Hananoibashi Bridge 0
The 6th bridge built across the Edo Canal, this bridge's name is derived from the famous nearby wellspring, the Konohananoi.
This is the 6th bridge built across the Edo Canal, constructed in 1920. This bridge's name is derived from the Konohananoi, a famous nearby well whose water the Meiji emperor used during an imperial visit to Osaka in the first year of his reign (1868). Hananoibashi Bridge disappeared along with the reclamation of the Edo Canal in 1955. Currently, on the grounds of Hananoi Junior High School stands a monument to the bridge beside the well that serves as the origin of the bridge's name.
Location〒 550-0002 2-8 Edobori, Nishi-ku, Osaka
Directions7-minute walk from Higobashi Station on the Osaka Metro Yotsubashi Line
Tel06－6615－6818 （Osaka City Construction Bureau Road Department & Bridges）