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Momosuke Bridge, Nagiso-machi

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  • We went over the bridge because it was at the end of August, weather permitting. South Kiso may walked over several times from the station, walk about 10 minutes away. We went by car, Highway 19, went from tsumago front bridge of bridge and parking, we walked from there. According to the description plate next to the bridge, Japan's largest wooden suspension bridge as a cultural property of the country specified in is. 0/1922-line is hung to the bridge, seems built to carry 12 years reading power station construction materials. White stone of the Kiso River seen from the bridge over the River was very nice. It was so beautiful scenery of the mountain seen from there. It is to park in the middle of the bridge girder under. South Kiso to come in when I went.
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  • There is parking close to the bridge over the mitome cortex Ohashi Highway 19, then turn right, follow the road and Park. You can walk across the bridge. Is also out to the river pier in the stairs. I said that this bridge was built for downstream reading power station construction. The origin of the name comes from momosuke Fukuzawa said. Fukuzawa Yukichi's son-in-law taken into family is like. Launched power projects in various locations, and businessman, he said. This bridge was built in what might be. This bridge is a suspension bridge built in 1922 (0/1922), made of concrete piers and through it in the wire, wooden truss girder's. Piers still remain rail probably had carried construction materials, etc. In addition, momosuke Fukuzawa Hall on the road coming to the bridge, and the South is also the historic home of Kiso mountain modern architecture. However, I did not during the evening was.
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  • After walking around visited the tsumago-Juku. It is recommended that close, so come take a look at. Stopped the car turn left just ago the bridge over the River, which seemed to be free parking places, and pictures I took. Just across the bridge to local high school students came here and faced was greeted cheerfully. It also included a memorable scenery.
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