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Karasawa Heutte Sunrise
Japan

This is Karasawa Heute in Nagano, Japan. This panorama was taken around 5AM. Karasawa can be reached by taking a train from Tokyo to Matsumoto city, then taking a bus to Kamikouchi area, from Kamikouchi it takes 8 hours hiking.  Karasawa is located on the northen alps of Japan.

Copyright: H. adi saputra
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7998x3999
Uploaded: 24/08/2010
Updated: 17/10/2014
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Tags: mountain; magnificent; green; blue; morning; cold; nagano; japan; kamikouchi; karasawa; nature; trekking; climbing
  • cholykurd.graphiker over 1 year ago
    very nice pano or Zone
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