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Aizu-Wakamatsu Train Station Camera, rest in peace. For now.

湯野上温泉駅 Yunokami-Onsen Station:

別所温泉駅 Bessho-Onsen Station:

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snowy morning in Asahikawa

>> No.17912808

tohoku line a comfiest

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Winter is coming

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Fuck its beautiful.

>> No.17920910

I'm going to start a tradition where we share one interesting train topic per thread

>> No.17922226

Do you mean everyone shares something they've found? If it were just one person that would be a pretty 乏しい flow of information

>> No.17922520

good point, I always encourage sharing
It's just that someone has to remember to bring it up every thread

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I'll see if I can find something nice to post when I get home. In the meantime, have a neat picture I found on Futaba

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Neat. Is that the train board on Futaba? I thought Futaba was dead-ish? Haven't been there in years when I used to browse regularly.

Also train heading to Hamahara Station 浜原駅 which services a whooping 6 people a day!
Speaking of dead rural Japan is dead.

>> No.17926070

fucking rice niggers having companies which have a sense of societal duty as well as monetary duty. It isn't fair.

>> No.17926141

Rural Japan needs more living incentive, money, to start the undeading process, but its a problem with very little awareness and willing action behind it. That makes me sad.

>> No.17926845

Oh geez, the entire line only serves about 80 people per day.

>> No.17928020


This is why you need to visit these lines now. They're not going to be around forever.

>> No.17928026


Oh, looks like this one is closing at the end of March next year. There you go.

>> No.17928606

Tfw I come to this board for the first time in years and see this thread

I live like 30min from Aizu-Wakamatsu. Small world

>> No.17929360

Take pictures for us.

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>In fiscal 2014, the line carried an average of 50 passengers per km per day, compared to 458 per km per day in 1987.
.On 29 September 2016, JR West announced that the entire line will close on 31 March 2018.
Oh geez.
>This is why you need to visit these lines now. They're not going to be around forever.
I know anon. I have no one to go with and I feel guilty for travelling when shit in my personal life isn't fixed. Its literally been a decade now.

>> No.17929420

How's life treating you in Touhoku? Have you begun to understand their dialect?

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>Muh KiHa DMU.

>> No.17933412


Next time I go near a station I will do for you anons.


Sadly my Japanese is still terrible, N4 at best, I can do general easy conversation so life here is fine, but not much more than that.

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>> No.17934329

What kind of job do you have?

I'll be moving to Hokkaido next year.

>> No.17934388

How do you guys move to Japan? Through Uni?

>> No.17934463

Job, JET or similar, University, expat, foreign cook, US Military.

Those are your options.

>> No.17934683

Now rank them in terms of easiness and then comfiness.

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Why don't you do some of your own research you mongoloid? If you can't do at least that, you certainly don't have what it takes to achieve a comfortable lifestyle in Japan.

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>> No.17935307

>Calling people mongoloids on 4chan

I also think you are confusing "mongoloid" with "entitled."

>> No.17935476

Are you saying there's something wrong with calling someone who's acting entitled a mongoloid?

>> No.17935503

I think you mean "self-entitled".

>> No.17935523

mongolia is cool dude
horses n shit

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monochrome mornings

>> No.17935782

No, it is just kind of self-imposing on 4chan. That's all I'm saying.

No, I meant "entitled."
>believing oneself to be inherently deserving of privileges or special treatment.

Self-entitled is like saying "MFW when..." You need to stop watching the media. They half less answers than you think.

>> No.17936213

Guessing Job would be the easiest choice? Also what's JET?

>> No.17936439

I thought we were talking about Fukushima dialect.

>> No.17936488

fugg it was dialect? 迷惑をかけてしまいました。

>> No.17936586

I miss it so much

>> No.17937117

I actually saw a show on TV where they were comparing dialects and just speaking traits from different regions and there were some hilarious ones, but notably for Fukushima if someone is telling you a story and they pause its common to prompt with だから, no matter what the story is about.
So if someone tells you that their girlfriend dumped them you say だから because you want to know more so you can sympathize with them, but it sounds like you don't care.

Toyama has the best dialect though

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>learn Japanese
>can't leave Tokyo or they start swapping out syllables randomly

>> No.17937578

I guess it's no different from an American going to the English countryside.

>> No.17937771

They, at least, know the base language as their primary language.

It's more like a foreigner learning American English, living in America for a few years, and then going to the English countryside.

>> No.17937813

that doesn't sound so bad

i mean i know this isn't fully comparable but quite a few video games like to throw in characters who mostly speak in some non-tokyo dialect

usually it only takes me maybe half an hour from them becoming relevant for me to catch on to most of their quirks

i'm assuming if you traveled to a new region of japan your could mostly get up to speed in a few days

>> No.17937877

Depending if it is subtitled or not, generally it is much easier to pick up the important parts if you have the text.
If you are having to work by ear it will be much more difficult.

As I mentioned, though, there are also usage differences, and sometimes vocabulary differences, to pick up that even Japanese people from other regions don't know about.

It's certainly not impossible to deal with and learn, and most of the time they will use "standard" dialect when dealing with foreigners, but it is interesting and there can be some gotchas in there that crop up once you start getting to know a person in a new region well (so they stop using "standard" with you).

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Depends on what your own specialties/preferences are.

As mentioned before, it depends greatly on your background. In terms of risk/reward, doing it during your studies is probably the best in my opinion.

