=human, 木=tree).
CREDIT: Jeremie Souteyrat for The Wall Street Journal
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Shinanomachi, Nagano prefecture, Japan, April 17 2017 - A group of 3 newly hired employees of TDK Lambda company experience a forest bathing (shinrin yoku) around Lake Nojiri. During the 3-hour walk, the guide, Kazuhiro KORIKI, explains about the local fona and flora and makes them experience the forest in an altenative way, by using a stetoscop, cutting trees, lying on the leaves or taking meditative breathes.<br />
A sign a the start of the walk, with the Japanese kanjis hitoki 人木 (人=human, 木=tree).<br />
CREDIT: Jeremie Souteyrat for The Wall Street Journal<br />
Slug: FOREST