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Thursday April 17th 2014

6 Bridges to Japan

Bridges provide amazing inspiration for photography. So I made a list of six top bridges in Japan that recently piqued my interest and curiosity.

This one is breathtaking! I think I would need to hold my nerves to make it across! Its an amazing crossing by El Fotopakismo.

Red Bridge
Red Bridge

Look at number 2! When this bridge was built, it was for the exclusive use of samurai – no arguing with them on this bridge for sure! Just amazing – by Kamoda.

Nishikigawa in Iwakuni
Nishikigawa in Iwakuni

Number 3 is the longest suspension bridge in the world. Opened in 1998, it is also the world’s tallest bridge. You wouldnt want to be walking across!!

Akashi Kaikyo Bridge by Kamoda
Akashi Kaikyo Bridge by Kamoda

Number 4 is the Rainbow Bridge. And at night with these lights, it lives up to its name. Thanks to the Lopes Family for this one.

Rainbow Bridge in Tokyo by the Lopes Family
Rainbow Bridge in Tokyo by the Lopes Family

Number 5 is the Olympic Bridge in Shibuya – look carefully for the full picture. It tells a great story from 1964.
Thanks Shibuya246.

Shibuya - Bridge reminding us of 1964 Olympics
Shibuya - Bridge reminding us of 1964 Olympics

Number 6 is tradition in itself – a bridge surrounded by cherry blossoms and Himeiji Castle. Thanks to ajpr2! Its a perfect shot!

Historical Bridges - Japan
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