Vegetation such as trees and shrubs are often observed at the floodplain edge in natural rivers. Spanwise profiles of streamwise velocity component are influenced significantly by the drag force of trees. That is to say, the streamwise velocity decreases locally behind trees and near the junction between the main-channel and the floodplain. This property is quite different from that observed in typical compound open-channel flows, in which the velocity profile has a single inflection point and forms a mixing layer related to large-scale horizontal vortices. In contrast, in compound open-channel flow with a one-line emergent vegetation, a “V”-shaped velocity profile appears with twin inflection points. It is thus very important to investigate these hydrodynamic properties and turbulence structure considering the emergent vegetation effects in river engineering and eco hydraulics. So, in the present study, turbulence measurements by 3-D acoustic Doppler anemometer (ADV) were conducted in 150 cm wide laboratory flume, in which 2 cm diameter and 25 cm height cylinders are placed as vegetation models with 10 cm span along the junction edge.