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Does your sweet love sweets?

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Hidden : 6/12/2009
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Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Jiyugaoka is one of the most fashionable town in Tokyo and popular to want to live among young people.
There are a lot of shops there, Variety shop, Cosmetic shop, Dress shop, Hair salon, Cafe, Restaurant, Sweets shop e.t.c.
(Such as cakes, ice creams, chocolates... we call them 'sweets' in Japan.)

"Jiyugaoka sweets Forrest" is a food theme park of sweets. There are a lot of sweets shops of the 'patissier' who trained with the famous store of Europe or got a excellent results in the contests.
We can eat many best sweets they made and can compare them there.

Almost girls (Include she was a girl) may love sweets, so there are many gal's groups or couples always there.
If you are a male geocacher and leave your sweet alone for your geocaching, why do not you come here with her?
(But your expense and her weight are your own risk.)

I placed a new container, It's micro size, coordinates was no changed. Please bring a pen.

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