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Yumemi Bridge (夢見橋)

Bridge

This wooden bridge is located behind the Nichinan City Tourist Information building. Made of Obi stone and 120-year-old Obi cedar, the bridge was built utilizing traditional construction methods and wood joinery, and uses no nails, screws, or other metal connecting pieces whatsoever. The gently curving roof struts were created using a technique called bent wood which utilizes the distinctive flexibility and resilience of Obi cedar. The bridge was made using the Gerber system of bridge construction, which involved sticking out beams from both banks, placing weight stones on them to stabilize them, and linking them with additional beams in the center. The area around the bridge has been paved with red brick, while wooden decks have been built on the dikes of the Horikawa Canal, and the spot is a place for local residents to rest and relax.

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Miyazaki Nichinan-shi Sonoda 3-3-31 (NichinanArea)

phone 0987311134

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Details

Address
Miyazaki Nichinan-shi Sonoda 3-3-31 [map]
Area
NichinanArea
Phone
0987311134
Parking Lot
Available(15spaces)
Credit Card
Not available
Smoking
Not available
Wi-Fi
Not available
Can be enjoyed even on a rainy day
Yes
Estimated stay time
0-120 minutes
Wheelchair accessible
Available
Infant friendly
Available
Pet friendly
Available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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