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Love call bell
Japan

"Amore" lover of the northern stature is the work of sculptor Mr.Kenji Shigeoka connection with Ito.

Take a commemorative photo with this sculpture to the back of the Mt.Fuji has become the standard.
This day could not see Mt.Fuji transparency is low,unfortunately.
It is popular to come ture love couple as "bell of love" of the west and sounded three times.
Of course I did not sound so went alone.
Does not even play, yeah!

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Copyright: Kiyoharu takamura
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上传: 09/04/2012
更新: 22/04/2014
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Tags: love call bell; koibito misaki; izu
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