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View from Mt Chausu in Akou, Japan
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兵庫県赤穂市にある茶臼山山頂からの眺めです。

地形図に山名は載っていませんが、宝珠山のすぐ西、電波塔の記号のある山がそれです。

山頂まで1車線幅の道路になっているため楽に登ることが出来、山頂からは海岸沿いの古い町並みや坂越港、神社のある生島を見下ろすことが出来ます。

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送信日: 27/07/2011
更新日: 25/04/2014
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