It is a wallpaper photograph of a Hiruzen plateau famous for pasturage of a jersey dairy cow.
Hiruzen plateaus are Kami Hiruzen (altitude of 1202m), Naka Hiruzen (altitude of 1122m), and Shimo Hiruzen (altitude of 1101m) called the south in Daisen, and HiruzenSanza.
They are the highlands in the altitude of around 500m which spreads at the foot of the HiruzenSanza for a background.
It is said that the Hiruzen plateaus were marks of the dammed lake which was also able to do the basis in the volcano. It is said that the lava which blew off from the Hiruzen third which erupted about 2 million years or more ago made the lava plateau of the Hiruzen plateau, and the thing used as a dammed lake became a form of a present Hiruzen plateau since water fell out before Daisen began eruption activities. Green grass grows in the geographical feature which draws an inclination gently-sloping from a hillside, and the jersey cow is walking leisurely. Although it is reputation in jersey milk and yogurt of a Hiruzen plateau, and ice cream being delicious, it is produced in the peaceful scenery surrounded by this nature with which anything does not have stress, either. In the Hiruzen plateau of early summer, the pastoral scene which there is not with where and can feel at ease with beautiful green has spread.