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    Mount Nokogiri

    by gogonicetrip Updated Nov 3, 2006

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    Mount Nokogiri ("saw-mountain" in Japanese), as its name implies, is shaped like the teeth of a saw.

    This mountain forms the boundary between the Kazusa and Awa areas of the Boso Peninsula.

    In winter, we enjoy warmer weather in Kyonan-machi because the mountains here serve as a barrier from the cold northern winds. The name of our town, Kyonan-machi, meaning "south of Mt. Nokogiri", is taken from this mountain.

    On Mt. Nokogiri's southern side you can find the Buddhist temple, Nihon-ji temple, dating back to 725 A.D.

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    Nihon-ji temple

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    Nihon-ji temple, located on Mount Nokogiri, was made by Gyoki who was Japanese priest and founded by Emperor Shomu in 725.

    There are the following places where must sees in the precincts of a temple in whole Mount Nokogiri.
    1) Nihon-ji's Daibutsu and Hyakushaku-Kannon, two Buddhist statues sculpted into the side of the mountain.
    2) Jigoku-nozoki ("a peep at Hell"), a view seen looking down at the sheer cliffs of the mountain
    3) 1500 Rakan Statues (Buddhist saint statues), stone images made in the Edo period, each said to have a different expression.

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    Ino Tadataka Memorial Hall, in Sawara

    by gogonicetrip Updated Nov 3, 2006

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    Ino Tadataka, a great men in the late Edo period, dedicated the latter half of his life to a national geographical survey, completing the first map of the entire Japan island, Dainihon Enkai Yochizenzu ( Great Japan Coastline Survey Map).

    The museum exhibits various source materials of his accomplishment as well as the actual devices he used for the location survey.

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    Sawara, Histrical area along Onogawa River

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    If you want to see the merchant life of Edo period (200years ago), stroll around the town of Sawara located next to Narita.

    Stores and houses that retain traces of old times line both sides of Onogawa River, creating an Edo period atmosphere.

    As testimony to the authentic style of these houses, samurai dramas have recently been filmed on these streets.

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    Nokogiri-yama (saw mountain)

    by sunshine_01 Updated Apr 23, 2008

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    Mt. Nokogiri is located on the Minami-Boso area in Chiba and it gets its name because the face of the mountain has edges like a saw. I took a ferry ride to Port Kanaya and it is a short walk from Port Kanaya to take the Ropeway up to the Mt. Nokogiri. The observatory at the mountaintop offers 360-degree panoramic views, and on a fine day you may be able to see Mt. Fuji across the sea.

    It is a good hiking trail that offers stunning sceneries. You need a good pair of walking shoes because you will be climbing a lot of steep stairs. Along the trail, you would be able to see Great Buddha carved into the side of the mountain, stone statues of Sen-gohyaku-rakan (1500 disciples of Buddha), Jigoku nozoki(Valley of Hell) a small rock platform which sticks out over a cliff that allows you to look deep into the valley from cliffs, stone carving of Hyaku Shaku Kannon(Godness of Mercy) and Nihon-ji. Great Buddha in Nokogiriyama is twice the size of the one in Kamakura and Nara Daibutsu, making it the largest Big Buddha statues in Japan, constructed in the 1780s by Jingoro Eirei Ono and his 27 apprentices.

    A round trip by ferry from Tokyo Ferry bay to Port Kanaya cost 900yen(adult) and 450yen(child). A round trip for the Ropeway cost 900yen(adult) and 450yen(child). The entrance fee to the temple covered all it's attractions. 600yen(adult) and 400yen(child).

    Do take note of the operating hours of the Ropeway: from Feb 16 to Nov 15 (9.00am to 5.00pm), from Nov 16 to Feb 15 (9.00am to 4.00pm). You wouldn't want to miss the last Ropeway back to the foot of the mountain. The public transport links are horrendous; no bus to take you down to the foot of the mountain or Port Kanaya or JR station.

