Duyue Bridge is also known as the Lover’s Bridge. I just met a beautiful couple. On the water side, the bride’s wedding dress swayed in the gentle river breeze. The refraction of the sun and the surface of the water blessed the dream of this shooting. Everything started beautifully. The illusion, may your love be as strong and long as this bridge...
Togetsu Bridge spans the Hojin River, and the river rushes continuously, and the rainy weather encourages the turbulence. Togetsu Bridge is a symbol of Arashiyama for cherry blossoms in spring and maple in autumn. Stepping onto the Togetsu Bridge, the journey to Lanshan is truly started.
You shouldn’t left out Togetsukyo Bridge on your list when visiting Arashiyama, for it is a center attention of Arashiyama. Having Hozu River at its western side and Katsura River at its eastern side, the bridge gives a serenity atmosphere, while Mount Arashiyama as one of its backdrops makes a magnificent view. The pathway would be very crowd in autumn and spring, when the nature gives its best to everyone who appreciates its beauties. Moreover, many scenic tours are taking place here and the bridge itself gives a picturesque sight, another reason why it becomes one of Arashiyama landmark.
The Togetsu-kyo Bridge has been a landmark in Western Kyoto's Arashiyama District for over four hundred years. The wooden bridge spans the Katsura River in front of Arashiyama Mountain. There area has lots of little shops and restaurants and is close to the Tenryuji temple and the bamboo grove.
Known as the "Moon Crossing" Bridge, this bridge is right in the centre of Arashiyama and is home to some beautiful views in the Spring when there are cherry blossoms surrounding the area, and again in the Autumn with the change in leaves. The famous landmark of the area, runs across the river, it was originally built in the Heian Period (794-1185) and was last renovated in the 1930s. Steeped in history, you can see why it is the most iconic part of Arashiyama.