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Mikaeri Suspension Bridge, Nasushiobara

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  • Length approx. 100 m, width is 1 m. Swinging suspension bridge of shiobara, if you enjoy the thrill this bridge is recommended. On the bridge to take pictures, you can realize the narrowness. It is incomprehensible, so parking is immediately in front of road tunnel entrance and small openings. You must go aimed at navigation. Broom River depth becomes deep around the turns a little quaint. Fall foliage season is best as it named "involuntarily recalled views-historical bridge".
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  • Width 1 m, length is the suspension bridge 100 m, say 30 m height from the surface of the water. It is not only here in this Valley have been bridged the various bridge. Especially great is the Maple Valley large suspension bridge. It is a bridge from here said that in 1987, was built 30 years ago. Peeking out from the bridge is more than size of a suspension bridge Indigo and of the elaborate water say, dark color of the water you can feel the thrill in our (and think), but I'm no fear from because my eyes are weak at the age of, and. I'm writing in retrospect, reading "Michael". Interesting in its own way, seems pretty sturdy, but reasonably so, and.
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  • We visited 6 November . You need climb up down slope and staircase about 15 minutes then you can reach suspension bridge . Not difficult to hiking , but highly recommend you wear hiking shoes or sport...  more »

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Because Nasushiobara is known for its healing hot springs and skiing, many visitors wish to stay at a resort with access to these attractions. However, a number of other options cater to a range of travelers with different budgets and interests. Rental homes, cottages, and camping grounds offer visitors on a budget some atmospheric alternatives to the many resorts and spas in Nasushiobara. If you have trouble booking a place to stay here, look for accommodations in the nearby city of Nasu.
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