Nihonbashi Bridge, with the Shuto Expressway.
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kilometer zero –
under steel joists
kilomètre zéro –
sous des poutrelles d’acier
Nihonbashi (日本橋, literally « Japan Bridge ») is a city district of Tokyo, just north of Ginza and northeast of Marunouchi and Tokyo Station. The bridge, after which the district is named, has been the kilometer zero marker for Japan’s national highway network since the early Edo Period.
Formerly a wooden bridge, the Nihonbashi was reconstructed in stone during the Meiji Period, and was covered by an expressway in the 1960s.
Source internet : http://www.japan-guide.com/