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One scenery of Kamo-so Residence
Japan

It was caught in a white wall and the brown wall

Small alley  
Warmth of the earth wall
Smell of the tree
Of old Japan
One scenery of the farmhouse

白壁と土色の壁に囲まれた

ささやかな路地

木の香りと土の温もりを感じる

昔の日本の郷に

どこでも見ることのできた風景

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Copyright: Bibouroku tabito
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9000x4500
Subida: 21/06/2013
Actualizado: 12/05/2014
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Tags: japan; shizuoka; kakegawa
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