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香嵐渓 飯盛山 Mt.IIMORI side of Kourankei
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愛知県豊田市足助町の紅葉で有名な香嵐渓に接した標高254mの杉やヒノキ、そして多くの紅葉する木々に覆われた山。また春はカタクリの群生地としても知られている。 その内部の映像である。

Copyright: Haruhiko nakayama
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