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Fujikawaguchiko (富士河口湖町, Fujikawaguchiko-machi) is a town located in Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan. As of 1 June 2019, the town had an estimated population of 26,542 in 10618 households, and a population density of 170 persons per km2. The total area of the town is 158.40 square kilometres (61.16 sq mi).


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Kamakura’s Seven Entrances 202074kmsite_ao
Hakone Checkpoint 202041.9kmsite_ao
Saruhashi Bridge 202024.2kmsite_ao
Zeniarai Benten Shrine 202073.8kmsite_ao
Bashamichi Station Concourse 202080kmsite_ao
Wado Ruins 202069kmsite_ao
Harakiri Yagura 202075.5kmsite_ao
Sixteen Wells 202074kmsite_ao
Chichibu Chinsekikan (Hall of Curious Rocks) 202060.7kmsite_ao
Daizenji ‘Grape Temple’ 201917.8kmsite_ao
Yoshiya Nobuko Memorial Museum 201974kmsite_ao
Yakuo-in Temple 201947kmsite_ao
This Japanese Cafe Is Crawling With Barbies 201979.1kmsite_ao
Kawazu Nanadaru Loop Bridge 201880.2kmsite_ao
Yurei Izakaya 201877.9kmsite_ao
The Hydrangea Train 201844.3kmsite_ao
Ice Cave in the Suicide Forest 20178.3kmsite_ao
Inokashira Park Benzaiten Shrine 201877.4kmsite_ao
Gotokuji Temple 201682.4kmsite_ao
A Walk Through Japan’s Historic Architecture 201772.6kmsite_ao
Setagaya Local History Museum 82.2kmsite_brutalism
Dr. Minezaki House (Dragon Fort) 61.8kmsite_brutalism
Inter-University Seminar House 57.2kmsite_brutalism
Japan Lutheran Theological College 73.7kmsite_brutalism
Yamanashi Press and Broadcasting Center (today: Yamanashi Cultural Center) 196125.3kmsite_brutalism
Kanagawa Prefectural Youth Center 79kmsite_brutalism
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