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  1. Nihonbashi - Wikipedia

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    Nihonbashi (日本橋) is a business district of Chūō, Tokyo, Japan which grew up around the bridge of the same name which has linked two sides of the Nihonbashi River at this site since the 17th century. The first wooden bridge was completed in 1603.

  2. Nipponbashi - Wikipedia

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    Nipponbashi (日本橋) is a shopping district of Naniwa Ward, Osaka, Japan. The area is centered along Sakaisuji Avenue, extending from the Ebisu-chō Interchange of the Hanshin Expressway in the south, to Nansan-dōri (just east of Nankai Namba Station) in the north.

  3. Nihonbashi (日本橋, literally Japan Bridge), also romanized as Nihombashi, is a business district of Chūō in Tokyo, Japan. The district grew up around the bridge of the same name. The bridge connects two sides of the Nihonbashi River. A series of bridges at the same site have had the same name since the 17th century.

  4. Nihonbashi River - Wikipedia

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    The Nihonbashi River (日本橋川, Nihonbashi-gawa) is a river which flows through central Tokyo, Japan. It is a distributary river of the Kanda River and flows into the Sumida River near the Eitai Bridge.

    • 4.8 km (3.0 mi)
    • Japan
  5. Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower - Wikipedia

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    The Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower (日本橋三井タワー) is a skyscraper located in Chūō, Tokyo, Japan. The 192-metre, 34-storey building is primarily used for office space with the upper floors occupied by a hotel. Its construction was completed in 2005. It is connected by an underground concourse to the Tokyo Metro Mitsukoshimae Station.

  6. Nihombashi Station - Wikipedia

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    Nihombashi Station (日本橋駅, Nihonbashi-eki) is a subway station in the Nihonbashi district of Tokyo, Japan, jointly operated by Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation (Toei) and Tokyo Metro

    • 1 Nihonbashi, Chūō-ku, Tokyo, Japan
    • G-11 (Ginza Line), T-10 (Tōzai Line), A-13 (Asakusa Line)
    • December 24, 1932
    • 6
  7. Category:Nihonbashi - Wikimedia Commons

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    English: The Nihonbashi is a bridge in Tokyo. 日本語: ... In Wikipedia Add links. This page was last edited on 21 January 2020, at 10:20.

  8. Higashi-nihombashi Station - Wikipedia

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    The station serves the Higashi-Nihonbashi, Bakuro and Yokoyama neighborhoods. History. Higashi-nihombashi Station opened on May 31, 1962, as a station on Toei Line 1. In 1978, the line took its present name. Connections. The station is connected with two neighboring stations on other lines by underground passages:

    • 3-11-8-saki Higashi-Nihonbashi, Chūō-ku, Tokyo, Japan
    • A-15
  9. Nihonbashi – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    Nihonbashi (日本橋,? literally Ponte do Japão), ou Nihombashi, é um distrito empresarial de Chuo, Tóquio, Japão que cresceu ao redor da ponte de mesmo nomes que conectava os dois lados do Rio Nihonbashi no local desde o século XVII.

  10. 日本橋 (東京都中央区) - Wikipedia

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    広域地名としての日本橋は、東京都中央区北部で、旧日本橋区全域を指す。 後述の「日本橋 (町名)」以外で、最寄り鉄道駅名や通称で「日本橋」を冠していなくても、行政上の町名が「日本橋~」である地域も多く、八重洲一丁目も含む 。