Former Danjobashi Bridge
Tokyo oldest iron bridge appointed to important cultural property of country
On Tokyo oldest iron bridge produced in official in charge of building Akabane-saving laboratory in 1878 by (1878), request of Tokyo prefecture, it is important cultural property of country. Originally, it was built in Chuo-ku but was moved to the east side of Tomioka Hachimangu Shrine after the Great Kanto Earthquake and renamed the Hachiman Bridge. It is a small bridge, 15.2 m long and 2 m wide. However, it has the distinctive presence of an early Meiji bridge with a chrysanthemum crest and is precious in terms of bridge history.
|Address||1-19 to 2-7 Tomioka, Koto-ku (within Hachimanbori promenade)|
|Access||Toei Oedo Line, Tokyo Metro Tozai Line "Monzen-Nakacho Station" Exit 1 5-minute walk|