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Hillside Village In Japan
Located between Osaka and Kobe, two mega Japanese cities, off the main train line is an older village with distinctive roofs that fills all available space up to the verdant tree line. The interior spine of Japan is quite mountainous; therefore, most people inhabit the coastal areas of the country.
October 29th, 2011
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