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Asia




JAPAN

Regions/prefectures from North to South:
(source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prefectures_of_Japan)
Hokkaido Region prefecture:
  Hokkaido  
Tohoku Region prefectures:
Aomori Iwate Miyagi
Akita Yamagata Fukushima
Kanto Region prefectures:
Ibaraki Tochigi Gunma
Saitama Chiba Tokyo
  Kanagawa  
Chubu Region prefectures:
Niigata Toyama Ishikawa
Fukui Yamanashi Nagano
Gifu Shizuoka Aichi
Kansai Region prefectures:
Mie Shiga Kyoto
Osaka Hyogo Nara
  Wakayama  
Chugoku Region prefectures:
Tottori Shimane Okayama
Hiroshima Yamaguchi  
Shikoku Region prefectures:
Tokushima Kagawa Ehime
  Kochi  
Kyushu Region prefectures:
Fukuoka Saga Nagasaki
Kumamoto Oita Miyasaki
Kagoshima Okinawa  

Regions, alphabetically:



Hiroshima prefecture Built: 1999
Tatara Bridge  
Function: Road bridge crossing the Seto Inland Sea
Position: 34º 15' 32.58" N 133º 03' 33.04" E
  Tatara Bridge, Japan click to enlarge!
Photo: Mark Yashinsky. Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.


Osaka prefecture Built: 1982
Yamatogawa Bridge  
Function: Road bridge across Yamato River
Position: 34º 15' 32.58" N 133º 03' 33.04" E
  Yamatogawa Bridge, Osaka click to enlarge!
Photo: Mark Yashinsky. Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

Miho Museum, Shiga prefecture Built: 1997
   
Function: Pedestrian bridge leading to the Miho Museum, designed by I M Pei
Position: 34º 54' 53.45" N 136º 01' 00.71" E
Miho Museum footbridge, Shiga click to enlarge! Miho Museum footbridge, Shiga prefecture
Photo ©: Eva Ohlsson, 2015
 
Links regarding Miho Museum: http://www.miho.or.jp/english/ ;
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miho_Museum
 

Shiga prefecture Built: 2008
Ohmi-Ohdori Bridge  
Function: Road bridge on Shinmeishin Expressway across the Diado River
Position: 34º 56' 28.08" N 136º 01' 55.05" E
  Ohmi-Ohdori Bridge, Shiga prefecture, Japan click to enlarge!
Photo ©: Eva Ohlsson, 2015

 

KANTO REGION

Tokyo prefecture Built: 1993
Chuo-Ohashi Bridge  
Function: Road bridge across Sumida River
Position: 35º 40' 19.35" N 139º 47' 03.34" E
Chuo-Ohashi Bridge, Tokyo, Japan  
Photo ©: Eva Ohlsson, 2009
 
Chuo-Ohashi Bridge, Tokyo   Chuo-Ohashi Bridge, Tokyo
Photo ©: Erik Wåhlin, 2014
Tokyo prefecture Built:
Teleport bridge on Odaiba Island  
Function: Pedestrian bridge
Position: 35º 37' 39.36" N 139º 46' 46.07" E
  Teleport Pedestrian Bridge, Tokyo, Japan click to enlarge!
Photo ©: Eva Ohlsson, 2009  

KYUSHU REGION

Kagoshima prefecture Built:
Dolphin Port bridges  
Function: Pedestrian bridges
Position: 31º 35' 37.03" N 130º 33' 45.41" E
  Dolphin Port pedestrian bridge, Kagoshima prefecture click to enlarge!
Photo: Mark Yashinsky.  Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
Nagasaki prefecture Built:
Megami Ohashi Bridge (a.k.a. New Harbour Bridge)  
Function: Road bridge
Position: 32º 43' 14.42" N 129º 51' 05.23" E
  Megami Ohashi Bridge, Nagasaki, Japan click to enlarge!
Photo ©: Eva Ohlsson, 2009  





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