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Kani Doraku crab restaurant
Japan

とーれとれぴーちぴち、かにりょおりー」(うた:デューク・エイセス、曲:キダ・タロー、詞:伊野上のぼる)で有名な「かに道楽道頓堀本店」の巨大カニ看板。本当はカニ足がわくわく動いてるのですが、節電中で止ってました(だからブレずに撮れたんだけど)。背後の「サミー戎プラザ」跡がうら寂しい。

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Resolution: 9564x4782
送信日: 05/12/2011
更新日: 25/06/2014
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Tags: night; street; dotonbori; osaka; japan; crab; starbucks; kimura kaela
  • www.sensationcaviar over 1 year ago
    Congratulations!!! So well deserved!
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