The Japanese Covered Bridge or Cau Chua Pagoda (in Vietnamese “Cau Nhat Ban”) is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Hoi An, Vietnam.

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The Japanese Covered Bridge in Hoi An is a beautiful example of the Japanese architecture of the period.

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Japanese Covered bridge was constructed in the 1590s by the Japanese community of Hoi An

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Inside the Japanese Covered Bridge lies a temple of the northern God Tran Vo Bac De. This God is considered the God of Weather.

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Japanese Covered Bridges is one of the most ancient bridge in Vietnam

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The night overview of Japanese Covered Bridges

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In the destinations of Hoi An is Japanese Covered Bridge is considered as a symbol with a lot of meaning relating to the culture, the life and history of Hoi An people so far. Japanese Covered Bridge is not only a popular site with the locals in Hoi An but also it is very closely with the domestic and foreign tourist once visiting Hoi An.

Japanese Covered Bridge was built since the beginning of 17th century by Japanese merchants with 18m length, it is laid via a channel to be flowed through Hoai River, this is a branch of Thu Bon River. Japanese Covered Bridge was also re-built in 1817 with many beautiful patterns. Japanese Covered Bridge is very famous with Bridge Pagoda, both of Japanese Covered Bridge and Bridge Pagoda is made by wood, it is carved very skillful and carefully. The bridge face is turn to the river very beautiful.

Japanese Covered Bridge also has an another name is Lai Vien Bridge, it was named by Nguyen Phuc Chu Lord who visited Hoi An in 1719, this name means that Hoi An always ready welcome all people from everywhere to visit. Arrival to Japanese Covered Bridge, the tourist will have a chance to see a historical Bridge Pagoda, at here the tourist always feel very peaceful in an ancient place as Hoi An. Bridge Pagoda is one of the relic with very special architectures in Vietnam, with the locals in Hoi An is Bridge Pagoda is the soul and the symbol that existed over four centuries. Bridge Pagoda has been restored at least six times but it is still kept the ancient and original features. Specially, Bridge Pagoda was accepted as the National cultural and historical relic in 1990.

Japanese Covered Bridge and Bridge Pagoda are two of the most famous and historical sites in Hoi An, it is located right center of Hoi An Old Quarter, it is very easy and worthwhile for the tourist to find and visit these sites in both of the daytime or nighttime, so that this is the palaces where the tourist should be missed on the trip to the old town of Hoi An.

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