Ose no Kamiike Pond, Numazu

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  • January 24, 2017
    Immediately visitors a day after watching the video, I want to visit, look at the picture on TV or something because it was too mystical. Is a pond from Numazu City car in to OSE of the Izu peninsula, about an hour. Muddy pond itself is green, clean, and not, walked out of the pond and sea is the location, just near the sea to fresh water that indescribable is mysterious pond was. I think you know greatness if you look at pictures from the sky.
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  • October 21, 2016
    Even though ōse Cape Cape is surrounded by sea around the freshwater pond, is inhabited by many carp. Why freshwater springs is one of the seven wonders.
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  • October 15, 2016
    Ōse Cape beaches, small children around, I went many times, but always went to the pond and CARP bait. Like carp and CARP on the numbers too much, I feel sick. Around the pond area, walk in the shrine near the entrance and sea lighthouses, such as. Even when giving inspirational.
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