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Iya Kazura Bridge, Miyoshi

(3.8/5 based on 460+ reviews on the web)
Spanning a lush river valley, Iya Kazura Bridge stands as one of the few remaining examples of an architectural design that incorporated bundles of thick vines as the main building material. Dating back to the 12th century, this bridge was once one of 13 different crossing points in the valley. Keep in mind that although the bridge appears precarious, it is backed up by iron cables and anchored to trees on each end. Arrange your visit to Iya Kazura Bridge and discover more family-friendly attractions in Miyoshi using our Miyoshi itinerary maker.
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  • Really the only exciting in the field, in addition to the river itself. The bridge looks spectacular out and treading on the sparsity structure is not without hisnar a little inside. A must-have. Nice environment. The costs, however, 550 yen. Adult.
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  • It also went to lunch during the week of March people less and cross the bridge. Is my fear of heights were not so scary, and is about 14-15 meters height. Valley view from the center of the bridge is still beautiful. Red Mountain is beautiful in the fall foliage season when red and could imagine.
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  • So far seen over lightly, quite scary. Bridge itself and of tourist destinations, like the Kanji was cross was a good thrilling experience. 550 Yen is a little expensive but it was interesting.
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