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A strange building near Asakusa

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Hidden : 4/30/2004
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Geocache Description:

There is a black building called "UNKO building" or "UNCHI building" near Asakusa. Japanese word "UNKO" or "UNCHI" is excrement. When you stand in front of KAMINARIMON gate (N 35deg. 42.656min. E139deg. 47.780min. WGS84), you are able to see it on the east side. However, a yellow object called "UNKO" or "UNCHI") on the roof is fire in fact.A cache is hidden in the open space on northeast of "UNKO building". Please look for this cache when you visit Asakusa. It takes about 6 minutes from KAMINARIMON gate on foot.
Notice: Since there are two tall buildings around the cache, the signal from the GPS satellites may be weak. Please be careful.

Cache size
Cylinder forms (PET bottle)
Diameter: 50mm
Height: 120mm

***** Japanese *****

 浅草の近くに、「う●こビル」、あるいは「うん★ビル」よばれている建物があります。日本語でいう「う●こ」あるいは「うん★」は排泄物のことです。雷門(北緯35度42.656分、東経139度47.780分 測地系:WGS84)の前に立てば、東側にそのビルを見ることができます。ところで、実は「う●こ」あるいは「うん★」とよばれている屋根の黄色いオブジェは炎なのです。



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Gjb erq gevnatyrf

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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