Naruto Skyline, Naruto

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#1 of 6 in Scenic Drive in Shikoku
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  • Drive on a sunny autumn day, ♪ juso such beautiful scenery, though, sorry. I think even though the spectacular national parks and waste. I want enhance dissemination of information a bit more.
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  • Macrohairs island in the Naruto Park through mountains of Shimada to Shikoku, is 11 m long driving course. Bridge across the Seto Inland Sea and small Naruto Strait and views from all sides bridge seen Observatory in the middle would be nice. That and the previous toll road was also released for free in 1996. When you return to the Tokushima airport from the Naruto Park has been through.
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  • If it is to promote bian Kagawa Prefecture along the sea road to Mms bridge in the future, will want the passage Mms スカイライン, due to these individual sections are the design of elevated bridge, so very high, Field of view is also very good, you can see the week bian waters! But this must leave car here in the future!
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The largest selection of places to stay in Naruto concentrates around the main train station, with the central area spreading out across the river eastward to the coast. Business hotels occupy new-build blocks, some luxury options sit in older buildings, and guesthouses lie on the side streets of this convenient, central district. Luxury and standard beachfront hotels line the expressway to the north, all the way up to where the bridge crosses Naruto Strait.
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