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- Last-minute vacation rental listings. All properties available in the next two weeks. Browse listings on a Google Map.
- A stylish-looking interactive Google map showing over 120 of Japan's original, rebuilt & ruined castles. Plenty of features, overlays, etc.
- A local search mashup using your IP address to attempt to fix your position. Includes info about your IP address.
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