This is Shin-Ohashi Bridge,Sumida River,Tokyo,Japan.
Located between Kiyosubashi Bridge(Downstream) and Metropolitan Expressway No. 6 Mukojima line(Upper stream).
This bridge was built in 1694(Edo Period).
In that time it was located more downstream side.
From the construction this bridge was reconstructed over twenty times.
Famous Japanese artist Hiroshige Utagawa(1797-1858) painted Shin-Ohashi Bridge in his last year.
And Dutch artist Vincent van Gogh painted homage of Hiroshige.
Now this bridge is modern design.
Yellow pole is characteristic.
It’s like mast of ship.
Nightscape with houseboat’s light trace.
I was astonished when I see Shin-Ohashi Bridge at night.
Because it was so shiny and colorful. I could not imagine this view when I see here at daytime. Here is the most colorful bridge in Sumida River.
Colorful green lights on the side of the beidge.
Under the bridge.
Building was also shining at night.
Too much strong lights make a lot of ghosts.
With surrounding landscape.
Square and triangle. I felt it was like Pythagorean theorem.
This time I didn’t have Remote Release Cord. So I couldn’t take over 30 seconds photo.
There are waves around this area,I wanted to do more longer exposure.
And I want to use wider angle lens. Recently I often take photos of bridge with surrounding landscape.I want to take more wide angle photo.
But I can’t get it.It is too expensive to buy…Hey,Nikon,please help me!!! Give me 14-24 f2.8!!! hahaha…
I discover Tokyo Skytree! Only this angle is able to meet Skytree.
Sign of ブルガリア(Bulgaria) is too much shiny.
Another day, long exposure with ND 400 Filter.
Technique:2-span continuous steel cable-stayed bridge
Nearest station: Hamacho Station /Toei Shinjuku line
Manager:TOKYO METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT
Reference of information :
“Tokyo Pocket Map of Bridges Sumida river”,2013, Tokyo Metropolitan Public Corporation for Road Improvement and Management
Wikipedhia Shin-Ohashi(Japanese only)
Related Category : Bridges at Sumida River