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Why don't you spend an elegant time in the store where the glittering sunlight on the surface of the Dojima River in the daytime and the fantastically lit illuminations at night soothe your mind?
 

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light up

light up(Irradiation,Mapping,British: light up) Is a historic building at night,Monument,bridge,tower,TreeEtc.FloodlightEquipment such asLight emitting diode(LED lighting) Etc.照明What creates a night view by doing[1][2].. Apply lighting to create a different look than in the daytime. Generally, it is often done as a means of revitalizing the city.

Held as an event, similar to a light-upElectric spectacularsThere is a method of.各地のクリスマス・電飾や神戸の大震災を期に始まったIt started with Christmas and illuminations in various places and the great earthquake in Kobe.Luminarieand so on.

Street lightEffectively on the object instead of brightening the surroundings likeLightThe purpose is to make it stand out beautifully by hitting.JapanglishAndEnglishThen it is expressed as be verb + illuminated.Also, because it is often used, it is also expressed as flood lighting, architectural flood lighting, etc.

The opposite word is "Light down", This iscityBy turning off the lighting as much as possibleEnjoy the stars in the night skyこと.

Overview

When the lights are lit up in various places in the city space, it leads to the charm of the city, and the planned lighting up of the entire city is also called "city lighting".

Japan

JapanBuilding illumination in1963 Completed inKobe port towerIt is said that it spread from.

Oil shockAfter a period of stagnation due to the influence ofMikiko IshiibyTokyo Towerlight up(1989 ) Has become popular and has become established as a culture that shapes the cityscape at night.

In recent years,FranceIt is a light-up art created by Kobe in 2001.Former settlementThe entire city has been systematically lit up at festivals, such as being shown in the area.

natural environment

In some cases, it is applied to the natural environment instead of artificial objects.Niagara FallsThen it has a history of about 100 years.

In addition,Cherry-blossom viewing,Autumn leavesThere is an example that is also performed at famous places in Japan.

problem

Such lightingEnergyIt ’s a waste of money照明Some people question the beautification of the landscape as excessive.

In addition,natural environmentThe impact on the situation is also regarded as a problem.

For living thingsDaylight hoursTheCircadian rhythmThere are many cases where it is used to regulate the growth stage, for example, in plants, the flowering time is often regulated by the day length (Long day plant-Short-day plant) However, the possibility that artificial lighting affects these cannot be ignored.

A series of problems like thisLight pollutionCalled.

Illumination example

Example of facility alone

Area-wide example

Events

List

The following is a light-up event that is held for a limited time.

(In the Randen Sakura tunnel and the Eizan Electric Railway autumn leaves tunnel, the interior lights are temporarily turned off when the train runs on the same section during the light-up time.)

Gallery

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Shrines and Temples

bridge

Public architecture

Other buildings

NATURE

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  1. ^ Upper left: Modern architecture (Kobe old settlement), Upper right: Bridge (Rainbow Bridge)
    Center left:Cherry Blossoms(Lake Biwa Canal), Center right:Autumn leaves(Otaguro Park)
    Bottom left: Tower (Tokyo Sky Tree"Stylish"), bottom right: waterfall (Niagara Falls)
Source
  1. ^ Architectural Institute of Japan, "Architectural Glossary 2nd Edition, Popular Edition", Iwanami Shoten, p.753 1999
  2. ^ "Architectural Dictionary 2nd Edition Popular Edition" Shokokusha p.1712 1993
  3. ^ "Strange rocks floating in the dark night Festa in Otani Illuminated until 25th at Utsunomiya”. Tokyo Shimbun (March 2020, 10). 2020/10/30Browse.
  4. ^ "Light up the remains of Goryokaku in Hakodate" Dream of Goryokaku "preparation steadily, lights up on the 29th". Hokkaido Shimbun (The Hokkaido Shimbun Press). (June 2014, 11). オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2014, 11.. https://archive.is/20141125130300/http://www.hokkaido-np.co.jp/news/chiiki2/576433.html 

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Old Yodogawa

Old Yodogawa(Kyuyodogawa)Yodogawa OfKema Lock GateThe former Yodogawa main stream that branches south at (Kema Lock Gate).

From upstreamOkawa(Okawa),Dojima River(Dojimagawa),Aji River(Ajigawa) as the former Yodo RiverFirst-class riverIs specified in.

Geography

The former main stream of the Yodo River, but the Yodo River drainage channel was excavated.1907 (MeijiAfter 40 years), it has been treated as an old river.Initially, the names "New Yodo River" and "Yodo River" gradually became "Yodo River" and "Old Yodo River", but the former Yodo River is often called by the name of each section mentioned above.

