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erik88l-r: Cache is apparently gone, cache owner has not logged on in over four months, so I have archived it for him. Thanks for the past fun.
erik - volunteer cache reviewer



A cache by Fuchy & Keiko Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 5/29/2004
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1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Odaiba, old sea-fort of Tokyo Bay, is now famous shoping and
amusement area.

Odaiba means island(s) that cannons were puting on.
Sinse 1633, Japan was under self-imposed isolation from the rest of
the world.
But in 1853, American commander, Matthew Calbraith Perry, came to
Japan so as to "opening up" of Japan.
Goverment surprised and decided to put cannons on the islands as
emergency measures.
That is the begining of Odaiba.
Now, all cannons were removed and many of shopping stores,
amusement spots are established.
The cache is putting on the seaside park. You can find famous
statue near the point.
Sorry inconvinient but there is no pen inside it.

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challenger. Thanks!






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