    If you miss the last Ropeway, you'll have to walk down from the mountain and all the way towards JR Hota station(1 hr on foot). The JR Hota train schedule has infrequent service about one train every hour. From JR Hota station, you can travel back to Tokyo or you can go one stop to JR Hamakanaya Station. Alight at JR Hamakanaya station and walk about 10mins back to Port Kanaya. I found out all these through the hard way.... Gulp.... because i missed the last Ropeway.

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    Mother farm - family fun

    by sunshine_01 Updated May 5, 2008

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    Mother Farm is located on the top of Mt. Kano and it has an animal farm which includes cows, sheeps, pigs, horses and other animals. They have various animal shows/events such as the sheep show, piggy race, sheep grand parade, duck parade. In the piggy race, the children had to smack the backs of the pigs and chased their pigs towards the end point of the race tracks.

    There is no lack of fun for the children at the amusement park at the top of the mountain, a bungy jump, a big maze etc. You would be able to experience cow milking, horse riding and there are various workshops that teach you how to make ice-ceam, butter, art & craft etc. It has an orchard that offers activities such as fruit and flower picking. You would be able to pick strawberries from Jan to May and it cost 800yen for 300g of strawberries picked.

    I visited Mother Farm during March and there were rape blossoms all across the fields, it was a beautiful sight. If I visit the farm during April I would be able to see cherry blossoms too. There would be different types of flower blooming depending on the season.

    I bought my Mother farm package from Keikyu travel center which includes a round trip by ferry from Tokyo Ferry Bay to Port Kanaya, a round trip by bus from Port Kanaya to Mother farm and Mother farm entrance fee(3,300yen). If the tickets were purchased seperately, a round trip by ferry from Tokyo Ferry bay to Port Kanaya cost 900yen(adult) and the entrance fee for Mother farm cost 1500yen(adult). I was staying around Kurihama so I took a bus from Keikyu Kurihama station to Tokyo Ferry Bay then took the ferry across to Port Kanaya and transfered to a bus to Mother farm.

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    Hiking Shinkeisei 41: Takanekōdan Station

    by robertbaum Updated Jan 18, 2014

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    A hiking course from Takanekōdan Station to Tsudanuma Station on the Shin-Keisei Line operated by Shin-Keisei Electric Railway. The tour and poster is from an organised event held on September 28, 2013 and recognised by the Japanese Volkssport Association (JVA) (日本市民スポーツ連盟 - Nihon shimin supōtsu renmei).

    theme: "Walking along the Shin-Keisei line part III, from Takanekōdan to Tsudanuma"
    (「高根公団から津田沼へ 新京成線に沿って歩くみち Part.Ⅲ」 - 'Takanekōdan kara Tsudanuma e shinkeiseisen ni sotte aruku michi pātsu. Ⅲ')
    Length: appr. 13 km
    Duration: appr. 3,5 hours
    Worthwhile sights:
    Takanekōdan Station (高根公団駅)
    → Third park (三号公園 - San-gō-kōen)
    → Kitanarashino neighbourhood park (北習志野近隣公園 - Kitanarashino kinrin-kōen)
    → Forest park (森林公園 - Shinrin-kōen)
    → Keisei-Tsudanuma station area (京成津田沼駅前 - Keisei tsudanuma-eki mae)
    → Former Army railway regiment front gate (now entrance to Chiba Institute of Technology campus area) (旧陸軍鉄道連隊表門(千葉工大通用門前) - Kyū rikugun tetsudō rentai omotemon (Chiba kōdai tsūyō-mon mae))
    → Tsudanuma Icchōme park 津田沼一丁目公園 - Tsudanuma icchōme-kōen)
    Tsudanuma Station (津田沼駅)

    For more information about Shin-Keisei Electric Railway
    http://www.shinkeisei.co.jp

