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Sakaya Inn At Yoro Canyon
Japan

Yoro canyon is famous for the beautiful colored leaves. I've carried out all my panorama equipments, but it had been raining all day. What else could I do? I've just shooted this panorama at the foyer of the minshuku ("minshuku" means half board).

Sakaya inn is cheap but decent hotel. Its hot spring is the source.

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