NakanoshimaThe upstream is the Okawa or Tenma River[1], The downstream is called Ajigawa.Nakanoshima is divided into north and south banks, with the Dojima River in the north and the south in the south.Tosabori RiverIs called.The Tosahori River is treated as a separate river in the river record.

Miyakojima WardBranching from the Yodo River (Shin Yodo River) in Kemacho, the south stream,Kawasaki BridgeAfter passing through, it turns to the west stream, and from the eastNeyagawaJoin,Tenjin BridgeImmediately before, the Dojima River to the north of Nakanoshima and the Tosahori River to the south branch off.

Dojima River used to beOe BridgeJust beforeDojimaTo the north side ofSonezaki RiverWas branched.Also,1878 (Meiji 11)Tamino BridgeFrom the upstream side ofOsaka StationThe Dojima digging (Umeda Irihori River) was cut, and the Nakanoshima digging was excavated from the slightly upstream side of the Dojima digging branch to the Tosabori river.However, the Sonezaki River is upstream from the Dojima cut.1909 (Meiji 42) "Great fire in the northIt became a landfill for the rubble generated by (Tenma Burn),1923 (TaishoIn 14), the downstream area was also reclaimed.Nakanoshima cut1957 (ShowaIn 32), Dojima digging1967 It was all reclaimed in (Showa 42)Hanshin Expressway No. 11 Ikeda Line,Osaka Garden CityIt is used in a part of.

The Tosahori River heads south immediately after branching with the Dojima RiverHigashi Yokobori RiverBranch,Hakenzo BridgeTo the south just beforeKizu RiverBranch.Long time agoNishikibashiTo the south just beforeNishiyokobori RiverWas also branched,1962 (Showa 37)Hanshin Expressway No. 1 Loop LineWas reclaimed for construction.

Downstream from Nakanoshima, once covered the mouth of the Yodo RiverKujo IslandWas lying,1684 (SacrednessFirst year)Mizumura KawamuraExcavated in a straight line as it is now for water transportation and hydraulic control, and named Ajigawa.Kujo Island was divided, and the right bank of the Anji River came to be called Nishikujo.CoastaldeltaSince the middle of the Edo periodNittaWas created, but it changed to an industrial area after the Meiji era.

There is a riverbed tunnel, the Anjigawa tunnel, between the Nishikujo area and the Kujo area on the opposite bank (for the Anjigawa tunnel and the ferry described later).Osaka City public ferry(See) It joins the Rokkenya River downstream.On the left bank just downstream of the confluence is Benten Wharf, where passenger ships on the Seto Inland Sea route departed and arrived until the 1990s.From there, the width of the river spreads rapidly,OsakakoAjigawauchi port spreads out.Minato Ward is based on pumping groundwater from factories, etc.Ground subsidenceBecause it was remarkable, it was vulnerable to high tide,1947 From (Showa 22), the entire Minato Ward was raised by the earth and sand that was scraped from the south bank of the river, and at the same time, a pier was constructed on the scraped site. ) Is not inferior.

Tempozan OhashiThe south bank of the Anji River, which is further downstream, serves as a passenger port after the Meiji era.TsukikoAnd until recentlyTakamatsu,ShodoshimaThe passenger ship was open until.You can also go to USJ by sightseeing boat.TempozanSakurajima and Umemachi on the opposite bank of the Ajigawa River are industrial ports that were built a little later than the port was built.BeigangSo, from Tempozan, it's municipalferryYou can cross at.

The port was once a base for long-distance passengers and import / export cargo,ContainerizationSince the 1970s, almost all of the full-scale routes have been reclaimed after the war.NangangIt was a departure and arrival.

Tributaries and tributaries

Main tributary
TributarySecond tributaryThird tributaryFourth tributaryFifth tributary
Jokita River 
NeyagawaOnchi RiverOnishi RiverJingu Tera River
Mizukoshi RiverRetail river
ShinkawaDemon river
OtogawaOtogawa branch
(I.e. 
Daini Neya RiverTamakushi River 
Kusune River 
Nagase River 
Hirano RiverImagawaNaruto River
Komagawa
Main branch
OkawaUpstream

↓

downstream
Dojima River
Aji RiverTosabori River
Higashi Yokobori RiverKizu River
Dotonbori River
Kizu River
Kizu RiverShirashigawa
Osaka Bay