    For more information about Japanese Volkssport Association (JVA)
    Kanda St. Bldg, 1-2-4, 3F, Yushima, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo,113-8530, JAPAN
    〒113-8530 東京都文京区湯島1-2-4 神田セントビル 3F
    TEL:03-5256-7855
    FAX:03-5256-7856
    Tel. +81-3-5256-7855 | Fax. +81-3-5256-7856
    E-Mail: jva@walking.or.jp
    http://ivv-jva.com/

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    Kururi-jo, is a Castle in Kimitsu

    by gogonicetrip Updated Mar 15, 2007

    Kururi-jo, is a castle located in Kururi Kimitsu-city, was originally established by Mariya Takeda, but was taken over by Satomi Yoshitaka and became Satomi's home base and main fortification in his opposition to the Odawara based Hojo.

    After several unsuccessful attempts to attack Kururi Castle, it was eventually taken over by the Hojo in 1564 but was then recaptured by Satomi in 1567.

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    Hiking Shinkeisei 43: Shinkamagaya Station

    by robertbaum Updated Jan 18, 2014

    A hiking course from Shinkamagaya Station to Kamagaya Daibutsu Station on the Shin-Keisei Line operated by Shin-Keisei Electric Railway. The tour and poster is from an organised event held on January 18, 2014 and recognised by the Japanese Volkssport Association (JVA) (日本市民スポーツ連盟 - Nihon shimin supōtsu renmei).

    theme: "Swans of the winter season and horses of the year of the horse, watching both here and there, the way of the start of the year season"
    (「冬の白鳥と午年の馬、眺めてめぐる新春のみち」 - 'Fuyu no hakuchō to umadoshi no uma, nagamete meguru shinshun no michi')
    Length: appr. 12 km
    Duration: appr. 3 hours
    Worthwhile sights:
    Shinkamagaya Station (新鎌ヶ谷駅)
    → Shinkama Food Village (しんかま屋台村 - Shinkama Yatai-mura)
    → Seventh river regulating pond (七次川調整池 - Nana-ji Kawa chōsei-ike), where swans gather
    → JRA Horse Racing School (JRA競馬学校 - JRA Keiba gakkō), where horses run
    → Yakigaya North Park (八木が谷北公園 - Yakigaya Kita-kōen)
    → Kamagaya Big Buddha Statue (鎌ケ谷大仏 - Kamagaya Daibutsu)
    → Kamagaya Hachiman Shrine (鎌ケ谷八幡神社 - Kamagaya Hachiman-jinja)
    Kamagaya Daibutsu Station (鎌ヶ谷大仏駅)

    For more information about Shin-Keisei Electric Railway
    http://www.shinkeisei.co.jp

    For more information about Japanese Volkssport Association (JVA)
    Kanda St. Bldg, 1-2-4, 3F, Yushima, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo,113-8530, JAPAN
    〒113-8530 東京都文京区湯島1-2-4 神田セントビル 3F
    TEL:03-5256-7855
    FAX:03-5256-7856
    Tel. +81-3-5256-7855 | Fax. +81-3-5256-7856
    E-Mail: jva@walking.or.jp
    http://ivv-jva.com/

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    Hiking Shinkeisei 42: Matsudo Station

    by robertbaum Updated Jan 18, 2014

    A hiking course south of Matsudo Station on the Shin-Keisei Line operated by Shin-Keisei Electric Railway. The tour and poster is from an organised event held on November 30, 2013 and recognised by the Japanese Volkssport Association (JVA) (日本市民スポーツ連盟 - Nihon shimin supōtsu renmei).

