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Farm near Yokota Air base
Tama

South, east, and west sides of this field are surrounded by Yokota Air base. Vegetables and chestnut trees are planted. You can see flowers of the chestnut trees.  Buildings in the south-west may be the apartment houses of the people of US air force.

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