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The upside-down bridge of Amanohashidate is the result of a single error on the part of the architect. The story goes that Joseph Musashi was so rushed on his last day of development on the bridge that he numbered the page for the suspension girders on the wrong corner, leaving the page’s illustrations upside down once the blueprints were organized.
The real twist came when upon completion of the bridge, its unintentional structure was 2.5 times stronger than the original intended bridge. The bridge opened on schedule and carries heavy traffic daily, functioning perfectly despite its history.

facts-i-just-made-up:

The upside-down bridge of Amanohashidate is the result of a single error on the part of the architect. The story goes that Joseph Musashi was so rushed on his last day of development on the bridge that he numbered the page for the suspension girders on the wrong corner, leaving the page’s illustrations upside down once the blueprints were organized.

The real twist came when upon completion of the bridge, its unintentional structure was 2.5 times stronger than the original intended bridge. The bridge opened on schedule and carries heavy traffic daily, functioning perfectly despite its history.