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落合上渡
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大阪市の公営渡船8航路の1つ、木津川水門(緑)の少し下流にある「落合上(おちあいかみ)渡船場」。季節と天気が良い時の渡し舟は非常に気持がいいです。渡船の大阪市公式サイトはこちら

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送信日: 01/02/2012
更新日: 25/06/2014
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