JET is a program for importing native english speakers to teach as assistants in classrooms. There are other programs along this vein, though much smaller. I personally detest the JET program for unimportant reasons. For the purposes of actually getting there, its probably the widest catchall. Just look at some second step integration programs and act for yourself while you're on it.

>> No.17938273

>I personally detest the JET program for unimportant reasons.

Because you're a generic English programmer, which is now considered lower than JET in "expat communities"?

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>> No.17938973

It seems odd to me to go to a new country just to associate with other people who came to that same country from probably the same place you did...

It seems like you could just stay home?

I'm probably missing something, though.

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People want someone they can relate their culture shock and issues unique to themselves to, so why not others in the same boat? You can still want to be there but also want the comfort of viewpoints and attitudes you're already used to.

That being said as the devil's advocate, I don't agree with that approach at all. I got a windfull of that shit when I first moved to the US, and I feel it just places an artificial barrier between both integration and cultural understanding. I've known people in the US who, after a decade, still don't 'fit' and can't go without leaning on their own immigrant community, and with time I'll be able to say that about here too.

Just to keep this thread on topic (sorry!), lets lament the HEAVY downsizing planned by JR Hokkaido. If you're a fan of derelict lines, now is your chance...

>> No.17939348

I was up north and they kept calling my boss a horse instead of a girl. Luckily my boss don't speak a word of Japanese but initially it confused the ever loving shit out of me.

>> No.17939409

Thats monochrome?

>> No.17939413

the sky

>> No.17939577

I agree 100%. Previously when I was in Japan I focused on making Japanese friends. And I'll do the same when I'm back there.

But I guess it depends on one's situation. If you don't know the language and expat community can be your safe space. Then again, why move to Japan if you don't know the language?

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>why move to Japan if you don't know the language?


>> No.17939618

>Then again, why move to Japan if you don't know the language?
This so much. Going to a country which doesn't have a significant number of native speakers of your own language just seems so bizarre to me, unless you're doing it specifically to learn it by immersion.

If you really want to go somewhere, you need to know the language!

>> No.17939818

Then again, there's no reason why that should be a reason in itself.
There's no way you can't watch anime for at least 4 years and not have picked up some basic Japanese comprehension. Hell, watch unsubbed TV shows, news streams, weather streams, variety shows, LINE Live, Nico Nico Live, or even Youtube to force yourself to adjust to listening to raw normal/day-to-day Japanese. It's not high-brow entertainment, but it helps. Hear a word you don't know? Google it. If you want to learn some comprehension and phrases through entertainment without sitting down and *learning*, those are some of your options. You might be a "weeaboo", but learning the culture and language will help you adjust faster and keep you from being treated like a special-needs child all the time (not that you won't anyway on virtue of being a foreigner).

>> No.17939971


Sorry, but I don't quite understand what your point is.

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snowy hokkaido (except kushiro)

>> No.17940584

what happens to lines that are shut down? (besides a lack of incoming/outgoing trains) are they just suddenly neglected?

>> No.17940614


Don't know about Japan, but usually the tracks are taken up for scrap. Same with the copper cabling. The buildings are left to rot.

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the Dolomites Railway is now used for cross-country skiing in winter and cycling in summer

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Why doesn't Kushiro have snow? Its right next to a river as well.

>> No.17944120

>that pic
Pure comfyness.

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When did Ueda castle get night vision?

>> No.17952048

I thought it was always had it? Or maybe its just close to the holiday period.

Either way nothing of value here considering there is no sound, you can't really see much and nothing is going to happen at night at these places.

>> No.17952182

You can't move to Japan without knowing the language because of anime or any other media, since continuous exposure to them will teach you basic comprehension of the language.

>> No.17952505


Soemon-cho, around Dotonbori in Osaka

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beautiful pre dawns.

>> No.17953831

The Milwaukee Road through the northern Rocky Mountains in Burgerland is now a long-distance hiking trail. (Go ask >>>/n/ for heated debates about its ignoble demise.)

>> No.17954000

where is this one?

>> No.17954191

here more or less
35.663138, 139.732554

spam filter picks up direct links and I have 0 clue about the Japanese address system

>> No.17954200

i mean the stream

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>> No.17954216

thanks m8

>> No.17954266

Hi guys. Anyone know if there is a live camera stream from Hibarigaoka station? I used to live and work in Japan the late 90's came back in 2001 and Fuck fuck fuck i miss japan.

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>> No.17954282

As far as was able to tell with my bad search, no.
But here are some videos https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=%E3%81%B2%E3%81%B0%E3%82%8A%E3%83%B6%E4%B8%98%E9%A7%85

>> No.17954355

Thank you. Its very hard for me to watch. Brings back so many memories, its killer!

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>> No.17955756

What train is that? Look fancy.

>> No.17956668

It's just not the same without that train station.

>> No.17956965

what if I'm going there to learn it, faggot

>> No.17956970

>watch unsubbed TV shows, news streams, weather streams, variety shows

give links pls

>> No.17957064

and so am I.

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>> No.17957307

>I used to live and work in Japan the late 90's came back in 2001
How old are you?

>> No.17957310

Same. But what we have left is not too bad here.

>> No.17957652

... how young are you anon?

>> No.17957977

51. I worked in 2d animation for 2 and a half years. Then immigration said you are poor and you don't make money like a gaijin businessman. I said no animator(I started as an assistant animator - "Dohga") makes that kind of money. So they sent a letter to my producer and i knew he wasn't gonna give me more money (and i didn't want it) So that was the end of that.
Was an absolute beautiful experience. I had no problems fitting into the new culture as i studied it for my entire life. Now the Japanese are letting in Muslims that want to kill them off and wont kick them out, yet they kick me out of the country, a man who got paid peanuts but loved the Japanese people. Life is fucking insane sometimes.

