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Miyajima- Hiroshima prefecture

Miyajima scenery well-known from the guide book or typical image of Japan.
Although it's very famous scenery, many people don't know it's in the Hiroshima prefecture.
Miyajima was build 9century and it was build traditional Japanese way which has not using any nails.
They maintain not using any nails.
Miyajima is one of the most beautiful spot is in Japan.

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