Tsujunkyo Bridge

– A continuation of the last story –
After leaving Heitate Shrine I visited Tsujunkyo Bridge.  Both are located in Yamato-cho.
Tsujunkyo Bridge is Japan’s largest stone-arch aqueduct bridge, which was built in 1854 for water supply to local farmers. For more information  please click Japan Web Magazine.

通潤橋

Fancy meeting Kumamon there!
矢部のくまモン

Fortunately, I was able to see the waterfall which is a rare occurrence.

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