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安治トンネル Azigawa tunnel Osaka Japan

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道の突き当たりの建物、テレビには見たけど、ただの建物ではなくて、川の向こう側に行く、生活する人のためのトンネルがあるんです。

建物の入り口はエレベーターになっていて、歩く人や自転車の人が乗って下に降ります。下に降りるとトンネルがあって、約2メートル程でしょうか?、歩いて突き当たり迄行くと、また別のエレベーターがあります。それで上がるともう向こう岸に着いています。

そこに住んでいる人にしたら当たり前の感じなんですが、田舎者で山暮らしの私は川を渡るトンネルってかなり珍しいので写真を撮りました。



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