Rugged mountain scenery in Taiwan, filmed during Japanese colonial period.
Taiwan Date:1940 Duration:1 min 28 sec Sound:Yes
Opening scene shows a sign, identifying location as Arisan, Formosa. Camera pans over houses of the village amongst trees, in rugged mountainous terrain. Closeup of the Japanese Arisan Shrine, in the Kagi district. A monument located there. Views of building and signs directing visitors. Several wooden buildings with signs. A sign identifying Chamaecyparis formosensis (Formosan Cypress tree). Camera pans to a huge cypress tree encircled with a decorative rope and markers measuring its girth. Several other trees are shown. A couple sits in a shelter at an outlook enjoying the high mountain views. Camera shows various mountain views. A sign identifies Tozan (aka Mount Niitaka) and camera pans this dramatic mountain.
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