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Aoyama Building, Osaka

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  • Current Aoyama Bldg., exterior is covered in Ivy was growing from koshien, it shows the appearance of the season. Kusunoki then extant in the backyard, the brothers tree with small Gen shrine of the sacred tree, Ginkgo trees are planted in the city with her, view terraces.
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  • Is the active retrovirus Ivy twined with the Gallery, café and restaurant building. Spring and autumn is beautiful Ivy do not have lights and the winter is atmosphere. To Retrovir hopping Fushimi building next door so let's conduct.
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  • Aoyama building is a building's appearance kitahama station near the Ivy Room, huge bed. Stopped by on the way to kitahama station. It is a building of 5 floors above ground, 1 basement was built in 0/1921. Here's Ivy is and what we share Ivy Stadium, koshien. National registered tangible cultural property is specified. Fushimi building next door as well as registered tangible cultural property specified. Explore the are interested in exists some North Beach near the historic building, historic building what?
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