Shirakami Forest has excellent water retention so that it is said to be a natural dam.
The rain that falls on the forest is stored in the beech foliage that covers the surface of the earth and penetrates underground over a long period of time. Impurities are removed by a natural filter to make pure water that comes out to the surface. The abundant water source of Shirakami created in this way continues to protect all the lives that live in the forest.
The water in the Shirakami Mountains is a blessing of nature that has been nurtured over time.
World Natural Heritage Shirakami Mountains
What is the World Natural Heritage Shirakami Mountains?
The Shirakami Mountains are recognized as having an extremely valuable ecosystem in which the world's largest virgin beech forest and the precious flora and fauna supported by the beech forest are distributed. In 1993, it was the first in Japan along with Yakushima. It was registered as a World Natural Heritage (Natural Heritage).
The Shirakami Mountains, a World Natural Heritage Site, is a general term for mountains with an area of approximately 130,000 hectares that stretch from southwestern Aomori prefecture to northwestern Akita prefecture between latitudes 40 degrees 20 minutes and 45 minutes north.
The Aomori prefecture side has 12,627 hectares, which accounts for about three-quarters, and the Akita prefecture side has 4,344 hectares.
In the Shirakami Mountains, there are 1,000-meter-class mountains that are hardly affected by humans and beautiful waterfalls with heads, and in the rich forest there are special natural monuments such as Japanese serows, natural monuments black woodpeckers, and golden eagles. Many flora and fauna inhabit the natural ecosystem.
About "Water in the Shirakami Mountains"
Ultra-soft water with a hardness of 0.2 mg / L
Ultra-soft water with a mellow taste and no habit.
The manufacturing method is a method of passing through a very fine micro filter, and it is not heated at all.
Therefore, oxygen is alive and you can enjoy the mellow raw taste.
In addition, since it does not contain extra minerals, it can be safely consumed by both babies and the elderly without straining the body.
Pure water nurtured in a natural dam
A beech forest with excellent water retention that is said to be a natural dam.
The rain that fell on the beech forest in the Shirakami Mountains, which is said to have been born in the Jomon period, is stored in the thick beech leaf soil that covers the surface of the earth, and penetrates underground over a daunting period of time.
Then, impurities are removed by the filter of the forest soil, and it becomes pure water and comes out to the surface again.
"Water in the Shirakami Mountains" is water where you can feel the natural vitality of the beech forest.
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