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Yokosawa-iri, a damp ground in Akiruno
Tama

Yokosawa-iri is a damp-ground area. This area is surrounded by low-mountains and has rich natural plants and insects. Recently the area has been maintained as a natural park by Akiruno-city. We can enjoy nature life in four seasons.

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