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Kumamoto, 20 Feb.

Tsujunkyo Bridge

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Tsujunkyo Bridge is Japan’s largest stone-arch aqueduct bridge and is used to pump water into the region’s rice paddies. A giant stone bridge, built in 1854, that releases over 15,000 square meters of water from it’s sides, Tsujunkyo is active every weekend and holiday from late spring to late fall (approximately May to November). The impressive discharge of water lasts about 20-25 minutes.

Although the bridge itself is currently closed to tourists because of ongoing assessment of damage after the Kumamoto Earthquake, the discharge of water can still be viewed.

Kumamoto Nagomi Tourism Site

Tokyo (Narita) to Tsujunkyo Bridge, Kumamoto

  1. Narita Airport

    1 h 55 min

    From 6,000 yen

  2. Aso Kumamoto Airport

    • Bus


    800 yen

  3. Kumamoto Station

    • Bus

    10 min

    150 yen

  4. Kumamoto Kotsu center

    • Bus

    1 h 30 min

    1,400 yen

  5. Tsujunkyo Bus Stop

    • Walk

    10 min

  6. Tsujunkyo Bridge

    Nagahara, Yamatocho, Kamimashiki-gun, Kumamoto Prefecture


All listed travel times and costs are approximate.

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