The Walking Man – Higashiosaka, Japan

Higashiosaka – literally “East Osaka City” – is a city located in Osaka Prefecture, Japan. It was formed in 1967 by the merger of the three towns of Fuse, Kawachi, and Hiraoka. It is served by two train stations, Tokuan and Kōnoikeshinden, on the Katamachi Line, a railway line operated by JR West (West Japan Railway Company),

The Katamachi line is connecting Kizu Station in Kyoto Prefecture and Kyōbashi Station in Osaka. Tokuan is only three stations away from Kyōbashi, one of Osaka’s major corporate, with many bars, and not far from Osaka Castle. Kyōbashi station is connecting the Osaka Loop Line and the Keihan Main Line.

The Walking Man

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Flowers and shadow in Higashiosaka, Japan, May 21, 2019
Higashiosaka, Japan


Canon 77D, Canon 35mm f/2 IS – ISO 400, 1/640 sec at f/8 – May 21, 2019

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The photo was shot not far from the Tokuan Railway Station.

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Japanese Lanterns by night in Osaka, Japan, July 10, 2018 - Canon 77D, 35mm f/2 IS
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Bicycle wheels and manhole covers with crosswalk in Tokyo, Japan.
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