Okayama Castle and Korakuen are separated by Asahikawa. The steel-framed Tsukimi Bridge connects these two places. Among the comic detective Conan, Conan and his friends also walked across this bridge. They also walked from Okayama Castle to Korakuen, which is the same as my itinerary today. Standing on the bridge, you can overlook the Wuyangyang Okayama Castle, and you also saw a firefighter's drill to rescue the drowned.
Tsukimi Bridge is built above Asahikawa, connecting Okayama Castle and Korakuen Garden. Okayama Castle is the strategic fortress of Ikeda, while Korakuen is the relaxing and leisure courtyard of Ikeda's family. The two places are separated by Asahikawa. Before, there was a pier where you could only take a ferry. Later, at the Okayama Tourism Expo in 1954, this steel-framed Tsukimi Bridge was erected on the river to make it easier for tourists to travel between Okayama Castle and Korakuen.
Tsukimi Bridge crosses Asahikawa and connects Korakuen with Okayama Castle. This is a steel-framed bridge. In Conan’s animation, Conan and his friends also crossed this bridge. On the highest floor of Okayama Castle, there is an angle that can be taken to take a photo of Tsukimi Bridge, and the golden eaves can be taken into the mirror. This is also one of the representative landscape photos of Okayama Castle.