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Kumamoto Castle before the earthquake. Unfortunately, it suffered major damage by the Kumamoto earthquake and remains closed. 熊本城
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Suizenji Park 水前寺成趣園
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Kusasenri park 草千里Grassy park on the periphery of Mt. Aso.
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Kumamoto Castle 熊本城
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Suizenji Garden, Kumamoto 水前寺成趣園Mt. Fuji
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Horseback riding at Kusasenri. 草千里
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Kumamoto Castle 熊本城
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Aso Volcano Museum 阿蘇火山博物館
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JR Kumamoto Station at night.
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Modern museum inside Kumamoto Casstle
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Kusasenri
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JR Kumamoto Station
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JR Kumamoto Station in the 1980s
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Views from castle tower
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View of Mt. Aso
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Views from castle tower
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Kusasenri parking lot
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Grass skiing
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Moat
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Grass skiing
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Spectacular ropeway ride
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Aso-san Ropeway 阿蘇山ロープウェー
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Ropeway
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Aso Crater rim
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Notice the emergency shelters.
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Mt. Naka-dake is Mt. Aso's most famous crater, Kumamoto 阿蘇山 中岳火口Measures 1 km wide north to south and 4 km east to west.
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Mt. Naka-dake in Aso-san, Kumamoto. Measures 1 km wide north to south and 4 km east to west. 阿蘇山 中岳火口
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Always smoking, Mt. Naka-dake in Aso-san, Kumamoto 阿蘇山 中岳火口
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Crater rim
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Sign for taking "I was here" photos.
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World's largest caldera still active.
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No entry
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Inside emergency shelter.
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Spectacular rock and cliff formations.
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Fantastic artwork by nature
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Art of nature
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Natural sculptures
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Walking back instead of taking the ropeway.
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Ropeway
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Aso Station
   
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