Momosuke Bridge, Nagiso-machi

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  • This suspension bridge is made of wood - apart from the concrete towers which hold it up. There is s nice circular walk from the railway station across the bridge and back around into the centre of...  more »
  • If you are early for your train this round trip of about 20mins to the bridge plus time for photos is worth the effort. Very picturesque and a little park at the end if you have time.  more »
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  • Oldest wooden suspension bridge in Japan, built in 1922. Pretty close to the train station (follow the road in the river upstream direction, there is a big sign where you need to turn left to reach the bridge). A good place to visit if you need to wait for a train.
  • One of the biggest wooden suspension bridges in Japan. Constructed by Mr. Momosuke Fukuzawa, nicknamed 'The King of Electrical Power' for being the first Japanese to introduce hydroelectric power to the country.

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