Nippara calcareous cave
West Tamagun Okutama cho Nippara.
  • What prefecture is this?
  • The place that we are in is now is Tokyo.
  • There is a large cave.
  • Really?
  • Did you know it?
  • That is an entrance.
  • Wow.
  • Uh-uh.
  • I'm waiting here.
  • Did you play hide-and-seek as a child?
  • I didn't hide in the cave.
  • I wait here.
  • Okay, wait there.
  • With a bear.
  • Bear?
  • I go to the cave.
  • Very large.
  • Beautiful and mysterious.
  • Hey, There is something.
  • What is there?
  • Who dug this hole?
  • This rock is limestone.
  • It dissolved in rain and groundwater.
  • So what?
  • Nobody digs it.
  • Natural cave.
  • Stones such as the icicle are stalactite.
  • It grows by three centimeters in 200 years.
  • There are stones spreading from the bottom.
  • The stones needs double time.
  • It grows by three centimeters in 400 years.
  • Hush!
  • What's that?
  • Do you hear any sound?
  • Is there a speaker device?
  • That is the Water koto cave.
  • The sound that a drop of water hit a water in bottle.
  • Musical instrument of the drop of water.
  • Hot.
  • The temperature is 11 degrees all the year over.
  • It is cool in the summer.
  • Buddhist priests trained himself in old days here.
  • Hey, Where do you go to?
  • I want to go back.
  • The total extension of this cave is 1,270 meter.
  • Do you still walk?
  • I want to leave here.
  • Where is an exit?
  • There are stairs there.
  • I don't want to climb it.
  • I wait here.
  • These stairs are very steep.
  • The pitch difference is 134 meter.
  • It is higher than a common building.
  • This new cave was discovered in 1962.
  • Don't do anything unnecessary.
  • Did you come?
  • This is because you are afraid.
  • We walked for 40 minutes.
  • Have a nice evening.
  • Are you claustrophobia?
  • Came back.
  • Let's go to Okutama lake.
  • You seem good.
  • I'm going to go to Oume for my job.