The Furthest Downstream Bridge on the Sumida River and Lit Beautifully at Night
Kachidoki Bridge connects Tsukiji and Tsukishima, and it spans a total length of 246 meters.
Finished in 1940, Kachidoki Bridge used to open 5 times a day during its time as a drawbridge. However, it is no longer in use as a drawbridge, and instead serves as a standard bridge.
The bridge is lit up from sunset until 10pm, giving it a spectacular atmosphere.
Take some pictures of Tokyo’s beautiful night views!
Designated as an Important Cultural Property of Japan.
Lit up at night.
白天可以在橋那邊四處走走 晚上吃完晚餐 還可以和家人一起一邊散步一邊欣賞夜景 拍照留念
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- Harumi-Dori Ave., located between 1 Kachidoki and 6 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
(1) A 5-minute walk from the Toei Oedo Line’s Kachidoki Station
(2) A 10-minute walk from the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line’s Tsukiji Station