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Tanizeno Tsuribashi, Totsukawa-mura

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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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  • You can go up to Shingu Totsukawa village off the Yamato-Yagi station with NARA Kotsu Bus. On its way to the longest (with foot drop) has a large suspension bridge. Look, and once the value is!
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  • Frequented by tourists is Totsukawa village tanise suspension bridge is also used for life. It's free traffic. Car parking is available and the regular car is 500 yen. Konjac in the esophagus located beside the bridge, spit in his wake.
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  • Bridge just swaying in the Middle, but had wavered. Crossing the bridge is free, but parking will take. It is dropped in the Middle, South to Wakayama and Koyasan, encountered in the Middle wild antelope. Tension rose to an unexpected encounter. Driving than narrow, timidly was a way to get the valuable experience in many ways.
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