陣馬山 – Mount Jinba

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When the spring arrives in Japan, one bird call you are most likely to hear in the wood around the country is the sound of a little bird called Uguisu a.k.a. Japanese Bush Warbler. This was recorded around 5 a.m. on Mount Jimba during a night hike. I have another audio recording of this little charming bird in here, but at closer proximity.

For those who aren’t familiar with Tokyo, Mount Jinba is a very popular destination for hikers, mountain lovers and families. The mountain is about 850 meters high and the trek is very easy.  As it is only an hour away from Tokyo, it makes a perfect escape day trip from the overwhelming city.

Enjoy!

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14 thoughts on “陣馬山 – Mount Jinba

  1. You’ve captured a nice stillness in an area so close to such a loud area, it’s nice to know these places still exist. I can imagine it was a special moment to be there recording that morning!

    1. Hi Jay-Dea, well the recording has plenty of EQ 🙂 I actually illegally camped there with friends and I can tell you I could hear clearly motorbike roaring during the night. It is always special when I’m surrounded by nature and I can’t find the right words to describe those feelings. Thanks for stopping by. I hope one day i’ll see you back here in japan for some audio recordings.

    1. You right, It is a beautiful call but those little birds are hard to spot with naked eye due to their size. A binocular may be really helpful. Thanks for stopping by. By the way love your pictures 🙂

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