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macoron land in yugawara
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Macoron land is a parts of free climbing area "Makuiwa" in Yugawara. This climbing area is a popular to climb "free climbing" and "bouldering" in winter season around Kanto region.

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Tags: macoron land; yugawara; makuiwa; マコロンランド; 湯河原; 幕岩
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