1. Japanese Corridor Bridge is very famous in Hui'an, but it should never be the focus; 2. Wind and Rain Bridges like this can be seen everywhere in ethnic minority areas in southwestern China; 3. The focus of tours should be the architectural style of both sides of the Taiwan Strait; 4. Free visits.
The Japanese Corridor Bridge is the symbol of the ancient city of Hui'an. It was built in 1593 and was originally built by the Japanese, so the local custom is to call it "Japanese Bridge". The most interesting allusion is that the bridge is guarded by monkeys at one end and dogs at the other end. It is said that the construction started in the Year of the Monkey and completed in the Year of the Dog. Now the local newcomers will come here to take wedding photos, which is another view of the old city.
This gallery bridge is the most distinctive one I have ever seen. The wooden structure is integrated into the local architectural style. Later, I saw many people taking photos with the gallery bridge. The river flows through the gallery bridge. The enclosed gallery bridge is artistically constructed. This is where we learn.
There is a very distinctive gallery bridge in Hui'an ancient city. The piers are cut with stone foundations, while the railings and the main body are wooden structures. I see many tourists taking photos with it. The river flows from the bottom. Hui'an ancient city is very quiet and simple. I love it.
The Japanese Corridor Bridge is the most famous landmark building in Khoi'an. It is also printed on Vietnamese banknotes. Its position is self-evident. Located in the central area of the ancient town, it is also a place where tourists compete for photographs. It is simple and beautiful and unforgettable.
In the afternoon, walking around the riverside, watching fireworks at night, drinking in the bar, meeting a Shenzhen boy, two foreign girls studying in Shenzhen, and two Americans, all of whom spoke English, chatted all night, and my brother basically did not understand...
The Corridor Bridge in Japan was built in 1593 AD. It was first built by the Japanese. During the Ming Dynasty, the Chinese rebuilt and erected monuments in Japan. The arch-shaped wooden bridge structure was painted with red paint. But after the test of time, the red paint of wooden bridges is almost peeling off nowadays, and the wooden bridges are not too long. But it's a landmark building and a famous scenic spot. Praise!
There is a small bridge in the ancient city of Hui'an. It looks very old. This is the Japanese Corridor Bridge, also called the Far Bridge. In the early years, the bridge was built by the Japanese. It has to be said that the Japanese are serious about their work. For so many years, the bridge still stands and provides convenience for pedestrians from south to North every day.