Hoian Japanese Bridge

Hoian Japanese Bridge

Quang Nam, Vietnam
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Hoian Japanese Bridge, also called the Pagoda Bridge (Chua Cau) is located in Hoi An Town, Quang Nam Province. The Pagoda Bridge was built in the 16th century and is still incredibly well-preserved. More than 400 years have passed and the covered bridge has always been a good shelter for passers by escaping from the […]

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Hoian Japanese Bridge, also called the Pagoda Bridge (Chua Cau) is located in Hoi An Town, Quang Nam Province. The Pagoda Bridge was built in the 16th century and is still incredibly well-preserved.

More than 400 years have passed and the covered bridge has always been a good shelter for passers by escaping from the rain and heat.

On the northern side of the bridge is a Japanese pagoda to protect sailors. There are statues of two dogs located at the western end of the bridge and two monkeys at the eastern end. It is said that the construction started in the year of the monkey and finished in the year of the dog, according to Chinese calendar. Other legend is said that the statues on the bridge might have been put there by the Japanese to control this monster, since the dog and the monkey are sacred animals according to their Totem religion.

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