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  • Description
    Tsujunkyo Bridge is Japan’s largest stone-arch aqueduct bridge, and it was constructed in 1854. The total length of the water passage is approximately 30 kilometers, and the irrigated area covers an extensive, 100 hectares. The recipient of the National Cultural Property in 1960 is well known for its water release during the Hassaku Festival.
  • Access
    About a 45-minute drive from the Kyushu Expressway Mifune IC or Matsuhashi IC.


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