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View from the Lookout on Mt.Kunimiyama
Japan

I took this panorama at an observation tower on Mt.Kunimiyama (465 m) in Shiso-shi, Hyogo.

You can come to this tower without pain because there is a rack and pinion monorail that accommodates 40 people.

There are also several trails from the base.

Many hikers climb this mountain on weekends.

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Uploaded: 16/03/2013
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