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Ise Jingu Photo credit: Ise Jingu
Ise Jingu (Shinto shrine) Mie
1 Ujitachi-cho, Ise city, Mie Google Map
Ise Jingu (Shinto Shrine) in Ise City, Mie Prefecture is, as everyone knows, the hometown of the Japanese heart. Jingu has a history of 2,000 years, and about 8 million people not only from Japan but also from overseas per year visit here. The area spreading out before the “Naiku” of Ise Jingu is Oharai-Machi, and the town located almost in the center of this area is “Okage-Yokocho”. During the Edo Period the common people had longed to visit there at last once in life. The vibrant street when “Thanks to Jingu” visit was popular has been reproduced.
Ninja Museum of Igaryu Mie
117-13-1 Ueno Marunouchi, Iga-shi, Mie Google Map
Ninja Museum of Igaryu in Iga City, Mie Prefecture is a Ninja-themed museum. At the exhibition zone, the contents of the old documents of Ninja that were scientifically clarified are exhibited and also the art of Ninja that is useful even today are exhibited, so you can feel Ninja and the art of Ninja closer to you. The Ninja show using the Ninja tools that were actually used will make you excited. Original Ninja merchandise items are recommended as a souvenir.
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Nagoya Castle Aichi
1-1 Honmaru, Naka Ward, Nagoya, Aichi Google Map
The castle was built as a residence for Yoshinao, a child of Tokugawa Ieyasu in 1612. Nagoya Castle is one of the three most famous castles in Japan together with Ehime Castle and Kumamoto Castle and is a very beautiful castle. It is located between Sakae, the district for shopping and young people, and Nagoya Station which is the gateway to Nagoya, is easily accessible by subway, and has tree-lined streets and nature even it is located in the middle of the city.
The Tokugawa Art Museum Aichi
1017, Tokugawacho, Higashi-ku Nagoya-shi, Aichi Google Map
The Tokugawa Art Museum is a museum that has the collection and exhibition of the feudal lord articles of the Owari Tokugawa family, which is one of the three largest ancestral lords. In Japan it has been getting much more attention due to the civil wars and warlord boom in recent years, and the popularity from women mainly the Samurai girls and Rekijo (women who love history) is soaring as well.
Nagoya City Science Museum Aichi
17-1, Sakae 2-chome, Naka-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Google Map
Do you know the Nagoya City Science Museum with the largest planetarium in the world which was recognized in the Guinness Book of Records is in Nagoya? A variety of people, not only people who are interested in astronomy but also children who want to better understand what they study in school and couples who visit for the famous planetarium, utilize this facility.
Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium Aichi
1-3 Minato-Machi, Minato-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Google Map
Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium is the place you can get to know the ecology and evolution of various creatures that live in the oceans of the world. From breeding exhibition of a wide variety of creatures and events such as the dolphin performance, to the daily research studies, you can learn and experience the mystery of life and the dynamism with your own body.
Yunoyama Hot Spring
Yunoyama Hot Spring Mie
8522 Komono, Komono-cho, Mie-gun, Mie Google Map
It is the hot springs site with the history of 1300 years since its opening. Located at the foot of Mt. Gozaisho and in the Suzuka Quasi-National Park, the hot springs town will let you forget the hustle and bustle of the city. The hot springs town at night lit by light has its own taste. Direct highway buses are available from the Meitetsu Bus Center and it is accessible in one hour from Nagoya.
no image Photo credit: TCMIT
Toyota Commemorative Museum and Technology Aichi
1-35, Noritake Shinmachi 4-chome, Nishi-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Google Map
This museum was founded preserving and utilizing remaining old weaving plant as an industrial heritage on TOYOTA group birth place. Mainly on textile machineries and automobiles, there are many exhibitions and we intelligibly introduce dynamic displays of original equipment and actual demonstrations by operators.
Suzuki plaza Shizuoka
1301, Zoracho, Minami Ward, Hamamatsu, Shizuoka Google Map
Yamaha Communication Plaza Shizuoka
2500, Shingai, Iwata-shi, Shizuoka Google Map
You can see many old cars that have built a history of Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd., marine products such as sailing boats, and other products in various fields such as industrial robots. You can also enjoy the special exhibitions anytime you go. Recently this has been popular among foreign travelers.
