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This is an earthen bridge crossing the inner moat. It was built in 1906 as a celebration of victory in the Russo-Japanese war. The name derives from the name of the district in which its gardens are located, which was called Iwaida-machi then. From the Iwaida-bashi Bridge, pedestrians can see the Gaisen-bori moat to the west and the Hibiya-bori moat to the east.
- addressBetween Kasumigaski 1-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Hibiya Park, and the Kokyo-gaien National Garden
- access2 minutes' walk from Exit 5 or Exit 3 of Sakuradamon Station
3 minutes' walk from Exit A10 of Hibiya Station