Southern end of Hijiri-bashi Bridge is next to an exit of Ochanomizu train station, and it is close to Nikolai-do ( Holy Resurrection Cathedral in Tokyo).
You can see top of the cathedral's dome in this photo.
This is a view of Aioi-zaka Slope from Hijiri-bashi Bridge.
The slope is on Sotobori-dori Street.
Along the slope, there is a a roofed mud wall of Yushima-Seido.
If you go down the slope, you will be close to the Akihabara Electric Town.
Taiseiden is the main building of Yushima-Seido.
Yushima-Seido is a Confucian temple located in Yushima district, Bunkyo ward, and it is also a historical site of a school established by Tokugawa Shogunate in Edo period.
This is a View from KITTE roof garden.
KITTE is a commercial building located by Marunouchi side south exit of Tokyo station.
The rooftop garden is one of the most popular spot for enjoying view of Tokyo station.
This is a view from Imperial palace plaza.
This stone bridge was built in 1887, and it has been very famous for its beauty.
By the way,many people mistakenly believe that the name of this bridge is "Niju-bashi" ("double bridge"), but the name "Niju-bashi" actually indicates an steel bridge behind this stone bridge.
The stone bridge's official name is Seimon-ishi-bashi ("Stone Bridge of the Main Gate").
There is an object of Nezumi Kozo on a roof.
Nezumi Kozo ("Rat Kid") is a thief in Edo period and a hero in popular legend.
In the legend, he steals money from corrupt lords and evil merchants by creeping into their residences alone, and gives money to the poor.
"Edo Monja Hyotan" is a Monja restaurant located on Denboin street, Asakusa.
Monja is a type of traditional pan-fried food in Kanto region which made of wheat flour and other various ingredients.
In the picture on the restaurant's shutter, you can see a family in Edo period cooking and eating Monja with a small spatula.
Hozomon("Treasure-House Gate"), also called Nitenmon("Gate of Two Gods"), is the inner gate of the main entrance to Sensoji temple.
In upper part of the gate, there are storerooms with modern disaster-prevention equipment to hold Senso-ji's treasures and Buddhist objects.