Talk:Kashiwara, Osaka

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Ok, first post so apologies for any mistakes. I wish to edit the Kashiwara page as i am a resident and have been for two years. This is a notice of intent as soon as i get to grips with the editing system. Kashiwara is famous for its grapes and its wines. It also has the largest Kawachiondo dance festival. 11 Train stations and multiple districts, historical sites, caves and includes the most polluted river in Japan (Yamatogawa). I will seek to verify all information before putting the page together. Kasei Wakasa 14:40, 19 December 2006 (UTC)