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Description Updated image from this image at Japanese Wikipedia. The original is GFDL. Text on the Japanese Wikipedia text identifies User:Hamilton as the photographer and uploader. In this version, the contrast was adjusted, and the picture was cropped and rotated.
Date 2005-12-18 (original upload date)
Source Transferred from en.wikipedia
Author Original uploader was Sam at en.wikipedia
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34° 37′ 11.75″ N, 135° 1′ 23.84″ E

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