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Japanese Covered Bridge
Chùa Cầu Nhật Bản

303 Reviews
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Ranked No. 2 in Hoi An Local History
Historical Site
Open Open 24 hours
Recommended sightseeing time: 0.5 hour
Address: Nguyen Thi Minh Khai, Cam Pho, Hoi An
Phone: +84-93-5817345

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The Japanese bridge was built in 1593, originally by the Japanese, and was rebuilt and erected by the Chinese in the Ming Dynasty. The red paint of the wood has fallen off, much like the old Chinese bridges. Interestingly, the bridge is guarded by monkeys and dogs at one end, and Vietnam has 12 zodiacs, but slightly different from China.



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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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