The Japanese Pontoon Bridge was built in 1593 and was built by the Japanese. It was confirmed by the Chinese during the Ming Dynasty in China. It is similar to many ancient Chinese bridges. Interestingly, the bridge is guarded by a monkey at one end and guarded by a dog at one end. There are also 12 zodiac signs in Vietnam, but it is slightly different from China. There is an exhibition room in the middle section of the bridge. The bright yellow French architecture and the tall coconut trees are reflected on the river. Together with the afterglow of the setting sun, it is quiet and harmonious.
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The Japanese Covered Bridge was built in 1593 and was originally built by the Japanese in the 16th century. It was confirmed by the Chinese during the Ming Dynasty in China. The wind-covered bridge covered the baptism of a long time,
This is the only ancient bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam, and became the symbol of Hoi An. The Nihonbashi is a covered bridge building that provides shelter for the wind and rain. There is also a temple dedicated to stone Buddha statues in the center, built for the Ming Dynasty Ming Society, cigarettes lingering
Hoi An is full of Chinese and Japanese architecture and is preserved. These ancient buildings and ancient streets reflect the fusion of Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese culture and architecture. Today, Hoi An Ancient City has been listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage List.
Hui An Laiyuan Bridge, also known as Temple Bridge (Cha Cu), a bridge in the ancient city of Hoi An (Anhui) in Quang Nam (Vietnam), across the Autumn River (Song Thu Bn) A small tributary on the left bank. This bridge was originally built for the Japanese diaspora, and is also known as the Japanese Covered Bridge.
The bridge was built in 1593 (Year of the Monkey) and completed in 1595 (Year of the Dog). The bridge deck is made of wooden boards. There are two statues of dogs at the west end of the bridge and two statues of monkeys at the east end. The bridge enshrines the White Emperor and the Statue of Zhenwu. It is an ancient building combining bridges and temples. It is also one of the representative buildings in Hoi An City, which is listed as a world cultural heritage.
The Japanese Covered Bridge was built in 1593 and was originally built by the Japanese in the 16th century. It was confirmed by the Chinese during the Ming Dynasty in China. The covered wind and rain covered bridge, after a long time of baptism, the wooden railings on the bridge and the red paint on the outer wall have fallen off, and the bridge is also dark. On the north side of the covered bridge is a tower temple to protect the boatmen on the river. One end of the bridge is guarded by a monkey, and one end is guarded by a dog. It is said that it was started in the Year of the Monkey and completed in the Year of the Dog. Therefore, it is also known as the Stone Monkey Bridge. The overseas Chinese also call it the Maqiao Bridge. There is a plaque on the bridge, the book "far to the bridge", and there are Chinese characters such as "Ancheng" and "Lei".