[ASMR Binaural Sound] Kanezaki fishing port

Recorded in a fishing port in the middle of the night snowy Kanezaki. Kanezaki fishing port is a fishing port, which boasts one of the high landings Fukuoka with the rich fishing grounds around. Tsushima Current flows in particular, rich and tasty fish Genkai known as one of the world's leading fisheries are caught throughout the year.

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