New research finds the glass dome of a Japanese castle may hold more water than the average person’s head.

The glass dome, a large glass dome that measures about 60 feet in diameter and rises almost 20 feet into the air, is the largest dome in Japan and the tallest structure in Japan.

It was built in 1923 and is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

In 2014, researchers from the University of Tsukuba in Japan conducted a study on water levels inside the glass domes, and they found that the glass was about 50 percent more dense than the normal water.

The researchers also found that a water level inside the dome increased by about 1.6 feet in a day.

They think the dome is actually more like a waterfall than a dome.

Water inside a dome has a higher density than water outside of it.

This water, however, is more than the amount of water inside a person’s body, according to the researchers.

This is because water inside the domes is heavier than water inside people’s bodies, meaning it is much more dense.

The research team also found water inside other domes around the world.

The domes are usually used to control rainwater from trees and other vegetation in the region.

But the researchers also saw water inside one of the domas.

They speculate that it may be because the doms are filled with sand and gravel.

This may make it easier for water to get into the dome.

The dome also holds about 2,500 gallons of water, which is about 1,800 times the average volume of water a person would get in a typical month.

The glass domas are usually built over centuries.

Some domes also have a built-in reservoir of water that people use to cool themselves when they aren’t inside.

The researcher is hoping that their research will help make a more permanent dome for the people of the region to use.

The Glass Dome of the World, which stands on the shores of the Sea of Japan, is a national park in Japan that contains the largest glass dome in the world, according the Guinness Book of World Records.