>> No.17958177

Well Japanese immigration rules are strict. They already have a population of 120 million. You gotta have something unique from millions of other Japs to get in.

>> No.17958457

proxy access to abema.tv

>> No.17958586

Shikishima. An ultra-lux cruise train.

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I'll be rich enough to ride it someday, just you wait!

>> No.17958997

tell me how bad of an idea this is

>go to jap language school
>after that go to a vocational college in japan
>try to look for work after

Realistically speaking, am I fucked or is there any chance that a Japanese company will hire a foreigner like me, or will they just choose a korean/chinese - no matter how proficient I am at whatever I end up doing?

>> No.17959002

You could open your own company there and so you'd be able to live there.

>> No.17959097

As a rule, you don't want to work for a Japanese company.

>> No.17959180

bad idea, there are easier better ways of doing so

>> No.17960089


Cool story. I'm an animator with a bunch of experience (not just in animation either) and I've long considered trying to get a job over there. My language skills suck though.

I thought the immigration was super strict (as it should be) regardless? I know they've hardly admitted any "refugees".

I'd spend any free weekends riding trains around, which is what I do when I go there on holiday.

>> No.17960205

I want to take a train there every day

>> No.17960210

How can you get a work in Japan at N4?
Most what I've been looking at is requirement at N3 or higher

>> No.17960217

You shouldn't even try unless you have N1.

Or you work in some English-only enviroment.

>> No.17960218

good lord this is a blessing for my eyes

>> No.17960239

For me who has goldfish memory, It would take me years to get to N1 lol

>> No.17961419

>Now the Japanese are letting in Muslims
Are you sure about that? I read that they admitted a total of 21 refugees in 2015, and they've decreased the number since then because two of them were convicted of gang rape.

>> No.17961456


don't you know that there is Islam in Malaysia and Indonesia? even the Philippines has 5.6 million of them

>> No.17961666

Isn't that Arabs? I think most people think Arabs = Muslims. See >>17961456

>> No.17961673

>Now the Japanese are letting in Muslims that want to kill them off and wont kick them out
>Muslims that want to kill them off
I heard this about Western European countries but Japan?

>> No.17961679

Fuck sake. Another thing I will never be able to do.
>I'll be rich enough to ride it someday, just you wait!
How? Cypto? Gimme tips please.

>> No.17961733

Pursuing a Master's Degree in Electrical Engineering and afterwards I hope to get a law degree and work as a patent lawyer.

>> No.17961737

I should mention that the part where I actually start to make good money from this is probably 10 years from now, and I might not end up going for the Law Degree immediately, if at all. It really depends on how sick of school I am at the point that I finish my current study path.

>> No.17961745

>Pursuing a Master's Degree in Electrical Engineering and afterwards I hope to get a law degree and work as a patent lawyer.
Holy shit thats a long of study and long road to travel on.
Why 2 unrelated degrees? How are old are you?

>> No.17961763

I'm absolutely clueless about law, but wouldn't you be better off getting a law degree while getting EE skills and general knowledge on the side if you're going to be a lawyer? As far as I know virtually all lawyers, even heavily specialized ones, only have a law degree. I'm not saying that getting another degree beforehand is pointless, but maybe you don't actually need it to work as a lawyer.

>> No.17962625

Invest in Nem. Can't do much wrong with that. It's already too expensive for you to buy a shitton and get rich quick but still at an affordable price to make some money.

I wish I had bought enough for a supernode... Then I would get around $2000 a month without doing anything.

>> No.17963584

I don't have time to explain in depth because I should actually be studying for an exam I've got tomorrow morning, but basically: Engineering Degree = more immediate field knowledge = better hiring prospects and higher initial pay.
Additionally, I might end up hating Law School, but I know that I really enjoy engineering so if I decide all I want is an EE degree, I can just call it good and find a good, high-paying job much easier than if I had just done pre-law studies.
On top of all of this, I've been self-studying Japanese for the past year or so and I'm taking the N2 in five days. I hope to take the N1 next year. Being able to do whatever you're trained to do in two languages is an automatic boost to your salary, so long as you find a job that utilizes it, i.e. project management for a company like Sony that has separate design departments for Japan and America and needs the two of them to be able to collaborate as seamlessly as possible.

>How old are you?

>> No.17963587

I guess I could give you a ballpark though, early twenties.

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>It's already too expensive for you to buy a shitton and get rich quick but still at an affordable price to make some money.
Why do you say that? Its only $0.2535 isn't it?
But yeah I'm interested in altcoins for the potential big profit. The ship has clearly sailed for the more well known ones like ETH.

>> No.17966761

Yes, but I mean buying in the millions so that you're instantly rich once it hits a certain price.

Nem is currently pretty undervalued since no one ever talks about them but their project is advancing steadily. Compared to last year they had a 5000% increase in price and 35000% increase in daily volume which puts them 1st and 2nd respectively. And 2018 is actually their big year with Catapult, their own exchange, Dimcoin/Comsa and a bunch of other shit in the pipeline. It's bound to hit at least $1 within the next year. I except it to be higher though.

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Hakodate ropeway through the clouds

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I remember when I first saw it at Aizu

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Which wallet do you use?

