September 9, 2009


Kachidoki-bashi (Kachidoki bridge) is a bridge across sumida-gawa (sumida river).
The bridge was built 1940 as moveable bridge (double leaf bascule bridge).
But the bridge has never raised leaves since 1970.

These photos were taken on August 26 , 2009.


Vogon Poet said...

Very nice bridge, but I am now curious about why they don't open it anymore.

Hilda said...

I have the same question as Vogon Poet. Ships don't pass the river anymore? It has a very graceful arch, but I still love your old stone bridges much better!

Cezar and Léia said...

This bridge is outstanding and I liked the composition of the second shot with beautiful flowers!
Great job!

amatamari© said...

Beautiful photographs!

I'm also curious ...

nobu said...

Thanks for your comments!

I suppose the taffic on the bridge is busy with car, so it is difficult to raise leaves.

Field of View said...

Beautiful bridge...thanks for sharing.

: )

Anonymous said...

I am a passanger here, I have read an article that it doesn't open any more because of increas of cars... all should be happy although it is an old question.

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