うと・うき・みさとスマートガイド
Uto Uki Misato Smart Guide
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10.Reidaikyo Bridge
■Commentary
Built in 1847 above the main current of the Midori River, the Reidaikyo Bridge prides itself on being Japan’s largest single-arch stone bridge of the Edo period.<br> Up until 1966, when an iron bridge was constructed adjacent to it on the upstream side of the Midori River, the Reidaikyo Bridge was used as a bridge that even cars could cross on. Even now, more than 160 years after its completion, the bridge keeps its majestic form undisturbed and overwhelms lookers with its physical presence.<br> Apart from the Reidaikyo Bridge, Misato Town has many other stone bridges, a large number of which are in areas away from the national routes and prefectural roads. Each of these bridges has been cared for by the locals, and they are all important cultural assets.
■ information
inquiry
Misato Town Society & Education Department
address
Toyotomi・Kiyomizu Misato town Shimomashiki gun
tel
0964-46-2038
Regular holiday
N
fee
N
parking
Y (20 cars)
URL
https://www.town.kumamoto-misato.lg.jp/q/list/72.html
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