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Softbank Nakayamadera, Takarazuka
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Nakayamadera Station is a railway station on the West Japan Railway Company (JR West) Fukuchiyama Line (JR Takarazuka Line) in Takarazuka, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan.LayoutThere are 2 side platforms with 2 tracks on the ground. Ticket machines and ticket gates are located in the overbridge.SurroundingsNakayama-deraNakayama-kannon Station (Hankyu Takarazuka Line)
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  • 20 years Buri and was surprised at the precinct escalators. About udon or rice's old dining room is quaint and loved, but of course new was. On the other hand, to the inner sanctuary is a mountain, so so hard. We recommend hiking equipment.
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  • I visited 2/15 rambles more plum. Bloom was fine but after maybe a week after peak season. Temple is splendid, you can visit the slowly. Away from the station.
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  • But a high-tech feel, such as the Temple of the city. In the delivery famous the Temple in expectant prayer was that impression.
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  • Latency in long too. Arriving today at the hotel at around 11 am on Sunday and today we have 13 people was not ready, said. When asked yesterday will also assume up to eight stores, and takes one hour by one of your staff who resides, 13 people are finished in 7 hours, who was about 4 people. Time consuming looks too instead of polite staff, was blunt.
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