Tanohata Bridge

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Tanohata Bridge
田野畑大橋
Shimohei-Gun, Iwate, Japan
377 feet high / 115 meters high
607 foot span / 185 meter span
1984


The Tanohata bridge crosses a deep canyon in Japan’s Iwate prefecture. Like so many Japanese arch bridges from the 1980s, Tanohata has 2 steel box beam ribs. Measuring 607 feet (185 mtrs) between hinges, the ribs support deck spans of 37.7 feet (11.5 mtrs) along with a steel ‘keystone’ 36 feet (11 mtrs) long.


田野畑大橋は岩手県の深い峡谷に架かっています。日本の80年代からの多くのアーチ橋のように、田野畑大橋には2つの鋼箱ビームリブがあります。ヒンジ間の長さは185m、そして長さ11mの鋼鉄“キイストーン”とともにリブ補強デッキは11.5mにわたります。


Image by Japanese Society of Civil Engineers.


Image by www.ja-iwate.or.jp.

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