>> No.17983572

Nano. Remember to make backups of it as well as the key. All of it explained on their homepage I believe. Use and store it someplace safe. Preferably not where you watch porn and download torrents. Could also look into a hardware wallet like Trezor to be max safe.

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>> No.17988412

I need a winning ICO basically.
I also need more cams featuring people.

>> No.17988589

Wasn't this in Russia?

>> No.17988597

>I need a winning ICO basically.
If only there was a website listing upcoming ICOs.

>> No.17989314

kek, that's what you get for being glued to your smartphone.

I think the problem is that there are new ones every day and 90% of them are just shit. Blockchain is the new internet so we currently live in a bubble like in the good old dotcom days and with little regulation and the ICOs this year having made more money than what VC firms shell out it's only natural we see a ton of garbage and scams going on I guess.

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nihongo jyozu desu ne

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>> No.17999241

>Wasn't this in Russia?
Looks like an Amtrak logo to me
>that's what you get for being glued to your smartphone.
if you look closely it seems that they were actually expecting it, and were all recording

>> No.18000830

Just find this channel, railway live camera in Tokyo with actual sound.

>> No.18001883

Yes, I've been following this cam for a little while now especially when going to sleep. Don't know why but I love the sound of the trains passing back.
The channel is great as well.
Takes short highlight clips of Dr Yellow passing by.

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>> No.18003276

>lets lament the HEAVY downsizing planned by JR Hokkaido
Got any articles that list what's being retired?

>> No.18003291

Anyone have a map sauce for this one?

>> No.18003333

It's located there if that's what you mean:

>> No.18003358

basically most of the rural lines https://web.archive.org/web/20161126130838/http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2016/11/19/business/jr-hokkaido-says-cant-maintain-half-railways/

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Pretty lights.

>> No.18006208

Interesting stuff, thanks for sharing

>> No.18007259

Wew, Nem going crazy. I hope at least some of you bought it when I told you to. I love these thread and you fags.

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Snow yesterday! But it all melted today.

>> No.18016011

Back to down to earth? Did you get rich? How do you buy nem?
Aw you took a screenshot only after the snow melted. Hoping for more snow.

>> No.18016696

>Hoping for more snow.
Don't worry, by January it'll probably be covered with snow all day.

>> No.18021994

Does anyone remember a stream with a skyline? At night you could see those airplane warning lights blink. It was nice and I can't find it.

Some people blew WeChat news way out of proportions so a correction was in order, still doubled in value.
I don't really need much. Some days just seeing a train depart Aizu-Wakamatsu is enough to make me happy so in a way I'm the richest man in town. All a matter of perspective.
Go to nem.io and click get started. There should be a list with exchanges. Litebit recently has had security issues so I wouldn't recommend them for now. Spectrocoin should be alright since it's easy to use and you can buy there with Fiat currencies.

>> No.18022654

Then you'd need to reconsider your life choices.
You shouldn't do that, ever.

>> No.18024036

Anon, please, you need to understand and work with the mechanism of language acquisition in order to actually improve your language abilities once you're there. Going there with no prior preparation at all will net you a mediocre, unfulfilling learning experience at best, or nothing at all at worst. Start here: https://youtu.be/_FRKBxLvKmw

>> No.18024188
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Oh shit, this is the perfect thread to ask, /trv/ didn't give me shit for an answer.

I'm in Japan right now and I want to see snow, but I don't want to go anywhere super touristy or expensive so I'm looking for a small onsen village.
Anyone know a little bit more about these locations? I'll take any recommendations but I realize this isn't the thread for this kind of questions. I might go to that Yunokami Onsen if nobody replies

>> No.18024261
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Let the Top Comfy begin

>> No.18024267

How to watch those streams in vlc ?

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>> No.18024872
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>> No.18024889

Just right click and copy image url.
Standard Panasonic netcam stream.


>> No.18026272
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This one?
Osaka Airport
I thought its better to buy altcoins using btc instead of fiat.
Any other recommendations? I'm looking into LINK. I want to go to the moon so I can visit all these places without a worry in the world. I can go now but I'm full of dread.

>> No.18026293

Good lord did this just happen today (or yesterday)? I haven't checked this stream for a few weeks and now this. Its so beautiful and picturesque.
Honest question, why do you want to stream in vlc?

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Damn, I guess this was the wrong place to ask. I'm gonna leave sometime today.
Wish me luck and I'll make sure to take pictures for you guys

>> No.18028455 [DELETED] 

Good luck!
Does your trip include Aizu-Wakamatsu? That's the sacred place for this thread. If I see your post earlier, I would also recomand you to take the Aizu-line for any onsen town that has snow, then all the way to Aizu-Wakamatsu if you want (it has some good onsen place too).

>> No.18028519

Good luck!
Does your trip include Aizu-Wakamatsu? That's the sacred place for this thread. If I see your post earlier, I would also recommend you to take the Aizu-line for any onsen town that has snow, then all the way to Aizu-Wakamatsu if you want (it has some good onsen place too).

>> No.18028982

I'm gonna stay in Utsunomiya for few days and visit Nikko and Yunokami onsen.

Aizu-Wakamatsu isn't too far from there, so I'd totally be down to visit there later on this trip.

>> No.18030175

Higashiyama onsen

>> No.18030247

and Fujinoyu (3min walk from Aizu-Wakamatsu Station)

>> No.18031526
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pretty rare to see what I assume is the a crescent moon

>> No.18031559

What cam is this? Link only seen one like that from a different angle.

