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Furobashi, Wakayama

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  • It is located in Wakayama Bay stone bridge, built in the late Edo period in the life of the Lord. You can still walk across. Also sculptures and decorated part of the railing and was fine.
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  • It is a quaint feel is a small bridge arch bridge. Also think that photo shoot point feel good coupled with views of the surroundings. Number of people see politicized when in fact I've visited bridge and Sunrise photos to take.
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  • If it's a bus, don't advise everyone to go, because there is only this bridge, and there is no particular, it is a short stone bridge, and the location is relatively far, there is no scene nearby. It was only half a hour after the trip, but it was a half hour's bus. Actually not worth a go.
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  • Take a photo from the road immediately next to the stone bridge, panoramic view of the bridge fits.
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  • Asibe bridge is a new bridge next to the. If you like the article is a bridge. Note that in the confusion.
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  • It is a stunning stone bridge functionality. Completed in 1851 (Tokugawa kyungbok around). Will not this splendid stone bridge in Kinki. Decorated with spectacular cloud-like carving on 勾欄 and contains the State of the arts art crafts. Because it has become obsolete, but also withstood the Nankai earthquake is a big one. But, be careful not 寄ri掛kattari ⚠ please! Unfortunately I wasted on stupid big Bridge (new bridge?) is on the seaward side. Thanks to the flat landscape of wakanoura it ro! ruin taste. What this, Dore Dake who is Makoto-💢 silly half-assed щ (° д ° щ) GOLLER! By ☆ minus one is gone.
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  • It is a rare stone in the splendid vaulted Mason built by the Kishu Tokugawa family life during the Edo period. With substantial shareholdings, would now need protection against deterioration of the stone is collapsing so badly.
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  • Good there is a small bridge, and Hong Kong. Imoseyama shrine visit, take a look at them together. When travelling there just like the walking notes billboards, so be careful.
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