The ruins of the former Mansebashi station are back! maAch Marche Cute Kanda Mansei Bridge Opening soon

A commercial facility “mAAch Marchie Cute Kanda Mansei Bridge” using the remains of the former Manseibashi station built during the Taisho period will finally open on 9 and 14.

This time, we will introduce this facility which will be opened in front of you.

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The prospect cafe deck which remodeled the old Mansebashi station's home

Marche Cute Kanda Manseibashi is a commercial facility that reuses the remains of Manseibashi Station, which was once located between Chudan Kanda and Ochanomizu.
This facility will see the light of day for the first time in 1943 years since 70 was suspended.

Marche cute Kanda Mansei Bridge seen from Akihabara area. The construction was also in the final stage. You can enjoy the view cafe deck where you go up the stairs from the inside and remodel the old Mansebashi station's home ^ ^

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There is an open deck outside the March Ecute Kanda Mansei Bridge adjacent to the Kanda River.

Good atmosphere at night.

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On the opening day of 14, it seems that 4 restaurants, cafes and 8 shops will be lined up.

maAch March Ecute Kanda Mansei Bridge shop information

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From the other side of Kandagawa, I will put in many shops.

I feel that the red brick with the season is good ^ ^

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This is "1935 stairs". 1935 (Showa 10) This is a staircase created when the new building of the Railway Museum (later traffic museum) was built.

This is also the first time in 70.

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The remaining station buildings are the second generation built in Taisho 14. The first generation seems to have been destroyed at the time of the Great Kanto Earthquake.

Still, it is valuable that the station building which survived the war disaster still exists.

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Marche Cute Kanda Mansei Bridge is finally the grand opening on 9 Mon 14.

It seems that various events are also planned (^ ^)

maAch March Ecute Kanda Mansei Bridge



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