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Akiyoshidai Campground(5)
Japan

The Akiyoshidai campground is a genuine campground. There are Kagekiyodo-limestonecave, Kagekiyodo tron hot spring, flush lavatories, laundries . In quiet environment among nature, you can enjoy a comfortable camping life in a family or a group. Rental tools and articles are prepared abundantly, too.

Copyright: Kazutoyo Imamura
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Uploaded: 08/01/2013
Updated: 16/07/2014
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