    theme: "While enjoying the colourful leaves and food of the autumn, strolling through the cities of Matsudo and Ichikawa"
    (「秋の紅葉・味覚を楽しみながら、松戸と市川をめぐるみち」 - 'Akinomomiji mikaku o tanoshiminagara, Matsudo to Ichikawa o meguru michi')
    Length: appr. 14 km
    Duration: appr. 4 hours
    Worthwhile sights:
    Matsudo Station (松戸駅)
    → Matsudo Station West Park (松戸駅西口公園 - Matsudo-eki Nishiguchi-kōen)
    → Matsudo South market (松戸南部市場 - Matsudo Nanbu-ichiba)
    → Horinouchi Shell mound park (堀之内貝塚公園 - Horinouchi Kaidzuka-kōen)
    → Junsai pond (じゅん菜池 - Junsai-ike)
    → Monument to Sachio Ito's novel 'Nogiku no haka' ("The Wild Daisy", 1906) (野菊の墓文学碑 - Nogiku no haka Bungakuhi), a tragic love story that takes place in the rural countryside of the Yagiri region of the Meiji era.
    → Passing Yagiri boats (矢切の渡し - Yagiri no watashi)
    Matsudo Station (松戸駅)

    For more information about Shin-Keisei Electric Railway
    http://www.shinkeisei.co.jp

    For more information about Japanese Volkssport Association (JVA)
    Kanda St. Bldg, 1-2-4, 3F, Yushima, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo,113-8530, JAPAN
    〒113-8530 東京都文京区湯島1-2-4 神田セントビル 3F
    TEL:03-5256-7855
    FAX:03-5256-7856
    Tel. +81-3-5256-7855 | Fax. +81-3-5256-7856
    E-Mail: jva@walking.or.jp
    http://ivv-jva.com/

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    Hiking Shinkeisei 40: Kunugiyama Station

    by robertbaum Written Jan 18, 2014

    A hiking course from Kunugiyama Station to Takanekōdan Station on the Shin-Keisei Line operated by Shin-Keisei Electric Railway. The tour and poster is from an organised event held on April 13, 2013 and recognised by the Japanese Volkssport Association (JVA) (日本市民スポーツ連盟 - Nihon shimin supōtsu renmei).

    theme: "Walking along the Shin-Keisei line part II, from Kunugiyama to Takanekōdan"
    (「くぬぎ山駅から高根公団駅へ 新京成線に沿って歩くみち Part.Ⅱ」 - 'Kunugiyama-eki kara takane kōdan'eki e shinkeiseisen ni sotte aruku michi pātsu. Ⅱ')
    Length: appr. 13 km
    Duration: appr. 3,5 hours
    Worthwhile sights:
    Kunugiyama Station (くぬぎ山駅)
    → Kunugiyama park (くぬぎ山公園 - Kunugiyama kōen)
    → Train depot of Shin-Keisei Electric Railway (新京成電鉄の電車基地横 - Shin-keisei dentetsu no densha kichi yoko)
    → Kamagaya Local farmers market 'Fusa no eki' (鎌ヶ谷房の駅 - Kamagaya fusa no eki)
    → Remains of a Railway regiment pier (鉄道連隊橋脚跡 - Tetsudō rentai kyōkyaku ato)
    → Oshiki poultry farm (押木養鶏場 - Oshiki yōkei-ba)
    → Waterfall park (御滝公園 - Otaki kōen)
    Shintakane 5-chome park (新高根5丁目公園 - Shintakane 5-chōme kōen)
    Takane kōdan Station (高根公団駅)

    For more information about Shin-Keisei Electric Railway
    http://www.shinkeisei.co.jp

    For more information about Japanese Volkssport Association (JVA)
    Kanda St. Bldg, 1-2-4, 3F, Yushima, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo,113-8530, JAPAN
    〒113-8530 東京都文京区湯島1-2-4 神田セントビル 3F
    TEL:03-5256-7855
    FAX:03-5256-7856
    Tel. +81-3-5256-7855 | Fax. +81-3-5256-7856
    E-Mail: jva@walking.or.jp
    http://ivv-jva.com/

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    Hiking Shinkeisei 39: Tokiwadaira Station

    by robertbaum Updated Jan 18, 2014

    A hiking course from Tokiwadaira Station to Mabashi Station on the Shin-Keisei Line operated by Shin-Keisei Electric Railway. The tour and poster is from an organised event held on January 19, 2013 and recognised by the Japanese Volkssport Association (JVA) (日本市民スポーツ連盟 - Nihon shimin supōtsu renmei).

