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Yata around
Japan
Copyright: Kiyoharu takamura
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Caricate: 26/01/2013
Aggiornato: 24/04/2014
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Tags: sea; bay; yata; mishima; fuji; fujisan; hakone; mt.fuji; surugawan
  • 中山晴彦 over 1 year ago
    高村様、申し忘れましたが現在は愛知県豊田市に住んでいます。よって作品は豊田市近辺が主です。 世界地図で豊田市周辺を見ていただくとほとんどが私(作者名中山晴彦)の作品です。
  • 中山晴彦 over 1 year ago
    高村 清治様、はじめまして。中山晴彦と申します。わたしは小中高の時静岡県の東部三島を主に 熱海、網代、須山に住んだことがあります。なので貴方様の作品大変身近に感じ拝見しております。この谷田には10年近く住みましたが、ちょっと上がったところにこんな景色があるとは知りませんでした。私は2011年中頃から360°パノラマを始め現在35作品ほど公開しています。まだまだ貴方様の作品には及びませんが、よろしければご覧ください。
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