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Hokkaido

Mt. Hako located in the boundary in Bifuka-cho, Esashi-cho, and Otoineppu-cho of Hokkaido (altitude of 1129 m). 

If an unpaved way is run about 27 km, it will be 150 m on foot to the summit of the mountain. 

If it is fine, the Rishiri mountain and the Sea of Okhotsk can be seen. 

Copyright: Nobutaka Asahi
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Uploaded: 01/02/2013
Updated: 09/10/2014
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