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The Pirates Lair
Japan

This is the Kumano Suigun Basyogoya, translated as Kumano pirates in the old Japanese time.

This place is located in the Sandan-Doukutsu cave in Wakayama prefecture.
Check this website for more information  Sandanbeki Doukutsu
Access to this place is a bit difficult, about 2 or 3 hours from Osaka, about one hour from Nanki airport,
but If is a fun place if you ever visit Wakayama.

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Uploaded: 16/12/2009
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Tags: japan; wakayama; pirates; navi; sea; old; ancient; strange; interesting
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