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Yokohama Bay Bridge, Yokohama

Categories: Bridges, Tourist Spots
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4/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web
The greatest suspension bridge in Japan at the time of its construction in 1989, Yokohama Bay Bridge spans 860 m (2,821 ft) in total, 460 meters (1,510 ft) of which cross Tokyo Bay. A symbol of Yokohama, this architectural masterpiece offers 360-degree, panoramic views of the area. Best viewed either by taking a ride on the sea ferry or from the passenger terminal deck, you can also take an organized tour across the bridge's 320 m (1,050 ft) promenade, with 12 resting spots and telescopes at 50-60 m (164-196 ft). You can also enjoy the sea breeze along the coast if you walk from Minato Mirai shopping center, which is connected to Yokohama station. Add Yokohama Bay Bridge and other attractions to your Yokohama trip itinerary using our Yokohama vacation generator.
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  • On sunny days, and is very good. Sea glitter and more. Yokohama landmarks, such as the classic view is seen from the bridge.
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  • An engineering marvel which is also a work of art! Illuminated at night which is a stunning addition to the port. 
  • Capital high riding, and Minato Mirai saw the Bay Bridge from the side. I think from the perspective of that bridge that was looked at and visit now.
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  • Nice place
  • Was new, different from the view from the ship are always view from the highway
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  • During the dinner cruise-Royal wing was taken from under the bridge. View from the bottom because it was only through the bridge by car is always good! Overlooking the port of Yokohama to shoot and look great Pat Ferris. Felt and abiding dating spot.
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  • It is very beautiful at night, pass on the ship under.
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  • One of the Japan hyakumeizan (百名山) bridge.
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