A bridge built over the Sumida River after World War II with a panoramic view of skyscrapers in Tokyo.
This was the first bridge built over the Sumida River after World War II. It was built in 1964 to ease traffic at the Kachidoki-bashi bridge downstream. Until then a method of transport called ”watashi” had been mainly used; with the completion of this bridge, the last ferry landing on the Sumida River, the over 300-year-old Tsukuda no Watashi, was abolished. Tsukuda-ohashi bridge was named after that ferry landing. In those days, there was a river called the Tsukuda running between Tsukudashima and Tsukishima islands; with the construction of the Tsukuda-ohashi bridge, the river was reclaimed, and the islands became joined. At the parapet of the bridge is a relief sculpture detailing the origins of the Tsukuda-ohashi bridge. A three-minute walk from Tsukishima Station on the Toei Subway Oedo Line or Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line.