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Illuminations of "Aoba Symbol Road" Shizuoka-City
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Copyright: Bibouroku Tabito
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Uploaded: 28/11/2012
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Illuminations of "Aoba Symbol Road" Shizuoka-City 2013 (1)
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"ZEN" - Object of the fountain in Aoba Symbol Road (Aoi Ward, Shizuoka City, Shizuoka Prefecture)
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Illuminations of "Aoba Symbol Road" Shizuoka-City
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