>> No.18031681

Right out of sailor moon especially with Tokyo Tower right there.

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>> No.18032147

Anyway to watch these streams in higher quality. The USstream ones in particularly? I am fond of this lately:

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>> No.18033343

No, the buildings were closer to the camera and I believe it was slightly looking up. I'm not sure though.

Probably is, I'm just saying fiat is more convenient.
I mainly look at Nem related projects (Bankera/Loyalcoin/Pundi-X to name a few ongoing/soonish, Dimcoin is over but you can still get some through their Dimpay ICO) so I have no clue about what Link even is.

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>> No.18034747

It is the Yunokami-Onsen Station.

>> No.18036705

very nice glow

>> No.18038047
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日の出 2017-12-14

>> No.18039316

I worked in Japan in early 2000s for 3 months in Shizuoka and loved it. A couple of years ago I was in Sapporo for a whole year and now I love Japan even more! I hope I can move there permanently some day.

>> No.18040249

Were you a JAV actor?

>> No.18041326

Nice! What times were those?

>> No.18041338

that was a quick timelapse approximately between the times of these two:

>> No.18042374
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It's been a while since I visited this thread but I guess some things never change.
The old man with the bad leg is still going strong...

>> No.18042387
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Cute girls still riding the early trains...

>> No.18042395
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The train still arrives right on time, although I shouldn't be surprised by that...

>> No.18042405
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And the view is even better in winter.

>> No.18043690

how do you know they are cute?

they could be hideous

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>> No.18046161

Thank you for these posts, the webms are all really nice.

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Hey guys, >>18024188 here. I just arrived in Yunokami Onsen like an hour ago. It's like 7pm right now and it's already dark so I can't take any pictures, but I'll do that tomorrow.(and maybe take a video from inside the train next to the conductor, the view is pretty cool since you go through bunch of tunnels and shit)

Can anyone take a screenshot of me doing shit near the station, or in other places that's on the website? I'm talking like maybe 16-18 hours later.

Picture is from Kinugawa Onsen

>> No.18049362

Actually nvm, I'll just ask a friend to take a screenshot.

Will post pictures here regardless

>> No.18049446

Nice anon.
Patiently awaiting your photos and "blog" shortly.

>> No.18050081
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I don't really blog but here's some fun fact I learned from locals

I made friends with some drunk ojiisan and the master(owner) at a sushiya, and they told me that these monkeys at Kinugawa weren't Japanese monkeys, but Taiwanese monkeys(they had a long tail, Japanese monkeys have short tail like a rabbit).
Apparently some of these monkeys go rogue and start terrorizing the local ryokan and onsen. Like 10-20 years ago there were about 100 monkeys going apeshit everywhere, and some villagers like the master at the sushiya bought guns(assuming bolt-action rifle, didn't ask but I doubt they'd use a shotgun) and hunted these monkeys down. Now there's only 20-ish rogue monkeys out there and rest of them lives in a pretty sizable caged area in the mountains.

I kinda feel bad for the monkeys but it can't be helped. But after seeing some social hierarchy shit happening with the monkeys in the cage, this story felt like something out of Planet of the Apes franchise

>> No.18050092

Also that webm is the monkey trying to yank my spoon-stick thing to steal my bag of monkey snacks. It wasn't trying to punch me or anything

>> No.18050541

>and some villagers like the master at the sushiya bought guns(assuming bolt-action rifle, didn't ask but I doubt they'd use a shotgun) and hunted these monkeys down
So based.
In alot of Western countries it would have been muh animal cruelty.

>> No.18050802
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Timelapse, 2600 pictures over ~8 hours

>> No.18050885

You're the hero we don't deserve.

>> No.18050894

This is comfy.

>> No.18051124

Because the train lines are so low it is very noticeable how they get covered by the snow and then get all clean and shiny when a train passes through. It is a really nice touch. Also the nature (trees and mountain) is a nice addition we didn't have before. It is a nice winter camera.

>> No.18051172

This is wonderful. Thank you for sharing this, it's very comfy.

>> No.18052136
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Wait, was the whole 'blog' thing a sarcasm? Man I don't browse /jp/, pls don't mess with me

Anyways here's a morning view out side my window. Didn't realize the railway track was right next to us

>> No.18052719

>thing a sarcasm?
relax, this board (especially this thread) isn't known for unwarranted hostility

>> No.18052801
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Ah well, in that case, here's a picture of the 露天風呂 in Shimizuya(ryokan)

It's so fucking cold that I was too pussy to go in

>> No.18052951

absolute comfy

>> No.18053012
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Hell yeah comfy level is on LIMIT BREAK right now, and as a bonus I haven't even seen a single foreign tourists. It's just been inaka people on their trips with their small company's coworkers, and they were pretty chatty too

I'm just drying some laundry but I'll head out in a bit, expect to see me around 塔のへつり and 大内宿. Going to Aizu Wakamatsu afterwards.

>> No.18053114
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>Going to Aizu Wakamatsu afterwards.
If you end up at the station please dump a generous amount of pics. The webcam in OP was the most popular on this board and had a continuous thread going for years

It's too bad the stream is down. You could have given us a wave

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I don't really see how that's comfier than the Yunokami onsen station, but sure. I'll even make a webm of the train ride from the inside if the conductor let's me.