AEON MALL Tokoname Aichi
2-20-3, Rinkucho, Tokoname-shi, Aichi Google Map
Tsubaki O-Kami Yashiro Grand Shrine Mie
1871, Yamamotocho, Suzuka-shi, Mie Google Map
Web Site : http://tsubaki.or.jp/ (Japanese page)
Suzuka Municipal Museum of Traditional arts and Crafts Mie
3-10-1, Jike, Suzuka-shi, Mie Google Map
Web Site : http://www.densansuzukacity.com/ (Japanese page)
Representative works and documents of two major traditional industries “Ise Katagami (stencil paper patterns)” and “Suzuka Sumi (ink stick)” that Suzuka proudly present to Japan from the Edo era are on permanent display. Enjoy the variety of beautiful arts nurtured by years. From 10:00 ~ 12:00 and 13:00 ~ 16:00 every Sunday, the demonstration of Ise Katagami is held, and from 10:00 ~ 12:00 and 13:00 ~ 16:00 on second and fourth Sundays, the demonstration of Suzuka Sumi is held. In addition, you can experience the stencil paper pattern chiselling.
Ise Katagami Museum
Ise Katagami Museum Mie
21-30, Shiroko Hommachi, Suzuka-shi, Mie Google Map
Web Site : http://suzuka-bunka.jp/isekatagami/ (Japanese page)
It is opened in 1997 after repairing the building of the late Edo period and the house of Terao Saibee, who was the leading paper wholesaler in Shiroko. The Teraos had had the business of Ise Katagami from the production to the sales since the Edo period, and their peddling range was ranging from Tohoku to the Kanto region. The house of the Teraos was designated as a historic site by the city as the mercantile house related to the stencil paper as well as the representative example of merchant houses, and it stores and exhibit the documents on the stencil paper.
The Kodayu Daikokuya Memorial
The Kodayu Daikokuya Memorial Mie
1-1-8, Wakamatsu Naka, Suzuka-shi, Mie Google Map
The boatman Daikokuya Kodayu who was born in Ise-no-Kuni Minami Wakamatsu Village departed the port of Shiroko in December 1782, had a rainstorm en route to Edo and drifted to the Aleutian Islands. Then he crossed Siberia overcoming numerous hardships, and finally he had an audience of the Empress Yekaterina II Alekseyevna and asked her to let him return to Japan. 10 years after the drift, in September 1792, he returned to Japan. The document written in ink in Russian by Kodayu himself and the drifter’s adventure tale are exhibited and the life of Kodayu is introduced in the museum.
The Nobutsuna Sasaki Memorial Mie
1707-3, Ishiyakushicho, Suzuka-shi, Mie Google Map
Web Site : http://suzuka-bunka.jp/sasaki/(Japanese page)
Nobutsuna Sasaki, who is famous as a poet and Japanese literature scholar as well as the lyricist of the song “Natsu wa kinu”, was born in Ishiyakushi-cho in Suzuka. While he had been active as a poet started writing tanka from the age of six and made more than 10,000 tanka in his whole life, he worked hard for the Man-yoshu (8th century anthology of Japanese poetry) research and was awarded the Order of Cultural Merit. This Sasaki Nobutsuna Memorial opened in 1970 with the house he was born in as its base, and “Nobutsuna Document Meseum”, “Ishiyakushi Library” and the “Storehouse” built in 1986 are on the same premises.
Shono Juku Museum Mie
21-8, Shonocho, Suzuka-shi, Mie Google Map
Web Site : http://suzuka-bunka.jp/shono/(Japanese page)
Shono Juku was developed as the 45th post town of the 53 stages on the Tokaido and is also well-known for the landscape print “White rain of Shono” drawn by Ando Hiroshige. A part of the main building of the former Kobayashi house, which was the cultural property designated by the City of Suzuka, was restored as it was first build and opened in 1998. Not only the documents on the officially appointed inn and subsidiary inn of Shono Juku and documents related to the post town, but also the paintings and documents of the late Hikosaburo Kobayashi who was active in the Japanese art world as well as the daily articles, farming tools and household articles remaining in the area are exhibited in the museum.
