It is said that Tsukuda Island was once divided into east and west by a canal, and a bridge is still built where there used to be a bridge connecting the two islands (Tsukuda 1 -7 -1). This photo spot is popular for its quaint atmosphere (Actually, it's concrete.) with vermilion lacquered parapets and giboshi. In the canal near the bridge, a huge tree called "Kakegi" is submerged. It is erected once every three years for the festival of Sumiyoshi-jinja Shrine as the pillar for a large banner. Famous places drawn by Utagawa Hiroshige in Edo Hyakkei can be revived.