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Japanese Cemetery, Sandakan

Categories: Cemeteries, Tourist Spots
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  • I was surprised that this place came up as a tourist attraction. There's really not much to see and I would only recommend driving past rather than wasting time here. 
  • Incense sticks brought from Japan had been achieved. Useless map at the hotel, without looking in a large Chinese Cemetery reluctantly - interpretation of multiple comments of others can - back bridge and heard it on the English Tea House and Restaurant. Experienced guide who is located a 5-minute walk away, all employees are Chinese cemetery and sense of difference between and and and explaining the scale and the difference between the staff. Welcome to thank you, so come and say, in about 10 minutes by car staff. Speak really pays 15 RM, and the Tea House Manager so replacements, told me. I found that when actually going alone is impossible. To go alone into the cemetery not visit even if a detailed map, with a vast mountain of spiritual resistance erazu, is also from whatever danger there might. Threatened to run down squirrels and a defoliant, in fact, from say 100 Step stairs 見kakezu 1 person 20 minutes too strange creatures were as follows. It is recommended that sent more than have an accurate map. Incense sticks left came with cemetery beneath a tool shed. I pray you will be going to the next available.
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  • 3/3/2013 information. From the Sandakan city to a local taxi. Maps were available locally and shown where the cemetery, than I thought. Tomb of master wood under Kuni Tomoko Yamazaki's book advance was reading in Sandakan was House of tolerance was found at once. Monument of unrelated people and enshrined in the fourth stage at the top the date during the Taisho era had been carved from the Meiji period. I would actually pay tax on land not producing anything parents are biting at her daughter sold. Have been praying for the souls.
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  • SCARY!!!!!!!!!!!
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