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Iwama Chinka Bridge, Shimanto
(4.3/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • 40010 trip in Kochi I visited. From the R441 bridge. Until that evening was due to give way in the car, taking pictures with the collaboration of the Shimanto River and it was raining on the day of visit. And there was a guide there are boats from the bridge overlooking the, Miyama Hiroshi Shimanto River camping. I thought it is sunny during the day, to clean the River to visit a.
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  •  Michi no eki belt done going down towards from 441 issue, just take a photo from the national side was made right in construction. Saw oncoming cars on the way gingerly across the River, but fortunately stayed two more parking there are parking spaces for had crossed. From the narrow roads in the village guardroom on the road finally modern arch bridge to route. Settlement bridge hopping out to Nakamura, route, however narrow also place cars do not confident driving differences, or back, so caution is required.
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  • So of course the bridge itself was narrow path going down to the bridge, crossing by car requires attention enough. Stopped vehicles cross the bridge in two if there was a space. Keep in mind along the road on the bridge and within walking distance from there were a lot of people have crossed the bridge on foot, as usual.
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