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Mountain path, Hakone
Japan

A path through the forest on a mountain in Hakone, Japan. The path leads south to Kamiyama, the highest peak of Hakone, with branches off to Ōwakudani valley and Mt. Komagatake. Hakone is a popular area with tourists, having easy train access from Tokyo and featuring mountains, a large lake, and hot springs.

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Uploadet: 24/02/2012
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