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Here’s an abandoned route just begging for exploration. If only I could remember where I saw this. In all likelihood this road once served a mountain farm. The farm may have been green tea, oranges (mikan), wasabi or simply kitchen vegetables. If we could explore here we would most likely discover one or more dilapidated farm buildings, perhaps a couple of “putt putt” tram lines and/or overhead ropeway systems as well as the rewilded remains of what may have once been productive crops. If the farm is very old we might even find several hand-placed stone retaining walls which would have defined and held up the land to form terraces for either rice paddies or farm terraces.
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