KINTAIKYO-BRIDGE, Historical bridges in Japan

Woody JOE
WJHB-01 / Level 2
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Historical bridges in Japan,by Woody JOE

Kintai Bridge / Iwakuni, Yamaguchi Prefecture

In 1673, it was built as a bridge connecting the castle town spreading on both banks.
A beautiful sight that five consecutive wooden arch bridges weave is one of the Three major Bridge in Japan.

A bridge where civil engineering technology at the time was gathered.
Especially the sophistication and strength of the arch part is said to be comparable with modern structural mechanics.

Kit reproduces 5 consecutive wooden arch bridges on 1/650 scale.he bridge is laser-processed wooden parts precisely, and it is easy to assemble a unique arch bridge. A houseboat floating on the river is included

Manufacturer: Woody JOE
Scale: 1/650
Package size: 310x110x30mm
Depth: 100mm
Width: 300mm
Height: 94mm
Assembly reference time: 10 hours
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