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Akita pref.

Akita pref.

Akita pref.

Akita pref.

Takayasu mountain

Takayasu mountain

三十三間堂

三十三間堂

Yashima in Kanagawa pref,

Yashima in Kanagawa pref,

Jungle hot spring in  Okudougo of Ehime pref.

Jungle hot spring in Okudougo of Ehime pref.

Shionoe hot spring in Takamatsu city of Kanagawa pref.

Shionoe hot spring in Takamatsu city of Kanagawa pref.

Monument of John Mung.  Nakahama Manjirō (January 27, 1827 – November 12, 1898), also known as John Manjirō (or John Mung), was one of the first Japanese people to visit the United States and an important translator during the Opening of Japan.

Monument of John Mung. Nakahama Manjirō (January 27, 1827 – November 12, 1898), also known as John Manjirō (or John Mung), was one of the first Japanese people to visit the United States and an important translator during the Opening of Japan.

Ashizuri Cape in Kouch pref.

Ashizuri Cape in Kouch pref.

Hot spring, named Sanuki- onsen in Sanuki city in Kanagawa pref.

Hot spring, named Sanuki- onsen in Sanuki city in Kanagawa pref.

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