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Snow in Akishima Eco-park
Tama

Until about 2 years ago, this park was surrounded by large pine (or other conifer) trees. At that time, the trees were cut and the park was named "Eco-park". I dont know why it is named so. Anyway, today it was very cold and some snow was fallen on the ground.

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