Ochanomizu and Hijiri-bashi Bridge
B33 OCHIYANOMIZU, TOKYO
[ID] 4196กกกก( ID:4196 )
[Photographer] A. Farsari
[Album] A. Farsari (album 1)
[Place] Tokyo
[Date] unknown
[Color] color
[Size] 260x200
[Cabinet] 81-14-0
[Keyword] bridge/river

Ochanomizu Bridge and Nikolai-do, both built in 1891, viewed from Juntendo Hospital. On the left (north) and right side of the artificial Kanda River are Yushima-dai and Suruga-dai, respectively. Ochanomizu Bridge was the first bridge constructed to provide access to the elevated land, which had been built for the protection of Edo. Even though the river was artificial, this area was renowned for its scenic beauty, and visitors enjoyed fireflies and Japanese cuckoos. Taken between 1892 and 1897.