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Megane Bridge, Isahaya

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  • This is glasses bridge "of Isahaya", not of Nagasaki which is the famous one. The one of Isahaya is not so popular sightseeing spot but beautiful in spring because many floweres (called "Tsutsuzi") ar...  more »
  • Isahaya was known as a town with no bridge as many wood bridges were all distroyed by raging water of the river running in the town and a feudal lord ordered to construct a stone bridge then it surviv...  more »
  • I think the fun is to search for the heart shape stone with your lover. It's quite exciting when you both spotted it together.  more »
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  • Great place for hang outs
  • Transferred and not taken on the River, but worth looking at and. I feel the history.
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  • From the honmyo River was moved to Isahaya Park. As stone's country specification important cultural property of Japan's first.
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  • Nice location, great Megane bridge. Has been healed.
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  • We are proud of the Isahaya city. If possible, please climb to the Summit. History is irresistible.
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