Founded on April 1, 1956, Daitō is a city located in Osaka Prefecture, in Japan. The city is crossed by the Katamachi Line, a railway line operated by JR West (West Japan Railway Company), connecting Kizu Station in Kyoto Prefecture and Kyōbashi Station in Osaka.

The photo was shot not very far from the Suminodo Railway Station (Daitō  is deserved by three stations: Suminodo, Nozaki, Shijōnawate).

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In Daitō, a young woman climbs the access ramp allowing pedestrians and cyclists to cross the bridge spanning the Onji River.
An access ramp allows pedestrians and cyclists to use the footbridge spanning the Onji River.

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Canon 77D, Canon 35mm f/2 IS – ISO 3200, 1/100 sec at f/2,8 – May 16, 2019

Google Street View, footbridge above the Onji river

A footbridge allows pedestrians and cyclists to cross the Onji River. The young woman on the photo was walking few meters further than the man on the Google Street View image.

The footbridge is located right away below the railway bridge.

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