Tsujunkyo Bridge

Travel Guide - Tsujunkyo Bridge

Information

Tsujunkyo Bridge, constructed in 1854, is Japan's largest stone-arch aqueduct bridge, 75.6 meters in length and 20.2 meters in height.
Visitors can witness a dynamic discharge of water with tranquil countryside as a backdrop.
(At noon on weekends or holidays.
No discharge in winter.)

There is also the museum of Tsujunkyo Bridge near here.

Opening Hours

  • Open 24 hours
  • Museum: 10:00 - 16:00

Closed

  • No closing days
  • Museum: December 29 - January 3

Access / Public Transport

  • 100 minutes from Karashimacho Station on the Kumamoto City Tram by the bus bound for Yabe. Get off at Hamacho Bus stop.

Address / Location

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Tweets

TABIKURU_Global @tabikuru_global - 2021-04-16
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HA @hirocoronta - 2020-07-22
Japan’s Tsujunkyo Bridge releases water for 1st time in 4 years - The Japan News https://t.co/t8RsNDyVYv
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Birgitte Johnsen @IamBirgitte - 2019-10-03
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クック@ちゃりばーのマスター @Cucu_Patrick - 2018-08-07
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Kumamoto-i @Kumamotoi - 2016-12-09
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