Ohdawa pass near Mt. Ohmatei
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Ohdawa pass near Mt. Ohmatei

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I don't know what is meant by the word "Ohdawa", but some passes on trails in Japanese mountains have been named "Ohdawa". Anyway we can enjoy nice view from here. There are many kinds of colored leaves. Two parties are eating their lunch.

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