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A sport of Scotland

by Toshiki Nonaka
(Japan)

Scotland is one of the most famous places thought as the birthplace of golf. St. Andrews in Scotland is yearned for by golfers all over the world. The Open Championship, the oldest of golf's four major championships, takes place there every five years.

Speaking of golf, the IOC (International Olympic Committee) decided to reopen this sport for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. I want Ryo Ishikawa to do his best and get a gold medal there.

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    Aug 11, 19 07:59 AM

    I wish to stay in a mountain hut (there's space at Ganso Muro) after climbing to the summit. Would it be permissible to descend the ascending Yoshida

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    Aug 06, 19 12:53 AM

    Hi Gary, my name is Kristin and I came across your blog while researching hiking Mt. Akadake. I will be in Japan in a few weeks for work and would like

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  3. Is it possible to sleep outside the Mt. Fuji mountain huts with a sleeping bag?

    Aug 05, 19 07:23 AM

    Hi, I am planning to climb Mt Fuji next weekend on Saturday using the Subashiri trail. It is very last minute and all the mountain huts are booked up.

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