    theme: "Calling forth all fortune for the year, visiting the Seven Lucky Gods of Matsudo city part Ⅱ (3 temples)" (「一年の福を呼ぶ 松戸七福神をめぐるみち PartⅡ」 - 'Ichinen no fuku o yobu Matsudo shichifukujin o meguru michi pātsu Ⅱ')
    Length: appr. 16 km
    Duration: appr. 4hours
    Worthwhile sights:
    Tokiwadaira Station (常盤平駅)
    → Sunflower Park (ひまわり公園 - Himawari kōen)
    → Koganehara park (小金原公園 - Koganehara kōen)
    → Kegon temple (華厳寺 - Kegon-ji)
    → Iou temple (医王寺 - Iou-ji)
    → Konzō temple (金蔵院 - Konzō-in)
    → Terada park (寺田公園 - Terada kōen)
    Mabashi Station (馬橋駅)

    For more information about Shin-Keisei Electric Railway
    http://www.shinkeisei.co.jp

    For more information about Japanese Volkssport Association (JVA)
    Kanda St. Bldg, 1-2-4, 3F, Yushima, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo,113-8530, JAPAN
    〒113-8530 東京都文京区湯島1-2-4 神田セントビル 3F
    TEL:03-5256-7855
    FAX:03-5256-7856
    Tel. +81-3-5256-7855 | Fax. +81-3-5256-7856
    E-Mail: jva@walking.or.jp
    http://ivv-jva.com/

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    Hiking Shinkeisei 38: Matsudo Station

    by robertbaum Updated Jan 18, 2014

    A hiking course from Matsudo Station to Kunugiyama Station on the Shin-Keisei Line operated by Shin-Keisei Electric Railway. The tour and poster is from an organised event held on December 1, 2012 and recognised by the Japanese Volkssport Association (JVA) (日本市民スポーツ連盟 - Nihon shimin supōtsu renmei).

    theme: "Walking along the Shin-Keisei line part I, through autumn leaves from Matsudo to Kunugiyama"
    (「紅葉の中を、松戸駅からくぬぎ山駅へ 新京成線に沿って歩くみち Part.Ⅰ」 - 'Kōyō no naka o, Matsudo-eki kara Kunugiyama-eki e shinkeiseisen ni sotte aruku michi pātsu. Ⅰ')
    Length: appr. 12 km
    Duration: appr. 3 hours
    Worthwhile sights:
    Matsudo Station (松戸駅)
    → Matsudo station West park (松戸駅西口公園 - )
    → Yabashira station (八柱駅 - Yabashira-eki)
    → '21st century forest and square' landscape park (21世紀の森と広場 - 21-seiki no mori to hiroba)
    → Tokiwadaira station (常盤平駅 - Tokiwadaira-eki)
    → Tokiwadaira zelkova street, one of 'Japan's new 100 beautiful streets', selected by the Yomiuri newspaper in 1994 (常盤平けやき通り (新・日本街路樹百景) - Tokiwadaira keyaki-dōri (Shin Nihon gairoju hyakkei))
    → Iris park (しょうぶ公園 - Shōbu-kōen)
    → Goko Station (五香駅 - Gokō-eki)
    → Kunugiyama park (くぬぎ山公園 - Kunugiyama-kōen)
    Kunugiyama Station (くぬぎ山駅)

    For more information about Shin-Keisei Electric Railway
    http://www.shinkeisei.co.jp

    For more information about Japanese Volkssport Association (JVA)
    Kanda St. Bldg, 1-2-4, 3F, Yushima, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo,113-8530, JAPAN
    〒113-8530 東京都文京区湯島1-2-4 神田セントビル 3F
    TEL:03-5256-7855
    FAX:03-5256-7856
    Tel. +81-3-5256-7855 | Fax. +81-3-5256-7856
    E-Mail: jva@walking.or.jp
    http://ivv-jva.com/

