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Kawagoejyo Honmaru Palace, Kawagoe

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  • This place has been restored and entrance is currently free, to celebrate the inscription of Kawagoe Hikawa Float Festival on UNESCO's Representative List of the Intangible List of Humanity. You have ...  more »