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Tea House on Mt.Hatahuri in Kobe, Japan
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View in front of a tea house on Mt.Hatahuri (elevation 252.6m) in Kobe, Japan.

You can reach here by taking ropeway and lift.

Near this tea house is a small amusement park.

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Uploaded: 24/04/2011
Updated: 25/04/2014
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