Manhole Covers in Shizuoka Prefecture 28: Iwata City & Fukuroi City

Yesterday as I had to go there for many reasons I took plenty of pictures in Iwata City and Fukuroi City which are neighbors in Wsetern Shizuoka Prefecture!

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These colored dragonfly manhole covers are found only south of Iwata JR station. Unfortunately this was the only one still unscathed so hurry up!

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The uncolored dragonfly, the symbol of Iwata City, come in different types and sizes.
The above is the largest type!

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Medium-sized dragonfly cover!

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Small-sized dragonfly cover!

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Different type of a small-sized dragonfly cover!

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Iwata Firefighters are fans of the Iwata Jubilo Soccer Team!

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Older firetruck type cover!

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The same with a yellow circle painted around for easier access to the fire hydrant at night!

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A great geometrical design for a fire hydrant manhole cover!

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A sewer-type manhole cover!

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A municipal Iwata City sewer manhole cover!

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A rectangular fire hydrant cover!

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A common fire hydrant type found everywhere in Japan but with the Iwata City motif!

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A very ancient fire hydrant manhole cover in Iwata City!

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An unusually uncolored gas valve pit cover in Iwata Cuty!

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An unusually large water valve pit in Iwata City!

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The same as above but of a more usual and smaller type!

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The same but with a Japanese inscription signifying “locked left”!

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Strictly not a manhole cover but a beautifully decorated sewer cover!

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The same with symbol flower of Iwata CIty!

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Fukuroi City manhole cover!
I couldn’t find the colored one!

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The same in a smaller type!

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I found by chance this manhole cover before the road was laid down!

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Another fine geometrically designed fire hydrant manhole cover!

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Again but without the colors!

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A similar but more ancient type!

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An old type, probably a sewer manhole cover!

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Rectangular fire hydrant access with the Fukuroi City motif!

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An older fire hydrant access type with the Fukuroi City motif!

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Still another type found elsewhre but with the Fukuroi City motif!

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Same in blue but for pressurized air access!

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Strictly not a manhole cover but a fine sewer cover!

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Blue valve pit with the Fukuroi City motif!

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Another water valve pit with the Fukuroi City motif!

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A very large rectangular manhole cover used by Shizuoka prefecture!

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Related with traffic information!

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