Tokyo infrastructure 044 Katsushika harp bridge

  • Tokyo infrastructure 044 Katsushika harp bridge
  • Tokyo infrastructure 044 Katsushika harp bridge
  • Tokyo infrastructure 044 Katsushika harp bridge
  • Tokyo infrastructure 044 Katsushika harp bridge
  • Tokyo infrastructure 044 Katsushika harp bridge
Currently divided into Arakawa, Nakagawa was the mainstream of the Tone River and Arakawa before the Tone Rive […] ...

TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 084 Outer Moat

  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 084 Outer Moat
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 084 Outer Moat
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 084 Outer Moat
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 084 Outer Moat
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 084 Outer Moat
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 084 Outer Moat
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 084 Outer Moat
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 084 Outer Moat
皇居(江戸城)を中心に環状に広がる、かつての江戸の防衛線。濠に張られた水面と、見附での往来の制限によって、都市の重要な境界線となっていた。江戸時代には、江戸の地理を認識するための、重要な目印だったと考えられる。今でいうと […] ...

TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 026 Kanda River

  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 026 Kanda River
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 026 Kanda River
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 026 Kanda River
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 026 Kanda River
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 026 Kanda River
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 026 Kanda River
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 026 Kanda River
井之頭池を水源とし、武蔵野台地を横断する都市河川。この川も利根川と同じく、家康が江戸に入る前は東京湾(日比谷入江)に注ぎ出ていたのを ━当時は平川とよばれていた━、<外科手術>を経て、隅田川に合流するよう付け替えられた。 […] ...

TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 088 The Inner Moat

  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 088 The Inner Moat
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 088 The Inner Moat
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 088 The Inner Moat
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 088 The Inner Moat
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 088 The Inner Moat
Edo Castle in the Dohkan era was defended by rivers in the south, east and north side from the Hibiya estuary […] ...

TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 033 Ryogoku Bridge

  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 033 Ryogoku Bridge
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 033 Ryogoku Bridge
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 033 Ryogoku Bridge
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 033 Ryogoku Bridge
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 033 Ryogoku Bridge
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 033 Ryogoku Bridge
かつて武蔵国と下総国の「両国」を結び、「日本大橋盡」の番付では行司役を担った名橋。17世紀の架設以降、江戸下町のシンボルとして親しまれ、川開きの花火も行われるなど、庶民とともに歴史を刻んできた。相撲の殿堂・両国国技館も近 […] ...

Tokyo infrastructure 058 Bridges of Tama New Town

  • Tokyo infrastructure 058 Bridges of Tama New Town
  • Tokyo infrastructure 058 Bridges of Tama New Town
  • Tokyo infrastructure 058 Bridges of Tama New Town
  • Tokyo infrastructure 058 Bridges of Tama New Town
  • Tokyo infrastructure 058 Bridges of Tama New Town
It is Japan’s largest new town built in the Tama hills. In planning, we aimed to create a green pedestri […] ...

TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 062 Namamugi Junction

  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 062 Namamugi Junction
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 062 Namamugi Junction
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 062 Namamugi Junction
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 062 Namamugi Junction
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 062 Namamugi Junction
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 062 Namamugi Junction
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 062 Namamugi Junction
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 062 Namamugi Junction
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 062 Namamugi Junction
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 062 Namamugi Junction
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 062 Namamugi Junction
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 062 Namamugi Junction
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 062 Namamugi Junction
首都高は、開通からまもない1968年にはすでに川崎・横浜まで延伸し、以来、東京だけでなく首都圏の<大動脈>として機能し続けている。1990年代までには湾岸線が横浜まで開通し、東京と横浜が一本線ではなく、複数の線で結ばれ、 […] ...

TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 063 Keihin & Keiyo Industrial Area

  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 063 Keihin & Keiyo Industrial Area
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 063 Keihin & Keiyo Industrial Area
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 063 Keihin & Keiyo Industrial Area
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 063 Keihin & Keiyo Industrial Area
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 063 Keihin & Keiyo Industrial Area
The organs consisting of two leaves -right and left- in Tokyo Bay. It is the largest in that plays diverse fun […] ...

TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 034 Tokyo SKYTREE

  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 034 Tokyo SKYTREE
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 034 Tokyo SKYTREE
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 034 Tokyo SKYTREE
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 034 Tokyo SKYTREE
In modern Tokyo, there were three towers symbolizing the times. Ryounkaku (1890), Tokyo Tower (1958), Tokyo Sk […] ...

TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 031 Akihabara

  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 031 Akihabara
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 031 Akihabara
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 031 Akihabara
  • TOKYO INFRASTRUCTURE 031 Akihabara
A town where the two elevated railroads of north-south and east-west intersect. Originally the North-South Rai […] ...
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