Modoribashi Bridge or "Bridge of Revival" was so named because of a legend involving Kiyotsura Miyoshi, a renowned professor of literature, and his son, back in 918. Jozo, the son of the professor's son, was rushing back to Kyoto from remote Kishu-Kumano, having received news of his father's death. When he arrived at Modoribashi Bridge in Kyoto, the funeral procession was just passing over the bridge. Jozo, leaning on the coffin, shouted to the heaven in a plea to speak to his father one last time. Perhaps by the mercy of the heavens, the father revived for a moment, and they exchanged a few words of farewell.
auto-translate 因为有一个传说，有名的文学教授Kiyotsura Miyoshi和他的儿子，918年，传说中的异教桥“Modoribashi Bridge”或“复兴之桥”得名。教授的儿子Jozo从遥远的地方赶回京都Kishu-Kumano收到他父亲去世的消息。当他到达京都的Modoribashi桥时，葬礼队伍刚从桥上经过。 Jozo靠着棺材，向天堂呼喊，最后一次和父亲说话。也许是天上的慈悲，父亲复活了一会儿，他们交换了几句告别。京都市
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