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Kitchen of "Great Inn KASHIBAYA"
Japan
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Uploaded: 09/10/2013
Updated: 12/05/2014
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2nd floor,display area of "Great Inn KASHIBAYA"
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2nd floor,display area of "Great Inn KASHIBAYA"
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2nd floor of "Great Inn KASHIBAYA"
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2nd floor,the second room of "Great Inn KASHIBAYA"
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HONZASIKI(Main salon) of "Great Inn KASHIBAYA"
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2nd floor,the first room of "Great Inn KASHIBAYA"
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1st floor,"BUTUMA"( Living room,family room space for KASHIBAYA residence )
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Japanese garden of "Great Inn KASHIBAYA"
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1st floor,"MISEOKU"( Living room,family room space for KASHIBAYA residence )
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Entrance of "Great Inn KASHIBAYA"
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