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Myojin Bridge

Azumi Kamikochi, Kamikochi, Nagano Prefecture
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Nice Bridge

Walked over this bridge after visiting the Myojin Pond and stopping at the small inn/café nearby... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Beautiful bridge

It's a scenic spot in Kamikochi after more than an hour walk from the visitor centre. Most people... read more

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2 weeks ago
“Nice Bridge”
2 weeks ago
“Beautiful bridge”
Azumi Kamikochi, Kamikochi, Nagano Prefecture
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Walked over this bridge after visiting the Myojin Pond and stopping at the small inn/café nearby and to cross and walk back to Kamikochi the other side of the river.

Thank NPR1973
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It's a scenic spot in Kamikochi after more than an hour walk from the visitor centre. Most people will walk until Myojin and cross this bridge and return to the visitor centre thus covering the trails on both side of the Asuza river.

Thank chewsa
Reviewed November 3, 2016

During our walks around Kamikochi we visited all the bridges within an hour of the town and really enjoyed this one.

Thank AnanB
Reviewed August 21, 2016

After a couple mile walk, one reaches the Myojin Bridge--just past the pond. It is a suspension bridge, so don't be surprised if it moves a little when you walk on it. The bridge itself is modern, strong and like many others but the setting...More

1  Thank speninosmith
Reviewed August 20, 2016

It is one of the most scenic spot in Japan and features vast virgin forests of birch trees and Japanese larch trees. To enjoy hiking, comfortable walking shoes (trekking shoes or sneakers) and outfits are recommended. Many trails are unpaved in Chubusangaku National Park including...More

Thank Pragati G
Reviewed July 2, 2016

It is a relaxing place. Not many people coz you have to walk to the bridge on foot only. Many people and tours stop at Kappa Bridge and Kamikochi Tourism Center. If you walk further, you will see such a beautiful area. We saw a...More

Thank mwfwinnie
Reviewed June 27, 2016

You have to walk theough rough terrain to reach this bridge. From Kappa Bashi, it is about one hour. But on the way I stop many times to take photos before I reach this bridge. Then make a cup of tea from the river water...More

1  Thank 930nihalp
Reviewed October 14, 2015

I know i keep saying this but everything about this place is amazingly beautiful.Yes even the bridge.Worth a visit.I wish i could camped here for a few days.

Thank MiaMB357
Reviewed September 12, 2015

I was able to take pictures with this bridge with no other tourists in the background, both in the evening as well as in the morning. It was unfeasible in the case of Kappa bridge. It is worth it walking further from the bus stop...More

Thank Shirley Y
Reviewed November 2, 2013

This bridge is quite a long walk from the nearest bus drop off point back at Kappabashi Bridge. The paths are clear and sometimes you have to be very careful as you really need to watch where you are walking, especially on the raised walkways...More

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