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Muroiwado Cave, Matsuzaki-cho
(4.4/5 based on a few reviews on the web)
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  • Off the beaten path and more positive in unexplored. High difficulty is fairly inconvenient location and is accessible only by car parking spaces are about 3 units so crowded. Way to go off the road this because it is also narrow, steep, slippery quite thrilling, physical fitness is required, is is worth a visit! View
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  • I had notes and black 17:00 PM disappear lighting inside the cave. Walked in because the lights were about lost because it just descended from the entrance to 17 o'clock. Lighting have fallen by a quarry on the far left. Disappear all together, so it was really dark. Since I usually have the flashlight camera bag to escape safely. Now that I want to go to a much earlier time. From the parking lot five minutes from going down the steep stairs is. Of course a steep climb back.
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  • It is a stone quarry ruins. Because daytime is installed the lighting at the turn, but is turned at night. Especially interesting that there is not, it is simply great-and seems ideal. I think matsuzaki coastline looks out on the seaward side, and the scenery is nice. Prima facie, parking and restrooms. Free of charge.
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