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Lucky come come, Happy come come

A cache by YONEYAMA Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 12/31/2008
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Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

Do you know "Maneki Neko"? Maneki Neko is a small cat figure which is believed to bring good luck to the owner.

Maneki Neko is the subject of a number of legends. Gotoku-ji Temple is one of the origins of the Maneki Neko among numbers of legends.

This multi cache starts from this temple, Gotoku-ji.

First, stand at the above coordinates. You will find silver explanation plate near the temple buildings (see pic01). You will see one more plate under the silver one. In the plate, there are six numbers; two in the circle, and 59 10. Please check the two digit number in the circle ---> AB

The fina stage is:
N 35deg 39.B04
E 139deg 38.7(Ax3)7

Before you move on to the final stage, please do not forget to stop by the famous Maneki Neko alter. You can buy these Maneki Nekoes at the Temple Office and offer here, wishing your Luck and Happiness.

May the luck and happiness be with you!


上に記載されている座標の位置に、銀色の豪徳寺の説明板があります(pic01参照)。この下にももう一枚プレートがあり、そこに数字が幾つか書いてあります。「昭和59年10月」の他に、丸で囲まれた2桁の数字がありますので、それをチェックしてください --->AB

 北緯  35°39.B04
 東経 139°38.7(Ax3)7


Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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