August 28, 2009


wadakura bridge and the moat
wadakura bridge and the moat
wadakura bridge and buildings of marunouchi district
Wadakura-bashi ( Wadakura bridge ) is a bridge which is over a moat of former edo castle.
Original bridge was damaged by the great kanto earthquake (1923).
Current bridge was rebuilt in 1972.
Foundation of the bridge was built with reinforced concrete.
But I like this wooden railing.

These photos were taken on August 26 , 2009.


Leif Hagen said...

I really like the bridge photo! Genki de ne!

Malyss said...

The last picture is very inspiring..Lost time travelers arrive to a gate; They are still in old times, and suddenly, on the other side , they see the future, made of a lot of very tall buildings.Will they cross the wall of time to get there, or stay where they are?....

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Hilda said...

I like it too. It's beautiful and looks like an original part of the castle.

amatamari© said...

The first photograph expresses very well the beauty of the place!
Wonderful series!

Cezar and Léia said...

Beautiful pictures!I loved the last one with great composition, the couple run in a rainy day!

Vogon Poet said...

Beautiful photos, my favorite is the first image with the reflection in the water of the moat.

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