Suzuka Municipal Inou Folk Museum Mie
2-24-18, Inonishi, Suzuka-shi, Mie Google Map
Web Site : http://suzuka-bunka.jp/inou/
(Japanese page)
Located near Inou Shrine, this museum mainly showcases articles that are related to rice plants and agriculture in association with the name of the place “Inou” (rice plants growing). Agricultural machines and implements that cannot be seen today such as water wheels and winnower are exhibited, the persons who made significant contributions in the breeding of rice are introduced, and the red rice and black rice, a kind of ancient rice, and rare purple rice are also on the display.
Inou Shrine Mie
24-20, Inonishi, Suzuka-shi, Mie Google Map
This is a grand shrine from the ancient times and the “Ukemochi-no-O-Kami” is enshrined here as the God of food and beverage industry and thriving business. In the precincts, which is also called “Azalea Mountain”, about 5000 purple azaleas are grown in colonies and the azalea festival is held in April every year. It has many on-site cultural heritages from the Heian period on the premises, and the “Shichitou Ike (Seven-Island Pond)” is also famous as the ancient-style garden. In addition, a 1300-year-old Lion Dance is registered as the intangible cultural property designated by the prefecture and the Kagura (sacred music and dance) is performed every three years.
Koyasu Kannon-Ji Temple Mie
3-2-12, Jike, Suzuka-shi, Mie Google Map
Having the Nio-Mon, a Deva Gate, which is the prefectural cultural property, this temple attracts visitors from all over Japan as the sacred place for miraculous safe delivery and child rearing. It also has the hermit’s cell “Seishi-An” related to the haiku poet Yamaguchi Seishi and the “Museum of History” that tells the long history of the Kannon-ji Temple. During the Tenpyo-hoji era (from the year of 757 ~), the “Ever-blooming Cherry tree”, which was reportedly grew on the remains of the Garan which was burnt down due to the fire started by lightning, is a protected plant designated by Japan and famous as the cherry blossoms bloom through the four seasons.
Jingu-Ji Temple Mie
2-8-16, Inonishi, Suzuka-shi, Mie Google Map
It was said that this temple was started when Gyoki founded an edifice in the precincts of Inou Shrine during the Tenpyo era (between the year of 729 and 749), and after that, Kobo Daishi Kukai built a Bosatsu-do Hall, so this is a temple attached to Inou Shrine which has the history of the syncretism of Shinto and Buddhism. “2 Buddhist God statues (Jikoku-ten, or dhRtaraaSTra, and Tamon-ten, or Vaisravana)”, “Yakushinyorai (Bhaisajya-guru) Standing Statue” which are from Fujiwara era and designated as the important cultural property by Japan, and “Wooden Male God Seated Statue” designated as the cultural property by the prefecture are enshrined here.
Ishiyakushi Temple Mie
1, Ishiyakushicho, Suzuka-shi, Mie Google Map
This is a temple that was opened by the priest of Nara period, Taicho, and is also drawn in the prints of Ando Hiroshige's “53 Stages on the Tokaido”. The name of the post town, Ishiyakushi-Juku was derived from this temple. The principal object of worship is Yakushi Nyorai Statue which was curved by Kobo Daishi himself, and it is unveiled on December 20th every year when the cleaning of the soot takes place. In the precinct, the monuments engraved with wakas by Matsuo Basho and the Reverend Ikkyu were also built.
Suzuka Flower Park Mie
1690-1, Kasadocho, Suzuka, Mie Google Map
This is a park with seasonal flowers in vivid colors, equipped with facilities such as a fountain, a flower hill, a cheery square and a square for open-air tea ceremony, and a large complex playground with 24 kinds of playground equipment such as a roller slide, a mountain road and a net dome, and is crowded with many people.
Shiroko Morning Market
Shiroko Morning Market Mie
3179 Ejimahonmachi, Suzuka, Mie Google Map
At a corner of the space in front of Ejima Wakamiya Hachiman Shrine located along the coast of Shiroko, the morning market is held on the days with “1” and “6” every month. It is full of various stalls selling not only fruits, vegetables and fresh fish, but also the household products and clothing and is crowded with people buying the fresh products from 8:00 in the morning until noon.