I ended up going into the 露天風呂, it was pretty bad at 7am but now I didn't even notice the cold. Also nobody was there so I was able to take some pictures from the inside

>> No.18053260
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>I don't really see how that's comfier than the Yunokami onsen station
I personally agree and think Yunokami Onsen is much more comfy but many on this board have a fond memory of the Aizu station. Many here were dedicated followers of the Aizu station webcam before it was decommissioned
>but now I didn't even notice the cold.
that's pretty interesting. Is it just about braving the cold until you can get into the hot water? I suppose your head would get cold unless you keep submerging while in the water.

>> No.18053280
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Nah I just had to wait for the sun to stay up for few hours. I didn't dip my head into the water, but I'm sure it wouldn't have been that bad.

It was fun dicking around with snow and icicles in the water, not sure if I'm allowed to but it was just right there

>> No.18053360
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>not sure if I'm allowed to but it was just right there
Hell, if you enjoyed yourself that's all that matters. Hope you chugged the traditional container of milk after getting out for the full experience

>> No.18053444
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Hah, surprisingly I've only see the milk shit at Oedo onsen in Odaiba(Tokyo).

Oh and here's Yunokami onsen station from the outside, it doesn't really look like a station so I almost passed by it

>> No.18053474
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Also I'm at the station rn if anyone can check the camera

They don't even sell hot coffee here so gotta warm it up

>> No.18053497

red jacket?

>> No.18053500

Nah, black and grey. Here I'll come out right now and dab

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There you are!

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those mid crossing poses are GOAT

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>> No.18053556
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You guys are somewhere up there, must be a small camera since I tried to look for it for a while

>> No.18053578

looks like its the dome hanging above the light there

>> No.18053582
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hehe, it's likely this dome type

>> No.18053590

now we know what we look like

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anon is off
Enjoy the sights!

>> No.18053718
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They have wifi in the train by the way, come along for the ride with me /jp/

Actually nevermind the wifi is pretty unstable, I can barely load the capcha pictures. Maybe I should buy a 4chan pass

>> No.18053799

damn, such a nice sunny day

I'm following along, in case anyone else wants to here is (if I'm not mistaken) where anon got on going in the same direction. Still looking for a better quality video with a full view

>> No.18053914
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2600 images spanning ~11 hours this time, changed the frame rate slightly.

anon shows up at 1:40

>> No.18053922
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Got to Wakamatsu, didn't really book a hotel so just wandering around and kinda getting lost

This place is kinda meh compared to Yunokami, maybe I'll change my mind when I see the castles

That's kinda embarrassing, I think I almost slipped on the snow.

I should've thrown a snowball at you guys

>> No.18053980
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>so just wandering around and kinda getting lost
the best kind of sightseeing

I suppose the castle is the main attraction. The train events can be fun if you're into it. The tadami line is also popular for scenery but afaik it's still not completely restored

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I don't think so, that's just a lightbulb. This is a view of the other direction(standing on the bench) from the same place, and there's a pole that's about the same height. From the stream it seems like you're looking down on that pole, so it has to be from a higher point but there's only trees and I didn't see anything hanging from there.

It's a mystery

>> No.18054291

Na, the dome looks right to be the camera.

That's a common fitting for cameras, looking at the view from the camera it doesn't appear to be much higher than the light fitting on the pole in your photo there and the view area seems to be correct for that vantage point.

>> No.18054312

All right, I'm gonna throw a snowball at y'all if I stop there on the way back

>> No.18054314

I visited last summer, it's a beautiful part of the world. Looks stunning in the snow too.

>> No.18054687

Thank you for sharing those photos and the experience, anon.
I hope you have a nice time there.

Also, the Aizu Wakamatsu camera was "better" because there was a lot of movement and different things happening on it. From students to workers, drunk people and all sorts of stuff the whole day.

The Yunokami one is better in terms of appearance, but not much happens. After a while you even recognize some of the people that catch the trains everyday.

>> No.18055457

>Wait, was the whole 'blog' thing a sarcasm?
No not at all. Sorry for the confusion. I did put it in quotations because of how blogging is negatively receiving on other boards. Its not the case on this thread.

>> No.18055618
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Nah I'm gonna go back to Tokyo ASAP.

Tried deriheru for the first time in Japan, then my fucking bank had a stupid ass daily withdrawal limit and my phone wasn't working in Aizu then this guy(possibly yakuza?) was with me the whole time and came into my room and I called my bank on skype and was flipping them off the whole time and the guy chuckled and all the money transfer places were all 80 fucking miles away from here

Anyways they're coming over tomorrow when the daily limit resets for my bank.
I live near LA so my friend have almost gotten shot for stupid shit like this, so I was pretty fucking scared even though I knew it was Japan


>> No.18056785

Holy shit man.
How stupid can one be? I hope you learnt your lesson. Prostitution is never ever safe.

>> No.18057143

I mean now that I slept and woke up, it was just that my bank declined my card and they just brought a guy to make sure I got the money. I asked them if they're going to charge extra because I wasn't able to pay on time or whatnot and they said no

I had a bad experience with prostitution that made me uncomfortable with girls in general in another country, so it was partially to overcome that which completely worked. I just need to make sure that I have enough cash(duh, it's fucking Japan)

>> No.18057319

out of curiosity, is it 100% legal there?
I mean, if it's an established business and not some gray area thing then I wouldn't sweat it.
Also surprised they don't make you pay upfront

>> No.18057340
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I did have to pay upfront, but I asked for an extension(8000 yen) and that's the part where I had trouble. So they probably knew that I wouldn't run away, I really overthought it last night

And as for legality, it's legal but when she came in she made sure that I absolutely understood no insertions. But she changed her mind like 30 minutes in
I'm quite proud as a (previously)virgin

>> No.18057347

haha, that is hilarious

>> No.18058464

congrats on the sex

>> No.18059320
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That is amazing.
Congrats I guess, anon.