Town name in the basin

Okawa
Left bank- Miyakojima WardKemacho-Tomobuchicho-Zengenjicho-Miyakojimahondori-Nakano Town-Amijimacho,Chuo-kuOtemae-Tenmabashikyomachi-Kitahama Higashi
Right bank-Kema-cho, Miyakojima-ku,KitaNagato east-Kokubunji-Hinoguchi Town-Tenmabashi-Tenma-Tenjin Bridge
Dojima River
Left bank-North WardNakanoshima
Right bank-Tenjinbashi, Kita-kuSugawara Town-Nishi Tenma-Dojima beach-Dojima,FukushimaFukushima-Tamagawa-(I.e.
Tosabori River
Left bank-Kitahamahigashi, Chuo-kuKitahama,Nishi-wardTosabori-(I.e.
Right bank-Nakanoshima, Kita-ku
Aji River
Left bank-Kawaguchi, Nishi-kuAji River,Minato-kuNamiyoke-Benzaiten-(I.e.-Kosei-Tsukiko-Kaigan-dori
Right bank-Noda, Fukushima Ward,Konohana WardNishikujo-Kasugademinami-Shimaya-Sakurajima-Umemachi

Bridge

RiverBridge nameBridge lengthWidth形式Year of completionRemarks
Okawa
OkawaMoumabashi150cmUpstream side 11.25m
Downstream side 7.63m
Side road bridge 3.65m
girder bridge1960 [2] Johoku Koen Dori
OkawaHanshin Expressway No. 12 Moriguchi Line
OkawaHisho Bridge(For pedestrians only)103.55cm4.00cmArch bridge1984 [3]
OkawaMiyakojima Bridge145.0cm26.0cmgirder bridge1956 [4] Miyakojima Dori
OkawaJROsaka Loop Line
Yodogawa Bridge
OkawaGenpachi Bridge201.20cm14-17.5mgirder bridge1936 [5]
OkawaSakuramiya Bridge (Ginbashi)187.8cm22cmArch bridge1930 [6][7] National Route 1
OkawaKawasaki Bridge(For pedestrians only)129.15cm3.0cmCable-stayed bridge1978 [8]
OkawaNew Temmabashi1970 TenmabashisujiOverpass
OkawaTenmabashi151.0cmUpstream side 9.5m
Downstream side 9.5m
girder bridge1935 [9] Tenmabashisuji
Dojima River / Tosahori River
Dojima River / Tosahori RiverTenjin Bridge210.7cm22.0cmArch bridge1934 [10] Tenjinbashisuji
Dojima River / Tosahori RiverHanshin Expressway No. 1 Loop Line
Dojima River / Tosahori RiverNamba Bridge189.65cm21.80cmGirder bridge / arch bridge1975 [11] Sakaisuji
In Nakanoshima ParkBarazono Bridge (for pedestrians only)31.5cm4.0cmArch bridge1990 [12]
Dojima RiverHokonagashi Bridge98.04cm12.50cmgirder bridge1929 [13]
Tosabori RiverSendannoki Bridge86.37cm15.0cmgirder bridge1985 [14]
Dojima RiverSuisho Bridge(For pedestrians only)72.33cm9.09cmArch bridge1929 [15]
Dojima RiverOe Bridge81.5cm37.0cmArch bridge1935 [16] Midosuji
Tosabori RiverYodoyabashi54.5cm37.0cmArch bridge1935 [16] Midosuji
Dojima RiverNakanoshima Garden Bridge
(For pedestrians only)
77.5cm20.0cmgirder bridge1990 [17]
Tosabori RiverNishikibashi(For pedestrians only)55.12cm10.55cmArch bridge1931 [18]
Dojima RiverWatanabe Bridge79.00cm29.00cmgirder bridge1966 [19] Yotsubashi
Tosabori RiverHigobashi44.70cm29.00cmgirder bridge1966 [20] Yotsubashi
Dojima River / Tosahori RiverHanshin Expressway No. 11 Ikeda Line
Dojima RiverTamino Bridge82.3cm14.7cmgirder bridge1964 [21]
Tosabori RiverChikuzen Bridge69.0cm14.6cmgirder bridge1932 [22]
Dojima RiverTamae BridgeUpstream side 76.98m
Downstream side 78.76m
Upstream side 13.0m
Downstream side 12.25m
girder bridgeUpstream 1929
Downstream 1969
[23] Naniwa muscle
Tosabori RiverJyouan BridgeUpstream side 69.90m
Downstream side 69.90m
Upstream side 12.25m
Downstream side 12.25m
girder bridgeUpstream 1929
Downstream 1969
[24] Naniwa muscle
Tosabori RiverEtchu Bridge(For pedestrians only)71.02cm3.8cmgirder bridge1929 [25]
Dojima RiverDojima Bridge76.15cm22.70cmArch bridge1927 [26] Amidaikesuji
Tosabori RiverTosabori Bridge58.5cm22.0cmgirder bridge1969 [27] Amidaikesuji
Dojima RiverKamifunatsu Bridge78.0cm17.35cmgirder bridge1982 [28] New sea urchin
Tosabori RiverMinatohashi84.50cm17.35cmgirder bridge1982 [29] New sea urchin
Dojima River / Tosahori RiverHanshin Expressway No.3 Kobe Line
Dojima RiverFunatsu Bridge76.5cm24.0cmgirder bridge1963 [30] Osaka Prefectural Route 29 Osaka Seaside Line
Tosabori RiverHakenzo Bridge111.95cm24.00cmgirder bridge1921 [31] Osaka Prefectural Route 29 Osaka Seaside Line
Aji River
Aji RiverHanshin Namba Line
Anji River Bridge
Central span 87mArch bridge2009 [32]
Aji RiverJROsaka Loop Line
Anji River Bridge
173cm
(Central span 120m)
Arch bridge1961 [33][34]
Aji River1966 [35] National Route 43
Aji RiverTempozan Ohashi640cm27.25m ~ 39.25mCable-stayed bridge1991 [36]Hanshin Expressway No.5 Wangan Line