Ise Jingu Photo credit: Ise Jingu
Ise Jingu (Shinto shrine) Mie
1 Ujitachi-cho, Ise city, Mie Google Map
Ise Jingu (Shinto Shrine) in Ise City, Mie Prefecture is, as everyone knows, the hometown of the Japanese heart. Jingu has a history of 2,000 years, and about 8 million people not only from Japan but also from overseas per year visit here. The area spreading out before the “Naiku” of Ise Jingu is Oharai-Machi, and the town located almost in the center of this area is “Okage-Yokocho”. During the Edo Period the common people had longed to visit there at last once in life. The vibrant street when “Thanks to Jingu” visit was popular has been reproduced.
Ninja Museum of Igaryu Mie
117-13-1 Ueno Marunouchi, Iga-shi, Mie Google Map
Ninja Museum of Igaryu in Iga City, Mie Prefecture is a Ninja-themed museum. At the exhibition zone, the contents of the old documents of Ninja that were scientifically clarified are exhibited and also the art of Ninja that is useful even today are exhibited, so you can feel Ninja and the art of Ninja closer to you. The Ninja show using the Ninja tools that were actually used will make you excited. Original Ninja merchandise items are recommended as a souvenir.
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Nagoya Castle Aichi
1-1 Honmaru, Naka Ward, Nagoya, Aichi Google Map
The castle was built as a residence for Yoshinao, a child of Tokugawa Ieyasu in 1612. Nagoya Castle is one of the three most famous castles in Japan together with Ehime Castle and Kumamoto Castle and is a very beautiful castle. It is located between Sakae, the district for shopping and young people, and Nagoya Station which is the gateway to Nagoya, is easily accessible by subway, and has tree-lined streets and nature even it is located in the middle of the city.
The Tokugawa Art Museum Aichi
1017, Tokugawacho, Higashi-ku Nagoya-shi, Aichi Google Map
The Tokugawa Art Museum is a museum that has the collection and exhibition of the feudal lord articles of the Owari Tokugawa family, which is one of the three largest ancestral lords. In Japan it has been getting much more attention due to the civil wars and warlord boom in recent years, and the popularity from women mainly the Samurai girls and Rekijo (women who love history) is soaring as well.
Tsubaki O-Kami Yashiro Grand Shrine Mie
1871, Yamamotocho, Suzuka-shi, Mie Google Map
Web Site : http://tsubaki.or.jp/ (Japanese page)
Suzuka Municipal Museum of Traditional arts and Crafts Mie
3-10-1, Jike, Suzuka-shi, Mie Google Map
Web Site : http://www.densansuzukacity.com/ (Japanese page)
Representative works and documents of two major traditional industries “Ise Katagami (stencil paper patterns)” and “Suzuka Sumi (ink stick)” that Suzuka proudly present to Japan from the Edo era are on permanent display. Enjoy the variety of beautiful arts nurtured by years. From 10:00 ~ 12:00 and 13:00 ~ 16:00 every Sunday, the demonstration of Ise Katagami is held, and from 10:00 ~ 12:00 and 13:00 ~ 16:00 on second and fourth Sundays, the demonstration of Suzuka Sumi is held. In addition, you can experience the stencil paper pattern chiselling.
Ise Katagami Museum
Ise Katagami Museum Mie
21-30, Shiroko Hommachi, Suzuka-shi, Mie Google Map
Web Site : http://suzuka-bunka.jp/isekatagami/ (Japanese page)
It is opened in 1997 after repairing the building of the late Edo period and the house of Terao Saibee, who was the leading paper wholesaler in Shiroko. The Teraos had had the business of Ise Katagami from the production to the sales since the Edo period, and their peddling range was ranging from Tohoku to the Kanto region. The house of the Teraos was designated as a historic site by the city as the mercantile house related to the stencil paper as well as the representative example of merchant houses, and it stores and exhibit the documents on the stencil paper.
