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Hakata-Oshima Bridge, Imabari

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Bridge Tourist Spot
The Hakata-Ōshima Bridge is a Japanese suspension bridge, part of the 59 kilometer Nishiseto Expressway connecting the islands of Honshū and Shikoku. Completed in 1988, it has a main span of 560 meters and connects Hakatajima with Ōshima. The expressway connects seven small islands and also includes several other long span bridges including the Tatara Bridge, the Innoshima Bridge, and the Kurushima-Kaikyō Bridge.
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  • Oshima on the side, just from the Oshima Hakata Observatory is located on the Oshima bridge in front of tunnel mountain. Fishing Mountain Observatory named bridge with panoramic view, very nice.
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  • Border also in Chugoku and Shikoku district border, by passing on a bicycle, was deeply moved. Indicators of the border is in the middle of the bridge, so take a look at a picture.
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  • Daughter of the Murakami Pirates of nojima looks! Bike trail is a wide range, try to stop interfere with traffic. It is amazing ocean current flowing beneath. The sound is.
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Where to stay in Imabari

The accommodations of Imabari sit in the main city center on Shikoku, as well as on the islands of Oshima, Hakata, and Omishima. Business hotels predominate in the main urban area close to the station, with standard rooms, pools, and onsite restaurants. The islands offer more variety and character when it comes to places to stay. Look along the coast of each and you'll find traditional guesthouses, known as ryokans, as well as a couple of larger resorts.
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