A river that is connected to the former Yodo River

The old Yodo River is a branch of the new Yodo River and is a large river (Tenma River).[37]), And then separated into both the Dojima and Tosabori rivers and rejoined, which was the Ajigawa and then.Kizu River, And then broke up from thereIwasaki CanalAnd followShirashigawaProceed to the downstream part.In this way, the former Yodo River eventually became three major streams.Osaka BayIn the meantime, there are a number of rivers and canals that divert or merge from those streams.These rivers vary from natural rivers to artificial rivers, but most of them are post-war rivers.High economic growthSometimesWater pollution,Traffic jamIt has been reclaimed for the purpose of resolving such problems or due to the proceedings of the residents.

Rivers that still remain

Rivers that are now gone

Basin landscape

Lined up from upstream to downstream

Facilities and related events in the basin

topic

  • From Temmabashi via NakanoshimaNaniwa muscleTo Tamae Bridge whereKeihan Nakanoshima LineIs passing underground.At the three stations on the Nakanoshima Line, water is pumped from the Dojima and Tosabori rivers to exchange heat and use it for air conditioning.
  • Apart from passing through the Mint建築 家 OfTadao AndoFrom the Kema Lock Gate to the former Yodogawa River in the Nakanoshima areaCherry Blossoms"Heisei pass through" is advocated for planting.
  • The former Yodo River (Okawa) basin is hugecarpIt is famous for anglers as one of the three major habitats, and if you take a walk on the river surface, you will often come across fishermen even on weekdays.Although there are candidates for the three major habitats such as Hachirogata, Kasumigaura, and Kesennuma, the former Yodogawa basin will not be excluded.In a novel that adopted the legend of a giant carp as a motifTeru Miyamoto OfMud riverThere is.
  • Previously many on promenades and parks on embankmentsホ ー ム レ スLived in a tent or a hut, but it was excluded along with the Keihan Nakanoshima Line construction work and the park renovation work.Currently, only a few tents remain in Kema Sakuranomiya Park.

