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To most tourists who have traveled across this bridge, would feel that it is just a regular bridge. I am sure that the construction of this bridge was a major source of pride to the locals enough that they added an exhibition hall to showcase...More
We drove across the long suspension bridge on our way from Cape Chikyu to our hotel at Lake Toya. The beautifully constructed bridge certainly caught our attention. Having said that, we wouldn't drive there specifically to see the bridge though.
Hakucho (Swan) Bridge is a beautiful (and very long) bridge that crosses Muroran Bay, connecting shipping ports on either side. The suspension section of the bridge is 720 m, but the entire length is an impressive 1380 m. Opened in April, 1998, it incorporated windmills...More
At the nearby Museum we were able to enjoy their small cafe and afterwards wandered through their very informative rooms containing all sorts of information about the construction of the bridge. The upper floor has nice views of the bridge.