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Farm monorails are certainly one of the most common bits of evidence of the old Japan farming lifestyle I find abandoned and decaying in the heavy mountain green. These devices were often installed near the road where the farmer could load his “putt putt” (my term) motorized cart with tools before riding the device up the mountain. This same simple conveyance would then be use to return down the mountain, possibly with loads of fruit and vegetables for market. Whenever I find such an abandoned system I have to wonder after the history and condition of the farm which is surely lost somewhere above. In the video below I actually venture up to trace the path of once such monorail in order to discover the farm it once served.
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