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  1. ^ "Kakugawa Japanese Place Name Dictionary 27 Osaka Prefecture"
  2. ^ Osaka City Construction Bureau Road Department Bridge Division Mouma Bridge http://www.city.osaka.lg.jp/kensetsu/page/0000022238.html
  3. ^ Osaka City Construction Bureau Road Department Bridge Division Hisho Bridge http://www.city.osaka.lg.jp/kensetsu/page/0000029156.html
  4. ^ Osaka City Construction Bureau Road Department Bridge Division Miyakojima Bridge http://www.city.osaka.lg.jp/kensetsu/page/0000029162.html
  5. ^ Genpachi Bridge, Bridge Division, Road Department, Construction Bureau, Osaka City http://www.city.osaka.lg.jp/kensetsu/page/0000022244.html
  6. ^ Kinki Regional Development Bureau, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Ginbashi http://www.kkr.mlit.go.jp/osaka/ginbashi/index.html
  7. ^ The highlight of Kita-ku, Osaka Sakuramiyabashi http://www.city.osaka.lg.jp/kita/page/0000000959.html
  8. ^ Osaka City Construction Bureau Road Department Bridge Division Kawasaki Bridge http://www.city.osaka.lg.jp/kensetsu/page/0000016727.html
  9. ^ Osaka City Construction Bureau Road Department Bridge Division Tenma Bridge http://www.city.osaka.lg.jp/kensetsu/page/0000023738.html
  10. ^ Tenjinbashi, Bridge Division, Road Department, Construction Bureau, Osaka City http://www.city.osaka.lg.jp/kensetsu/page/0000023732.html
  11. ^ Osaka City Construction Bureau Road Department Bridge Division Naniwa Bridge http://www.city.osaka.lg.jp/kensetsu/page/0000023795.html
  12. ^ Osaka City Construction Bureau Road Department Bridge Division Barazono Bridge http://www.city.osaka.lg.jp/kensetsu/page/0000026095.html
  13. ^ Hokonagashi Bridge, Bridge Division, Road Department, Construction Bureau, Osaka City http://www.city.osaka.lg.jp/kensetsu/page/0000024056.html
  14. ^ Sendannoki Bridge, Bridge Division, Road Department, Construction Bureau, Osaka City http://www.city.osaka.lg.jp/kensetsu/page/0000023561.html
  15. ^ Osaka City Construction Bureau Road Department Bridge Division Suisho Bridge http://www.city.osaka.lg.jp/kensetsu/page/0000022315.html
  16. ^ a b Osaka City Osaka City Designated Cultural Property (14) Oebashi, Yodoyabashi http://www.city.osaka.lg.jp/kyoiku/page/0000008880.html
  17. ^ Nakanoshima Garden Bridge, Bridge Division, Road Department, Construction Bureau, Osaka City http://www.city.osaka.lg.jp/kensetsu/page/0000026036.html
  18. ^ Nishikihashi, Bridge Division, Road Department, Construction Bureau, Osaka City http://www.city.osaka.lg.jp/kensetsu/page/0000023833.html
  19. ^ Watanabebashi, Bridge Division, Road Department, Construction Bureau, Osaka City http://www.city.osaka.lg.jp/kensetsu/page/0000024119.html
  20. ^ Osaka City Construction Bureau Road Department Bridge Division Higo Bridge http://www.city.osaka.lg.jp/kensetsu/page/0000024046.html
  21. ^ Tamino Bridge, Bridge Division, Road Department, Construction Bureau, Osaka City http://www.city.osaka.lg.jp/kensetsu/page/0000023617.html
  22. ^ Chikuzen Bridge, Bridge Division, Road Department, Construction Bureau, Osaka City http://www.city.osaka.lg.jp/kensetsu/page/0000023619.html
  23. ^ Tamae Bridge, Bridge Division, Road Department, Construction Bureau, Osaka City http://www.city.osaka.lg.jp/kensetsu/page/0000023595.html
  24. ^ Jyouan Bridge, Bridge Division, Road Department, Construction Bureau, Osaka City http://www.city.osaka.lg.jp/kensetsu/page/0000022288.html
  25. ^ Osaka City Construction Bureau Road Department Bridge Division Etchu Bridge http://www.city.osaka.lg.jp/kensetsu/page/0000025753.html
  26. ^ Osaka City Construction Bureau Road Department Bridge Division Dojima Ohashi http://www.city.osaka.lg.jp/kensetsu/page/0000026003.html
  27. ^ Tosabori Bridge, Bridge Division, Road Department, Construction Bureau, Osaka City http://www.city.osaka.lg.jp/kensetsu/page/0000026019.html
  28. ^ Kamifunatsu Bridge, Bridge Division, Road Department, Construction Bureau, Osaka City http://www.city.osaka.lg.jp/kensetsu/page/0000025826.html
  29. ^ Minatohashi, Bridge Division, Road Department, Construction Bureau, Osaka City http://www.city.osaka.lg.jp/kensetsu/page/0000026396.html
  30. ^ Osaka City Construction Bureau Road Department Bridge Division Funatsu Bridge http://www.city.osaka.lg.jp/kensetsu/page/0000026380.html
  31. ^ Osaka City Construction Bureau Road Department Bridge Division End Kenzo Bridge http://www.city.osaka.lg.jp/kensetsu/page/0000023862.html
  32. ^ Japan Bridge Construction Civil Engineering Construction Management Engineers Association Yokogawa Bridge Keizo Muta http://www.ejcm.or.jp/new_07ronbun/14/14r-06.shtml
  33. ^ Railway technology How to come and where to go Steel railway bridge http://bunken.rtri.or.jp/PDF/cdroms1/0004/2012/0004005689.pdf
  34. ^ Kyowa Technique The Osaka Loop Line Anjigawa Bridge is completed.January 34 issue http://www.kyowa-ei.com/jpn/download/technical/magazine/giho_topics/to50/giho_topics_030.pdf
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  36. ^ The power of Hanshin Expressway technology Tempozan Ohashi http://www.hanshin-exp.co.jp/company/skill/picture/003_tenpozanohashi.html
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