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This bridge is a bridge of steel-framed reinforced concrete construction of 2,618m of extension which connects central breakwater reclaimed land to Wakasu, Koto-ku ranging over the third route of the Tokyo harbor. The trussed structure which repeats it and constitutes a beam from structure which connected the long and slender component with the triangle at both ends is adopted. Construction work was started in 2002 and it completed in February, 2012. The passage of a bridge has the side of both-way 4 lane and a sidewalk. It is for easing road confusion of the container traffic which increases every year as main constructional purposes of this bridge. Since it rises high so that a dinosaur may face each other, it is also called the dinosaur bridge. Seemingly the sky here is a route which lands at nearby Haneda Airport, and the airplane passed it at the short interval. Moreover, many anglers were hanging down the pole to the breakwater.

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