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Location DB > Japan > Yamanashi > Kawaguchi-machi > Gulliver's Kingdom > Color > R3a-493.JPG

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Sun goes down over Fuji-san and bob run tower.
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Posted by maxt 11/29/2005 5:17 PM | remove
  So you could just rent a bobsled and blast down the course? All while gazing upon a theme park based on a big man in a little person's world? Who the hell thought this would work?
Posted by Flash 12/5/2005 3:45 AM | remove
  Your Comment was awsome!

Posted by maxt 12/6/2005 11:42 PM | remove
  Hah...thanks.
Posted by NAN 1/7/2006 11:58 PM | remove
  That is one wierd place. I have totally enjoyed all your galleries.
Posted by Sixmoons 1/9/2006 10:41 AM | remove
  I'm amazed no graf, dirty vandalism or theft of stuff. It seems similar with all your Japan locations. Japanese kids not into delinquentcy ? Or is it Japanese have more connection with these places and the past in general. I'm fascinated !
Posted by BOX 1/9/2006 3:18 PM | remove
  you'll see graffiti in some places, most of what i saw was randomly about the countryside from the narita express train.
Posted by MutantMandias 5/11/2006 7:08 PM | remove
  Omg! This thread starts with a comment from maxt that is not totally annoying!

Mt. Fugi has such amazing powers!
Posted by davek 7/5/2006 10:20 AM | remove
  That was cool. American theme parks don't have anything dangerous enough to need a helmet. The bobsled is a great idea.
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