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Iwaisaki Limestone Fossil, Kesennuma
(3.3/5 based on a few reviews on the web)
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  • Iwaizaki is specified in Sanriku reconstruction National Park scenic Cape. A reconstruction from the disaster have not even started, but maintained within the Park. Known as the of rikuzentakada can see Matsu is not affected by the tsunami to the dead.
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  • Sights still academically valuable as Permian-age fossil localities and is know to the untrained eye, squirt and dragon of pine. Female ejaculation squirt to the exciting if you're lucky, was constructed as a symbol of Iwai Kawasaki reconstruction around Matsu.
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  • At Cape pine or is missing some tsunami appeared from side to side of the Cape by the disaster and to listen, I was worried, but the ground is overflowing with or to the natural environment and the old did not change that much. Is the thing that surprised me more than anything else is swept away by a statue of was living in.
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