The Kodayu Daikokuya Memorial
The Kodayu Daikokuya Memorial Mie
1-1-8, Wakamatsu Naka, Suzuka-shi, Mie Google Map
The boatman Daikokuya Kodayu who was born in Ise-no-Kuni Minami Wakamatsu Village departed the port of Shiroko in December 1782, had a rainstorm en route to Edo and drifted to the Aleutian Islands. Then he crossed Siberia overcoming numerous hardships, and finally he had an audience of the Empress Yekaterina II Alekseyevna and asked her to let him return to Japan. 10 years after the drift, in September 1792, he returned to Japan. The document written in ink in Russian by Kodayu himself and the drifter’s adventure tale are exhibited and the life of Kodayu is introduced in the museum.
The Nobutsuna Sasaki Memorial Mie
1707-3, Ishiyakushicho, Suzuka-shi, Mie Google Map
Web Site : http://suzuka-bunka.jp/sasaki/(Japanese page)
Nobutsuna Sasaki, who is famous as a poet and Japanese literature scholar as well as the lyricist of the song “Natsu wa kinu”, was born in Ishiyakushi-cho in Suzuka. While he had been active as a poet started writing tanka from the age of six and made more than 10,000 tanka in his whole life, he worked hard for the Man-yoshu (8th century anthology of Japanese poetry) research and was awarded the Order of Cultural Merit. This Sasaki Nobutsuna Memorial opened in 1970 with the house he was born in as its base, and “Nobutsuna Document Meseum”, “Ishiyakushi Library” and the “Storehouse” built in 1986 are on the same premises.
Shono Juku Museum Mie
21-8, Shonocho, Suzuka-shi, Mie Google Map
Web Site : http://suzuka-bunka.jp/shono/(Japanese page)
Shono Juku was developed as the 45th post town of the 53 stages on the Tokaido and is also well-known for the landscape print “White rain of Shono” drawn by Ando Hiroshige. A part of the main building of the former Kobayashi house, which was the cultural property designated by the City of Suzuka, was restored as it was first build and opened in 1998. Not only the documents on the officially appointed inn and subsidiary inn of Shono Juku and documents related to the post town, but also the paintings and documents of the late Hikosaburo Kobayashi who was active in the Japanese art world as well as the daily articles, farming tools and household articles remaining in the area are exhibited in the museum.
Suzuka Municipal Inou Folk Museum Mie
2-24-18, Inonishi, Suzuka-shi, Mie Google Map
Web Site : http://suzuka-bunka.jp/inou/(Japanese page)
Located near Inou Shrine, this museum mainly showcases articles that are related to rice plants and agriculture in association with the name of the place “Inou” (rice plants growing). Agricultural machines and implements that cannot be seen today such as water wheels and winnower are exhibited, the persons who made significant contributions in the breeding of rice are introduced, and the red rice and black rice, a kind of ancient rice, and rare purple rice are also on the display.
Inou Shrine Mie
24-20, Inonishi, Suzuka-shi, Mie Google Map
This is a grand shrine from the ancient times and the “Ukemochi-no-O-Kami” is enshrined here as the God of food and beverage industry and thriving business. In the precincts, which is also called “Azalea Mountain”, about 5000 purple azaleas are grown in colonies and the azalea festival is held in April every year. It has many on-site cultural heritages from the Heian period on the premises, and the “Shichitou Ike (Seven-Island Pond)” is also famous as the ancient-style garden. In addition, a 1300-year-old Lion Dance is registered as the intangible cultural property designated by the prefecture and the Kagura (sacred music and dance) is performed every three years.
Koyasu Kannon-Ji Temple Mie
3-2-12, Jike, Suzuka-shi, Mie Google Map
Having the Nio-Mon, a Deva Gate, which is the prefectural cultural property, this temple attracts visitors from all over Japan as the sacred place for miraculous safe delivery and child rearing. It also has the hermit’s cell “Seishi-An” related to the haiku poet Yamaguchi Seishi and the “Museum of History” that tells the long history of the Kannon-ji Temple. During the Tenpyo-hoji era (from the year of 757 ~), the “Ever-blooming Cherry tree”, which was reportedly grew on the remains of the Garan which was burnt down due to the fire started by lightning, is a protected plant designated by Japan and famous as the cherry blossoms bloom through the four seasons.