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    Hiking Shinkeisei 37: Takanekōdan Station

    by robertbaum Written Jan 18, 2014

    A hiking course from Takanekōdan Station to Kitanarashino Station on the Shin-Keisei Line operated by Shin-Keisei Electric Railway. The tour and poster is from an organised event held on September 29, 2012 and recognised by the Japanese Volkssport Association (JVA) (日本市民スポーツ連盟 - Nihon shimin supōtsu renmei).

    theme: "Woodlands north of Funabashi and Yatsuda area, a hiking trail into abundant nature" (「船橋北部の里山と谷津田 豊かな自然に包まれたみち」 - 'Funabashi hokubu no Satoyama to Yatsuda yutakana shizen ni tsutsuma reta michi')
    Length: appr. 12 km
    Duration: appr. 3 hours
    Worthwhile sights:
    Takanekōdan Station (高根公団駅)
    → View of Yatsuda (谷津田の眺望 - Yatsuda no fūkei)
    → Toko temple (東光寺 - Tōkō-ji)
    → Hachioji shrine (八王子神社 - Hachiōji-jinja)
    → Way through a bamboo forest (竹林のみち - Chikurin no michi)
    → Tsuboi neighbourhood park (坪井近隣公園 - Tsuboi kinrin kōen)
    Kitanarashino Station (北習志野駅)

    For more information about Shin-Keisei Electric Railway
    http://www.shinkeisei.co.jp

    For more information about Japanese Volkssport Association (JVA)
    Kanda St. Bldg, 1-2-4, 3F, Yushima, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo,113-8530, JAPAN
    〒113-8530 東京都文京区湯島1-2-4 神田セントビル 3F
    TEL:03-5256-7855
    FAX:03-5256-7856
    Tel. +81-3-5256-7855 | Fax. +81-3-5256-7856
    E-Mail: jva@walking.or.jp
    http://ivv-jva.com/

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    Hiking Shinkeisei 36: Shin-Tsudanuma Station

    by robertbaum Updated Jan 18, 2014

    A hiking course from Shin-Tsudanuma Station to Yatsu Station. Shin-Tsudanuma Station is on the Shin-Keisei Line operated by Shin-Keisei Electric Railway. Yatsu Station is on the Keisei Line. The tour and poster is from an organised event held on May 12, 2012 and recognised by the Japanese Volkssport Association (JVA) (日本市民スポーツ連盟 - Nihon shimin supōtsu renmei).

    theme: "Breathing history in Narashino and New developments in Narashino, a hiking trail facing Tokyo Bay"
    (「歴史息づく習志野と 新しく発展する習志野 東京湾を目指してめぐるみち」 - 'Rekishi ikidzuku Narashino to atarashiku hatten suru Narashino Tōkyōwan o mezashite meguru michi')
    Length: appr. 13 km
    Duration: appr. 3.5 hours
    Worthwhile sights:
    Shin-Tsudanuma Station (新津田沼駅)
    → Kikuta shrine (菊田神社 - Kikuta-jinja)
    → Yatsurugi shrine (八剣神社 - Yatsurugi-jinja)
    → Akanehama seaside park (茜浜海浜公園 - Akanehama kaihin-kōen)
    → Yatsu tideland (谷津干潟 - Yatsu higata)
    → Yatsu Rose Garden (谷津バラ園 - Yatsu bara-en)
    Keisei Line Yatsu Station (京成線谷津駅)

    For more information about Shin-Keisei Electric Railway
    http://www.shinkeisei.co.jp

    For more information about Japanese Volkssport Association (JVA)
    Kanda St. Bldg, 1-2-4, 3F, Yushima, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo,113-8530, JAPAN
    〒113-8530 東京都文京区湯島1-2-4 神田セントビル 3F
    TEL:03-5256-7855
    FAX:03-5256-7856
    Tel. +81-3-5256-7855 | Fax. +81-3-5256-7856
    E-Mail: jva@walking.or.jp
    http://ivv-jva.com/

    Related to:
    • Budget Travel
    • Hiking and Walking
    • Trains

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