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Wow I thought this was /jp/, not a normie central. I probably shouldn't talk about this back at home since everyone and their dogs are gonna try to give me a pat on the back

Anyways I called the shop, some other guy came and I paid. I even offered like 1000-2000 yen for the extra trouble but they refused. I guess they weren't yakuza haha

Aizu Wakamatsu is rather boring outside of snow(and even that's getting a bit old, all the snow are neatly cleaned), I'll probably see one castle tomorrow and head back to Tokyo. Obasan at the hotel restaurant told me to check out some graves of people who commited sudoku long time ago at the mountain, but dunno if I really care enough to take a bus for it

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>Wow I thought this was /jp/, not a normie central.
What kind of reply were you expecting?

>> No.18060990
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Nah I was just kidding, I used to frequent /jp/'s VNTLS thread and few other stuff so I know that this is just a chill board with quirky anons

Anyways, met some drunk Japanese jiisan at the business hotel(he was having trouble finding the keyhole in the dark so I used my lighter) and we've been talking for hours. He wrote me this cheesy haiku
I guess he wants to drive me to a station where I won't have to transfer trains, and also gift me a big bottle of sake tomorrow. I mean he's sorta drunk right now so I'm taking it with a grain of salt but he seems genuinely happy to have a conversation
Inaka are the best, Tokyo kinda seems pale in comparison(minus the weabshit) now

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>> No.18061837

I can't read that to save my life. God damn drunk Japanese handwriting.

>> No.18061911

Not him, but to me it looks like:
(not that I could tell you what that's supposed to mean.)

>> No.18062209

>In alot of Western countries it would have been muh animal cruelty.
Only clueless urban people would bitch about something like this. The same people who constantly try to push their own "values" on everyone else.

>> No.18062555

He was born in the Aizu area, basically in Wakamatsu and he was despairing about DECULTURE, and was happy to talk to me despite his disappointment(thus the drinking) he was glad to meet me and felt good about his hometown or something

Japanese old people talk funny when they're drunk, they keep talking about THE HEART(all of them does it while pounding their heart) and nearly all of them say it was FATE that brought us together and whatnot. Anyways, cool guy and I'll see if the offer for that bottle of sake is still up

>> No.18062824
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That being said, I think the mental gymnastics needed to adopt that mindset are alot harder to perform here, though i've somehow still found a couple specimens in the past.

Nice job.

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> Obasan at the hotel restaurant told me to check out some graves of people who commited sudoku long time ago at the mountain, but dunno if I really care enough to take a bus for it

You totally should. There's some interesting stuff up there.

Pic related is a pillar from Pompeii from when I visited last Summer.

>> No.18063666
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This pagoda is a double helix inside.

I'm not sure if my holiday was boring or more interesting in comparison to the other Anon.

>> No.18064751

A random Japanese people here.
It looks like:

My terrible English skill keeps me from translating it poetically, but it means roughly like this:
>Until I have left there
>I didn't realize
>How wonderful my hometown is

>> No.18064817

One of these days a horrifc murder is going to happen and then one of us will read about it and realize it's near one of our webcams. Then we check the footage, find the victim and reconstruct the murder through all our different webcams, finding the murderer in the process. Afterwards we sell the right for the movie to the jew JJ.

>> No.18064822

Oh, and we use the money to put the Aizu-Wakamatsu cam back up.

>> No.18066745

how nice

>> No.18066838

If you do not have the motivation to learn while you are at home, you will not have the motivation to learn while you are there.

Learn some now, have a study ethic, improve it while you are there.

>> No.18066847

Any story behind how the hell that got to Japan?

>> No.18068339
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Sorry guys, no pictures form Wakamatsu station. To be honest it's not that awesome
Instead here's a rare(?) footage of the drive around the Aizu area

Sorry didn't end up seeing it, but I ended up hearing some interesting stuff about 白虎隊, apparently when they reconstructed the nearby castle they showcased their swords, and it was like stolen right away. They still haven't been found
The Ojii-san was super mad that the tour guides at the castle didn't know that this ever happened. But it was like 50 years ago lol

So anyways, the guy did show me around aizu and the castle. And he wanted to take me to Aizu-Tajima because it was 'closer'(must've been that way 40-50 years ago when he left Aizu because it definitely wasn't faster by train). Anyways we also got lost on the mountain and shit so I ended up taking the last trains to Tokyo.

The really hilarious part starts here, so I fell asleep in the train from Tajima and missed the last train for transfer towards Tokyo. Luckily the conductors were kind enough to take me back to the Kinugawa Onsen station(the place I was at like 3 days ago).
When I visited before, I asked for a recommendation for a gift to another drunk ojii-san that I met at a sushiya, and he recommended a sake named 男の友情(Literal TL: 'Man's friendship', Liberal TL: 'Broship,' 'Bro code'), and I was going to buy it on the way back to Tokyo. But yesterday I was going to just go straight back to Tokyo ignoring Kinugawa, but I just fucking knocked out in the train despite setting up a phone alarm and such.