Jingu-Ji Temple Mie
2-8-16, Inonishi, Suzuka-shi, Mie Google Map
It was said that this temple was started when Gyoki founded an edifice in the precincts of Inou Shrine during the Tenpyo era (between the year of 729 and 749), and after that, Kobo Daishi Kukai built a Bosatsu-do Hall, so this is a temple attached to Inou Shrine which has the history of the syncretism of Shinto and Buddhism. “2 Buddhist God statues (Jikoku-ten, or dhRtaraaSTra, and Tamon-ten, or Vaisravana)”, “Yakushinyorai (Bhaisajya-guru) Standing Statue” which are from Fujiwara era and designated as the important cultural property by Japan, and “Wooden Male God Seated Statue” designated as the cultural property by the prefecture are enshrined here.
Ishiyakushi Temple Mie
1, Ishiyakushicho, Suzuka-shi, Mie Google Map
This is a temple that was opened by the priest of Nara period, Taicho, and is also drawn in the prints of Ando Hiroshige's “53 Stages on the Tokaido”. The name of the post town, Ishiyakushi-Juku was derived from this temple. The principal object of worship is Yakushi Nyorai Statue which was curved by Kobo Daishi himself, and it is unveiled on December 20th every year when the cleaning of the soot takes place. In the precinct, the monuments engraved with wakas by Matsuo Basho and the Reverend Ikkyu were also built.
Suzuka Flower Park Mie
1690-1, Kasadocho, Suzuka, Mie Google Map
This is a park with seasonal flowers in vivid colors, equipped with facilities such as a fountain, a flower hill, a cheery square and a square for open-air tea ceremony, and a large complex playground with 24 kinds of playground equipment such as a roller slide, a mountain road and a net dome, and is crowded with many people.
Shiroko Morning Market
Shiroko Morning Market Mie
3179 Ejimahonmachi, Suzuka, Mie Google Map
At a corner of the space in front of Ejima Wakamiya Hachiman Shrine located along the coast of Shiroko, the morning market is held on the days with “1” and “6” every month. It is full of various stalls selling not only fruits, vegetables and fresh fish, but also the household products and clothing and is crowded with people buying the fresh products from 8:00 in the morning until noon.
Nagoya City Science Museum Aichi
17-1, Sakae 2-chome, Naka-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Google Map
Do you know the Nagoya City Science Museum with the largest planetarium in the world which was recognized in the Guinness Book of Records is in Nagoya? A variety of people, not only people who are interested in astronomy but also children who want to better understand what they study in school and couples who visit for the famous planetarium, utilize this facility.
Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium Aichi
1-3 Minato-Machi, Minato-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Google Map
Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium is the place you can get to know the ecology and evolution of various creatures that live in the oceans of the world. From breeding exhibition of a wide variety of creatures and events such as the dolphin performance, to the daily research studies, you can learn and experience the mystery of life and the dynamism with your own body.
Yunoyama Hot Spring
Yunoyama Hot Spring Mie
8522 Komono, Komono-cho, Mie-gun, Mie Google Map
It is the hot springs site with the history of 1300 years since its opening. Located at the foot of Mt. Gozaisho and in the Suzuka Quasi-National Park, the hot springs town will let you forget the hustle and bustle of the city. The hot springs town at night lit by light has its own taste. Direct highway buses are available from the Meitetsu Bus Center and it is accessible in one hour from Nagoya.
no image Photo credit: TCMIT
Toyota Commemorative Museum and Technology Aichi
1-35, Noritake Shinmachi 4-chome, Nishi-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Google Map
This museum was founded preserving and utilizing remaining old weaving plant as an industrial heritage on TOYOTA group birth place. Mainly on textile machineries and automobiles, there are many exhibitions and we intelligibly introduce dynamic displays of original equipment and actual demonstrations by operators.
Suzuki plaza Shizuoka
1301, Zoracho, Minami Ward, Hamamatsu, Shizuoka Google Map
Yamaha Communication Plaza Shizuoka
2500, Shingai, Iwata-shi, Shizuoka Google Map
You can see many old cars that have built a history of Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd., marine products such as sailing boats, and other products in various fields such as industrial robots. You can also enjoy the special exhibitions anytime you go. Recently this has been popular among foreign travelers.
AEON MALL Tokoname Aichi
2-20-3, Rinkucho, Tokoname-shi, Aichi Google Map

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