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Yanagi Bridge

| Connects 2 Higashinihonbashi and 1 Yanagibashi, Taito 111-0052, Tokyo Prefecture
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Yanagi bridge @ Asakusabashi

Yanagi bridge is located in Asakusabashi on Kanda river close by the Ryogoku bridge over Sumida... read more

Reviewed 15 April 2018
Joy_Sinha
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Kolkata (Calcutta), India
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Asakusabashi area along Kanda River

On the Kanda riverside many ship houses called Funayado operate fleets of (Yakatabune). This area... read more

Reviewed 24 March 2018
shopping74
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Tokyo
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15 Apr 2018
“Yanagi bridge @ Asakusabashi”
23 Mar 2018
“Asakusabashi area along Kanda River”
Suggested Duration: < 1 hour
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| Connects 2 Higashinihonbashi and 1 Yanagibashi, Taito 111-0052, Tokyo Prefecture
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Reviewed 15 April 2018 via mobile

Yanagi bridge is located in Asakusabashi on Kanda river close by the Ryogoku bridge over Sumida river. The bridge name means willow bridge. Its a historical site and depicted in many Japanese paintings. Its at a walking distance from Asakusabashi station towards Ryogoku. A number...More

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Reviewed 24 March 2018

On the Kanda riverside many ship houses called Funayado operate fleets of (Yakatabune). This area is downtown Tokyo waterfront. In this area around Asakusabashi station, many interesting shops particularly Japanese doll stores catch visitor's eyes. Some funayado offers tempura on excursion by a shipboard. Also...More

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Reviewed 18 December 2016 via mobile

Yanagibashi is a small bridge in Asakusabashi. Lighted up at night, it's very photogenic. 柳橋は神田川に架かる小さな橋。周りには屋形船の船宿も多く、夜はライトアップされていて隅田川側から見ると素敵ですよ 。

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Reviewed 2 February 2016

Yanagibashi means “willow bridge.” This bridge was originally built in 1698 as the last bridge over Kanda-gawa River, just before joining Sumida-gawa River. The area north of the bridge along Sumida-gawa River is also called Yanagibashi. We saw an old lone yanagi (willow) standing beside...More

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