MeijiShowa — historical images of Japan between the 1860s and 1930s all imagesphotographyart & printsmapscalendar [ ? ] view cart (0)

140301-0022 - Ochanomizu-bashi Bridge


Tokyo Meiji 1900s Unknown

The Ochanomizu-bashi Bridge (御茶ノ水橋) in what is now Chiyoda-ku and Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo.

Built in 1891 (Meiji 24), the bridge crossed the Kandagawa River (神田川). The 15 meter long bridge was Japan’s first steel bridge designed by a Japanese engineer.

It was destroyed in the Great Kanto Earthquake (Kanto Daishinsai) of September 1, 1923 (Taisho 12).

Kjeld Duits Collection
Find similar:
Kandagawa, Ochanomizu-bashi, Tokyo, bridges, engineering, railways, rivers, steel bridges, streetcars, transportation
1 Year License Editorial Advertising Packaging
Small (Web)
USD 45.00 USD 89.00 USD 115.00
Medium (B6)
USD 110.00 USD 140.00 USD 160.00
Large (A4)
USD 140.00 USD 170.00 USD 185.00
Larger sizes available. Contact Us!