田貫湖の森 – Tanuki Lake Forest

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I was around Fuji with a friend and our intention was to go and see the famous Shiraito falls. Unfortunately we could not go very close to it because there was construction work going on so we decided to drive to the lake Tanuki which is only 7 Km away from the falls.

The lake is very small but popular destination for camping and daily trips, since you can enjoy the view of the mount Fuji. If you never seen pictures like this most likely was taken from the Tanuki ko.

The lake has also a dense forest on one side and despite the usual noisy vehicles coming and going and the loud children and parents, I have managed to get 3 mins of these beautiful sounds. Having said that the humans weren’t the only issue, the calls ( if i can call them like this ) were shifting from one side to the other of the woods as if there were placed in a linear looping timeline of DAW, it was frustrating and took me more than 2 hours to get such a short take.

enjoy!

# SoundDevices Recorder – DPA Microphones

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3 thoughts on “田貫湖の森 – Tanuki Lake Forest

  1. This is my favorite of all the recordings I’ve been listening too on your site – nicely strange and beautiful.

    This is David from Loud Loud World, thank you for your comments and likes on my site last week. I have really been enjoying your recordings as well.

    Some in particular really stand out for me:
    The sound in Underwater Rain is wonderful, remarkably similar to my Borneo plant recording in the Three Recordings;
    Sadhu Well was another nice one … a simple, elegant recording, has inspired me to make similar recordings of everyday quiet moments;
    Sing-Along was another nice one. I too wish I could identify some of these bird calls I hear – I wish there was an app or something that would help, something like Shazam for bird calls!

    I’ve been really lazy about making recordings in the past few years, but I’ve been trying to get back into it – your comments have helped!

    If you ever listen to soundcloud may I also recommend the recordings of Tim Lewis – https://soundcloud.com/timlewis77

    Best

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