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Yokohama Meiji 1900s Unknown
View of Sengenzaka From Maedabashi Bridge in Motomachi, Yokohama Kanagawa Prefecture. Maedabashi was designed by Tetsuo Tsuchida in 1890 (Meiji 23). The original Maedabashi was made of wood and built when the Horikawa canal, separating the foreign settlement from the Japanese section of Yokohama, was dug in 1860. At the back The one hundred steps (Sengenzaka) can be seen, on top of which a famous tea-house was located. It overlooked Yokohama’s business section and harbor and was a popular attraction for both visitors and residents.
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