| Furumachibashi Bridge (古町橋) spanning the Nakashimagawa River (中島川) in front of Koyosan Koeiji temple (光永寺) in Nagasaki. Yukichi Fukuzawa (福澤諭吉, 1835–1901), founder of Keio University, stayed at this temple in 1854 while briefly studying in Nagasaki.
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