Uji Bashi Bridge

Uji bashi Bridge was first built in year 646, and is one of Japan's 3 oldest bridges. The current bridge was rebuilt in 1996 and is 155.4m long. It is said that Toyotomi Hideyoshi drew water from this area to use for tea ceremonies, and the view from the bridge is spectacular.

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京都府宇治市

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