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Mannenbashi Bridge

New Landmark which colors night of Fukagawa

Mannenbashi Bridge spans the Onagigawa River where it flows into the Sumidagawa River, and in the Edo era was renowned as a location for gaining clear views of Mt. Fuji. It has been depicted in various artworks, including Hokusai’s ‘Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji’ and Hiroshige’s ‘One Hundred Famous Views of Edo’. The present bridge was completed in 1930 (the 5th year of the Showa era). Illuminations on the bridge started in 2009 (the 21st year of the Heisei era), and since then it has decorated nights on the Fukagawa River as a new landmark.

Address 1, Tokiwa, Koutou-ku - 1, Kiyosumi
Access Toei Oedo Line, Toei Shinjuku Line "Morishita Station" Exit A1 6-minute walk
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