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Akashi Kaikyo Bridge Exhibition Center, Kobe

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  • This exhibition centre basically tells the history and the construction process of the Akashi Kaikyo bridge. Very nice exhibits and there are also a mini theater playing 3D documentary related to the ...  more »
  • I visited the Exhibition center with my colleagues. We watched short film about bridge and introduced the details of the bridge. Also understand the building process of the bridge. It is so interestin...  more »
  • While in Japan for holiday we went to visit this museum that explain and show you how they build the Maiko Bridge that you can see next to it. Is very interesting to see all the process they have done...  more »
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  • As you would normally expect from a Japanese exhibition center, everything that you need to see is presented here in a creative way. They are playing videos (related to the bridge) in a small theater there. But the explanation is in Japanese. But there are also screens with small video clips in between the exhibits which is also in English too. These are very helpful to understand about the creation and existence of the bridge. The structures and simulations are also very attractive. They close this center around 5-6 pm. So, you should go there early and watch the exhibition center. After it is closed, you can enjoy the beautiful sunset from under the Akashi Kaikyo bridge itself.
  • We made an unplanned stop, hopping off this station just so we could take a photograph of the Akashi Kaikyo Bridge. It was really windy so buckle up.
  • small but informative.
  • Longest suspension bridge!
  • Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge, until the spec also understand what is is. In struggling to get themselves that it was not. Also, keeping the led's are thought. Process will do little for Hyogo Prefecture, now, to the natural landscape, but was fine. Maiko lived soon after the quake, so profound. It's immediately before the completion of the bridge at the time. Look at the bridge was almost completed "never give up! "And it seemed. It's nostalgic. We are proud of the Hyogo Prefecture.
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