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mt.mizugaki
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 Mt.Mizugaki(2230m) is one of the Japanese famous 100 mountains called Hyakumeizan, and is distinctive mountain from many towering rocks. This day summit was buzzing with lots of hiker because of good weather.

 Anything else does not block the view except the north, Kinpozan, Fuji, Southern Alps, Yatsugatake and so on had been overlooked.

 It seems there are more yellow than red foliage. Full bloom may be yet to come maybe.

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Copyright: H.Sakoda
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Uploaded: 15/10/2012
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