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Mizukuraido park

Published over 1 year ago by Taro Tsubomura

"Mizukuraido" means "water eating soil" in Japanese. In the Edo period, more than three hundred years ago, Tamagawa brothers were a<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/mizukuraido-park-fussa-tokyo-japan">...(more)</a>

Fishing Port Near Ebisu Shrine

Published over 1 year ago by Kengo Shimizu

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This is a panorama taken at a fishery harbor near Ebisu Shrine in Bouze island.You can see lots of fishing boats decorated in Jap<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/fishing-port-near-ebisu-shrine-japan">...(more)</a>

View from a Gazebo on Mt.Kashiwanoyama

Published over 1 year ago by Kengo Shimizu

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This is a panorama taken on a gazebo on top of Mt.Kashiwanoyama.Mt.Kashiwanoyama is only 100 meters high, but this is the highest point of the island.

kawazu sakura fes-4

Published over 1 year ago by kiyoharu takamura

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kawazu sakura fes-3

Published over 1 year ago by kiyoharu takamura

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kawazu sakura fes-2

Published over 1 year ago by kiyoharu takamura

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kawazu sakura fes-1

Published over 1 year ago by kiyoharu takamura

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Akabokko peak (410 m) partially high-resolution

Published over 1 year ago by Taro Tsubomura

I do not know why this peak is called "Aka bokko".  Anyway, we can enjoy a wonderfull panoramic view from this.  This peak is located i<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/akabokko-peak-oume-tokyo-japan">...(more)</a>

Mitou-otaki falls

Published over 1 year ago by Taro Tsubomura

Mitou-otaki falls is located at 1100 m above sea level on the halfway up the Mitousan mountain. The area has been maintained as<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/mitou-otaki-falls-hinohara-tokyo-japan">...(more)</a>

Oume Cemetery

Published over 1 year ago by Taro Tsubomura

This cemetery was founded and has been maintained by Oume city. Almost all gravestones in this cemetery have been made in the western style and not in the traditional Japanese style.

The guest house in Tomin-no Mori

Published over 1 year ago by Taro Tsubomura

Tomin-no mori (the forest of people lived in Tokyo) is located in the west end area in Tokyo metropolis. The forest was main<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/tomin-no-mori-kazuma-hinohara-tokyo-japan">...(more)</a>