So I've been telling the train conductors and people I've met in Kinugawa Onsen that '男の友情を裏切ろうとしたから罰が当たった’
Fucking el oh el

>> No.18069655

Okay I'm done blogging, they're starting to look more like Facebook posts than shitposting. I have to go to granbluefes tomorrow and then comicket anyways.
It was nice talking with you guys, see you around and never change /jp/

>> No.18069756

>Sorry guys, no pictures form Wakamatsu station. To be honest it's not that awesome
Watch your words you fucking weeb.

>> No.18073220

thanks for these. They were a nice read. Have fun!

>> No.18075703

When is the cam gonna return?

>> No.18076325

I think it goes here. Comfy, ain't it?

>> No.18077351

there is no plan for the cam to return at this point

>> No.18077989

How much does something like that cost? You can just put it on youtube streaming or something.

>> No.18078465
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hard to estimate considering we would need to know specifics about their infrastructure

good modern POE cams are pretty cheap but there would be overhead like accounting for the cost and provision of a connection to the endpoint and establishing a terminal/server that would forward the connection to a broadcast service(like youtube)

>> No.18078504

From some people i have talked to that are into IT security/hacking you can get away with pretty much anything in Japan if you just look the part, I bet no one would even question it if 2 guys in workers overalls turned up and started putting up a camera.
And once it's there no one would dare remove it unless they have it 100% on paper that it is to be removed out of fear of triggering the wrath of someone higher up the food chain that could possibly have had it installed without notifying others.

The problem would be as you say, infrastructure and getting the feed to a reliable host.

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It was a gift from Rome back in the 20s. They were particularly taken with the story of sacrifice performed by the boys who committed sudoku.

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There was also this monument, from a German ambassador in the 30s gifted for similar reasons.

It's an interesting place. There was a group of maybe 20 men standing in front of the graves, singing together, heads lowered and hats off. I couldn't make out what they were singing, but there was a lot of reverence and respect there.

>> No.18079951
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Seems Ueda is preparing for the New Year shrine visits already. Have to remember to watch it this time, during advert breaks on Gaki of course.

>> No.18088095
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How on earth to you convert a 9 hour video video into time-lapse using webm for retards? The paste-bin says
>>create timelapse webm (I haven't tried this before myself)
>>ffmpeg -i input.avi -y -filter:v "setpts=0.00390625*PTS" -b:v 700k -r 30 output.webm". (256*0.00390625 = 1)
But I have no idea what bit to paste where. Do I put it in the arguments bit in pic related? Do I paste all of the above in? Help please! The /wsg/ / /g/ wiki is down, so no help there.

>> No.18088303

That's for ffmpeg. I don't use that application so I can't help you there.

What I do is have ffmpeg extract the frames and then compile them into a timelapse using ffmpeg afterward.

This extracts the frames:
ffmpeg -i "rtmpt:// live=1" -f image2 -vf fps=1 "%%06d.png"

Then you take those and convert them to webm with:
ffmpeg.exe -r 24 -f image2 -i "%%06d.png" -c:v libvpx -crf 45 -b:v 2M -pix_fmt yuv420p -an -sn "timelapse.webm"

>> No.18088312

I don't use the webm for retards application*

>> No.18088601
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what is jp watching this christmas/new years?
Snowless christmas in Tokyo it seems

>> No.18089377

Snow is really uncommon in Tokyo.

If they get it then its usually in January or February.

>> No.18090831

I wasn't expecting wind strong enough to blow random shit in my face though.

>> No.18091214
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That's a pity. I was hoping to practice making a timelapse before the New Year shrine visits, but this all seems over my head.

Merry Christmasu /jp/.

>> No.18091465
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Bessho has Christmas decoration.

>> No.18092110

tetsu musu

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the christmas lighting theme was nice

>> No.18100569
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Poor guy with the snowblower gets lots to do, cleared the platform just a few hours ago and already filled up again.

>> No.18100889

Probably a three hourly job.

>> No.18101043

is there a direct link or yt stream for that cam?

>> No.18101235

It's in the OP:
湯野上温泉駅 Yunokami-Onsen Station:

Recommend MPC-HC, vlc likes to spazz out on that stream.

>> No.18101375

ah, I didn't even look at OP, just the pastebin
silly me, thanks

>> No.18101669

How do you run it through MPC-HC? With streamlink? How does your command look like?

>> No.18101771

>Open File
>Paste rtmpt link

>> No.18101786

It runs at like 2 fps or something, though.

>> No.18101807
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Now the poor guy doesn't even have a snowblower and is shoveling by hand.

I get 5-10 usually, sometimes drop to 1-2 in short stutters.
Probably bandwidth limited.

>> No.18101866

It runs at 30fps with mpv.

>> No.18101979

Unlikely, stream is limited at 15fps from what i understand

>> No.18102030
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I wonder just how much snow they are getting, looks like it is coming down really heavy now.
Must have been at least 10cm in the last hour.

>> No.18102650

damn, I wish I could watch the snow come down on the Aizu cam

>> No.18103018
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Someone got out and snapped a photo. I'd like to see it!

>> No.18103141
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A whole film crew showed up for this one.

>> No.18103231
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Strong gust out of nowhere.

>> No.18105325

>shoveling by hand

maybe he's doing it on purpose so people can still take pics at the snowy station still fully covered; I'd do the same

>> No.18106723
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If this keeps up for a few days there will be meters of snow.
Looks like maybe 30-40cm already if you look at the roofline.

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>> No.18108647
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>> No.18109636

They look like cute girls.

I wonder if they realize there is a group of overseas station otaku watching them.

>> No.18110362

It's just like one of my Japanese animes!

>> No.18115422
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icy kushiro river

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