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Munakata's Oshima:A Small Journey by Sea

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With its magnificent scenery, long history, and abundant seafood, Fukuoka Prefecture's largest island, Oshima Island, is steeped in charm and is only a 25 minute boat ride from the Konominato Ferry Terminal in Munakata. Come along on a relaxing tour of the island!
http://www.munakataoshima.com/

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