Tokyo Golden Bridge - From Wakasu Kaijin kouen, Japan
The Tokyo Golden Bridge is a stunningly beautiful bridge located in Koto City, Japan. Constructed in 2012, the bridge design was inspired by the popular Ultraman character and is made from over 65,000 aluminum plates, each measuring 2.3 cm in thickness. It’s 210 meters long and has 11 spans, with wooden pillars keeping the bridge suspended over the Edo River. The bridge has quickly become one of Tokyo’s most popular spots for locals and tourists alike, attracting many photographers to its unique design. Not only is it an impressive sight, its reflection in the Edo River is an amazing visual. There’s also a small park that is close to the bridge with benches and lawns, making it a great place to rest and take in the view.