Kachidoki Bridge

Kachidoki Bridge was built in 1940. It is a double-leaf bascule bridge that is 246 meters long and about 26 meters wide.
At the time of its completion, it was called the best movable bride in Asia. In 2007, it was designated as an important cultural heritage of Japan.
Initially, it operated five times a day, but its operations ended in November 1970.