May 9, 2010

Matsui Bridge


If you look really closely in yesterdays photo, you'll see a bridge at the far end of the river.

This bridge is actually more like a road with the river running under it. But whatever it looks like, a bridge is a bridge. I took a photo of the name written on the side of the bridge.

This is Matsui Bashi.


Click below for more lovely photos of bridges around the world!

Sunday Bridges

16 comments:

Louis la Vache said...

Excellent, Kaori! As you wrote, a bridge is a bridge - and it's fun to see the variety of entries around the world!

B SQUARED said...

And all this time, I thought it was, "a rose is a rose."

cieldequimper said...

This is so exotic to me! Lovely!

VP said...

I was just asking myself this looking at your yesterdays picture. Lovely detail!

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Beautiful and lovely shot !!Simply nice !!

Ann said...

I went to a Japanese Restaurant this evening.

Had tempura prawns and terayaki salmon.

Do you celebrate Mother's day?

Ann said...

The restaurant is called Renkon, simple not sophisticated food, just rice and undon noodles.

Leif Hagen said...

Nice bridge posting for Louis La Vache's Bridge theme today! Genki de ne!

Neva said...

I love your photo today. ciedequimper said it correctly...very exotic~

LD said...

I love the composition of this photo with the ancient looking stone and delicate branch. Thanks!

Kaori said...

Happy Mother's day to all the mothers and Happy Sunday to everyone else! Thank you for the comments! ;-D

Ann, yes we do celebrate Mother's day! I sent flowers and called home for a chat :)

ρομπερτ said...

Keeping life in balance
far and near
connecting, keeping away.

Rob said...

The printing is intriguing, very nice details.

Rebecca said...

The script is beautiful even if I can't read it! :)

arabesque said...

now i know why you posted this, the foto has got some prefect green reflections! ^-^
but why is it called bashi?
isn;t it supposed to be hashi for bridges? ^0^

Kaori said...

Thank you everyone!

Rebecca, the sign reads 'Matsui Bashi' in Japanese :)

Arabesque, you're right, 'Bridge' is 'Hashi' most of the time, but sometimes the word is pronounced 'Bashi' to accomodate the flow of the word!

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