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Under pylon on the mountaiside
Tama

In this area, there are many pylons for electric lines because there is a substation, [Shin-tama substation], is located nearby. Trails are maintained to access there, so we can relatively easily get to there. Sometimes, we can enjoy a wonderful view under the pylons. In the day I went to this pylon, unfortunately, I cannot see distant city.

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