Sesshoseki-Tenbodai Boardwalk, Nasu-machi

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Sesshoseki-Tenbodai Boardwalk is located in Nasu-machi. Put Sesshoseki-Tenbodai Boardwalk and other Nasu-machi attractions into our Nasu-machi family vacation planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • June 2, 2017
    This is until the sessho Boardwalk from the parking lot along the way. To the Observatory was an odd atmosphere but narrow road through the middle is a jizo random hand, the countless number of jizo-San. To be honest, I was horrified.
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  • March 15, 2017
    Stones, hell Valley. There are across the country. In the land that is referred to there. Great, just walk rather than ending in I stopped and read the explanatory text?. Forget yes I will I see only little better 感じれれば. Big Rock, jizo lots, each is like saying something. Because it takes some 30 minutes from the heyapin curve, without cutting through the dangling of affluent may travel is.
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  • December 29, 2016
    Is a tourist spot located in Nasu-Yumoto. It is easy to walk because, trail will roll a lot of lava rocks. Volcanic gases are out near the area was an intense smell.
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