Meiji Bashi Bridge

Location:1-1-12 Furu-machi, Yawatahama, Ehime, Japan

Contact:八幡浜市役所建設課(TEL:0894-22-3111)

Meiji-bashi across over Senjo River, the oldest arch-shaped concrete bridge used today, was recognized as a civil engineering work heritage by Japan Society of Civil Engineers in 2010. Chuhachi Ninomiya, a local aviation pioneer, flew kites at the foot of the bridge and sold them to assist family finances.

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posted on March 20, 2018

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