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Hakucho Bridge

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Brissy2 wrote a review Jul 2019
Hervey Bay, Australia5,664 contributions288 helpful votes
We sailed very close to this traffic suspension bridge which spans 720m whilst in Muroran. They don’t allow motorbikes, bicycles or pedestrians on the bridge.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Della G wrote a review Jun 2019
Coquitlam, Canada808 contributions330 helpful votes
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 the construction details of this bridge. It is not as expansive or impressive as some bridges across the world but it has its own charm and it has the distinction of being the largest suspension bridge in eastern Japan. Overall, a very admirable bridge viewed from a distant.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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LLTan wrote a review Jun 2019
Singapore, Singapore199 contributions249 helpful votes
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.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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CruisersRus wrote a review Apr 2019
Mount Albert812 contributions253 helpful votes
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 along its span to generate power for the nearby golf park. The bridge is important to cruise ships as well because of a much needed shuttle service connection to Muroran city centre, if docked at far away Hakucho Bay.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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UniquePerth wrote a review Nov 2018
Canberra315 contributions66 helpful votes
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.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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