_MG_9642.jpg

Is it easy to overlook unexpectedly?

You can see the history of the waterfront here!

The mouth of the Sumida River, including Eitai, has undergone dramatic changes in the last 100 years.

In particular, the number of artificial islands from Tsukuda to the south is increasing as the topography of Japan changes.

The answer to the changes from the Meiji era to the present day is in the path along the embankment that continues from Eitai Bridge.

The seven panels show the state of development along with a map of each era, and it is a content that can be fully enjoyed as an amount of information.

Please take a look.

ウォーターフロント1.png
ウォーターフロント2.jpg
ウォーターフロント3.png
ウォーターフロント4.png
ウォーターフロント5.png
ウォーターフロント6.png
ウォーターフロント7.png