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Kakita River spring group. View from the promenade.
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The Kakita River is a tributary of the Kano River. At only 1.2 km.  Underflow water of Mount Fuji springs out as a spring,and it is riverhead,the quantity of spring is approximately 1,000,000m³ a day.  Kakita River has been named one of the "Three Clear-Flowing Rivers in Japan".

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Uploaded: 19/08/2013
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