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For many Japanese, the annual “Golden Week” is the most welcome time of the year.

It is then that inside of just seven days locals enjoy four national holidays!

This means that during beginning of May there is hardly a spot left in the country that is not packed full of vacationers.

As seen here near Matsumoto, in the heart of the Japanese Alps, hundreds of sojourners are not even deterred by mountains, enjoying their springtime despite camping in the snow.

For many Japanese, the annual “Golden Week” is the most welcome time of the year.

It is then that inside of just seven days locals enjoy four national holidays!

This means that during beginning of May there is hardly a spot left in the country that is not packed full of vacationers.

As seen here near Matsumoto, in the heart of the Japanese Alps, hundreds of sojourners are not even deterred by mountains, enjoying their springtime despite camping in the snow.

For many Japanese, the annual “Golden Week” is the most welcome time of the year.

It is then that inside of just seven days locals enjoy four national holidays!

This means that during beginning of May there is hardly a spot left in the country that is not packed full of vacationers.

As seen here near Matsumoto, in the heart of the Japanese Alps, hundreds of sojourners are not even deterred by mountains, enjoying their springtime despite camping in the snow.

For many Japanese, the annual “Golden Week” is the most welcome time of the year.

It is then that inside of just seven days locals enjoy four national holidays!

This means that during beginning of May there is hardly a spot left in the country that is not packed full of vacationers.

As seen here near Matsumoto, in the heart of the Japanese Alps, hundreds of sojourners are not even deterred by mountains, enjoying their springtime despite camping in the snow.

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