Furobashi Bridge

不老橋

Information

Address
3 Wakauranaka, Wakayama City
Access
Right beside Furobashi bus stop
Website
http://www.wakayamakanko.com/eng/sightseeing/history5.html

This bridge, at the time of the Waka Festival which was a Toshogu festival that honoured Ieyasu Tokugawa, was built on the Onarimichi which was a path that the Tokugawa clan and people connected to Toshogu used in order to get to the lodge.

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This is also where you’ll find the famous Furobashi Bridge, a beautiful arched stone bridge built in the 1850s, as well as numerous shrines and temples.

”MY SECRET WAKAYAMA CITY GUIDE – JAPAN OFF THE BEATEN PATH”

Furobashi Bridge

 

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