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Ochiaikami river ferry and Kizugawa river floodgate
Japan

It's Osaka city public ferry boat across Kizugawai river. There are eight lines in South-east Osaka (and these are all free). Official site is here (in Japanese, unfortunately).

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Uploaded: 01/02/2012
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