A Few of Tokyo's Sumida River Bridges at Night
中央大橋 Chuo Great Bridge 1993-1994 with Skytree
(same as above ... an irresitible shot)
Takabashi over the Kamejima River which flows into the Sumida River just upstream of the Chuo Great Bridge.
Takabashi view from downstream.
永代橋 Eitai Bridge 1923-1926 from south west bank
永代橋 Eitai Bridge
永代橋 Eitai Bridge from the north west bank
永代橋 Eitai Bridge north east bank view
永代橋 Eitai Bridge upstream sidewalk
永代橋 Eitai Bridge downstream sidewalk
永代橋 Eitai Bridge railing on the left, a pleasure craft passing swiftly underneath and the Toyomi Bridge over the Nihonbashi River on the right.
Eitai reflected in buildings on the east bank (left) & Chuo Ohashi (right)
Toyomi Bridge over the Nihonbashi River flowing into the Sumida River just north of the Eitai Bridge.
永代橋 Eitai Bridge, Sumida Great Bridge behind, segments of the Kiyosu Bridge and the Tokyo Skytree.
隅田川大橋 Sumidagawa Great Bridge 1979 with peaks of the Kiyosu Bridge visible through the double decker road.
The upper deck is lit by a pair of street lights, the pedestrian walkway by four white lights ... not a particularly attractive bridge at night.
清洲橋 Kiyosu Bridge 1923-1926
Kiyosu Bridge (accidental exposure) reminiscent of the ukiyo-e style in the recent Ota Museum exhibition.
新大橋 Shin Ōhashi [New Great Bridge]
蔵前橋 Kuramae Bridge
厩橋 Umaya Bridge
駒形橋 Komagata Bridge
吾妻橋 Azuma Bridge 1929-1931
東武花川戸鉄道橋 Tobu Hanakawado Railway Bridge at dusk (no pedestrians)
東武花川戸鉄道橋 Tobu Hanakawado Railway Bridge with train (no pedestrians)