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Tsunoshima Ohashi, Shimonoseki
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An impressive architectural feat offering sweeping views, Tsunoshima Ohashi is widely considered one of Japan's most scenic bridges. Stretching across the blue ocean and connecting Shimonoseki city to Tsunoshima Island, the bridge remains the second longest in Japan, measuring in at 1,780 m (5839.9 ft) in length. Admire this bridge from the island's shoreline, then take a ride across the toll-free structure. Our Shimonoseki vacation planner makes visiting Tsunoshima Ohashi and other Shimonoseki attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • I stopped by at the Chugoku regional tour in the summer. I stopped by because it was found in a guidebook in advance. Beautiful photo was, was more beautiful sea and see the real thing. We didn't know imagine can look so wonderful in the sea of Japan. However because a bridge course road is one. Traffic congestion is terrible.
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  • Before heading to Hagi, Yamaguchi Prefecture, "Okinawa-like white sandy beaches and blue sea colors, and Kojima (tsunoshima; one will)" in good shape across the long bridge "falling into the mistake as if driving in Okinawa. I don't think this beauty's Yamaguchi Prefecture.
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  • Bridge was in Okinawa, so, and so the sea was beautiful. The curve of the bridge to the beautiful. The sea beautiful style of this bridge to the sense of drama. Noting the island is on the left when you cross. Rock ❗ Rock, ❗ have changed. Do not miss
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