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Location DB > Japan > Saitama Prefecture > Kamikanasaki Shouwa > G-Cans > Color > DSC04944.JPG

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Bicycles are used to traverse the main tunnels. This was a very surreal experience - riding a bicycle through these underground tunnels. The walls are really smooth with workmanship at the typical level of Japanese construction brilliance.
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Posted by IIVQ 7/1/2005 11:53 AM | remove
  Soooo cool! And you could've driven so fast you'd stick to the ceiling here :-P
Posted by nel58 9/24/2005 8:27 PM | remove
  And do spirals.......the cyclist paradise...I love it ...No fumes from "buggies" in bad shape,nice shape from working from one can to the other....A very good example that should be seen by many.......
Posted by ian_evil 10/12/2005 1:48 AM | remove
  Do they offer skateboards too?
Posted by I am the Bear 8/6/2006 7:35 AM | remove
  cute bike
Posted by Samurai 8/6/2006 9:14 PM | remove
  maybe they should've gotten the Japanese to build the Big Dig under Boston.. maybe then the shit wouldn't be falling apart.

Posted by Air 12/5/2006 8:31 PM | remove
  very cool shot
Posted by Kuroneko 2/9/2008 2:22 AM | remove
  ... and she's wearing flared jeans. How cool is that?
Posted by Dowcet 8/3/2009 8:31 PM | remove
  Good thing she has that crazy chain guard or those jeans would shredded by now!
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