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Huge Katsura Tree in front of a Shrine
Tama

Katsura tree is known as Japanese Judas-tree, and is native in China, Korea and Japan.  It is famous in japan that the Shogi (Japanese chess) board, especially high-grade board is made of this wood.The shrine behind the tree is a branch of the Gundari-Shrine, the main shrine is located several hundred meters away in the south.

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