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Tanizeno Tsuribashi, Totsukawa-mura
(4.4/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
Test your mettle traversing Tanizeno Tsuribashi, a footbridge suspended high above a verdant valley. Built in 1954 to enable the easy transit of mail, goods, and students from one village to another, it still serves its purpose to this day. As a sightseer, you'll gain spectacular views across the countryside, and due to the bridge's structure, the ground right below your feet. Be sure to bring your camera, and note that this may not be the best destination for those who have a fear of heights. Take a look at our Totsukawa-mura trip builder to schedule your visit to Tanizeno Tsuribashi and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • But somehow returned the second experience was nice until the Middle, but when young gait foot about 10 m memory.
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  • It was a night when I went. At the entrance to have electric lights. See dark area, so only the foot plate below views didn't, so was not rather afraid of? On the day of no wind there was no bouncing. But you better not try to.
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  • As a river hot springs on the way were looking forward to. But the effect of wind and shaking than is taken aback. Finished without mercy at last back in the middle of a result. I would attempt to challenge it again next year.
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