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Sangokusan Peak
Tama

The Sangokusan (960 m) is just located on the border of Yamanashi, Tokyo and Kanagawa prefectures, so the peak has been called Sangokusan (sangoku means three countries and san does a mountain).  We can climb to this peak from the base, Gundari-shrine, by 75 min. walk.  What a nice view!! But unfortunately, the day I took panorama, it was not superior condition, so we could not see Mt. Fuji.  Please imagine the shape of the Mt. Fuji in your brain.  

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Uploaded: 30/12/2011
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