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Iya Kazura Bridge, Miyoshi
(3.9/5 based on 440+ 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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  • 那天我們上山的時候正在下雨,去到橋沒有多少人,因為雨有點大我們也就沒有踏上那條橋上,只在外邊拍了張照片,感覺這藤橋也挺特別的,很有特色,尤其是充滿著歷史感! 
  • Pay pay a toll bridge, located about five minutes ' walk from the parking lot, walk through the alleys and huts will appear, and the road (1 is impassable) wider spacing of the footboard step cross at night, in the round because there is probably shaky, a little walk and Biwa falls seen made that parking revert is not illuminated, is different from the daytime atmosphere there was.
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  • The bridge is totally picturesque and lovely in its setting and crossing it is a must f you've made it this far. It is a bit scary. If at all possible the Oku Kazurabashi feels more authentic and less...  more »