Eitai-bashi Bridge

Eitai-bashi Bridge

Symbol of earthquake disaster revival that vivid inexperienced light-up is impressive

Eitai-bashi Bridge is famous as the bridge Ako-roshi once crossed over and is now where portable shrines are carried over in line at the Fukagawa Hachiman Festival. The current bridge was built in 1926 as the first earthquake reconstruction project and is a simple, massive, arch-shaped bridge. On Jun. 18, 2007, it was designated as a National Important Cultural Property along with Kiyosubashi Bridge. The bridge is illuminated in a radiant blue color until 10 p.m.

Address 1, Eitai, Koutou-ku - Chuo-ku
Access Toei Oedo Line, Tokyo Metro Tozai Line "Monzen-Nakacho Station" Exit 4 8-minute walk
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