Momijidani Suspension Bridge, Nasushiobara

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Momijidani Suspension Bridge is located in Nasushiobara. Using our world travel planner, Nasushiobara attractions like Momijidani Suspension Bridge can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • August 9, 2017
    Is not particularly what's good is bad, too much too ordinary, the evaluation 3. Crossing the bridge ahead a little bit more like twist. The dams are almost seen like. I think if you go to a late October leaves are beautiful?.
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  • August 6, 2017
    Yuh has plenty of suspension bridge, but in Maple Valley large bridge's features are (1) (320 m) (2) fee (adults 300 yen) (3) (very large) parking is. Usually other flames (1) (length 16-100 m) (2) (3) parking (ordinary or not) is free. From section suspension bridge is a suspension bridge in Yara so-called souvenir shop, restaurant "tourist destinations around the lovers or something, I kannagi, I'm not paint the Maple Bridge is a controversial choice so that like the so-called"extras",.  And charges are applicable. Is not good as if old people and children together, offering enjoyable spot. From there other suspension bridge in nasushiobara, steep, old and hard to go.
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  • July 31, 2017
    Takes Yuh dam reservoir, the largest suspension bridge in the 300 yen takes a toll. Is the suspension bridge for tourist purposes, but if it could not. Fall foliage season might be good.
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