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Shinkyo

2307 Sannai | Nikko Futarasann Shrine, Nikko 321-1431, Tochigi Prefecture
+81 288-54-0535
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Look from the road

Good that you need to pay to cross it, then not so many people decide to stand on the bridge😉 i... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Pepusina
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Leeuwarden
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It is only a bridge...but what a great bloody bridge!

I have wanted to see this red lacquered masterpiece for a long time and I loved it. The icy light... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Mandy B
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2307 Sannai | Nikko Futarasann Shrine, Nikko 321-1431, Tochigi Prefecture
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Good that you need to pay to cross it, then not so many people decide to stand on the bridge😉 i liked also the view in the night, but still, it is just a bridge.

Thank Pepusina
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I have wanted to see this red lacquered masterpiece for a long time and I loved it. The icy light blue water roaring underneath surrounded by trees of green, orange, yellow and red leaves, at this time of year...just bloody beautiful

Thank Mandy B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Nice historical wooden bridge at the North West edge of Nikko, on the way to NP Nikko with several amazing temples. A very popular spot for photographs, although you cannot walk on it - it is closed.

Thank Advisor_Miro
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Can easily view from sidewalk - water runs in small rapids under - easy to get to - great for quintessential Japanese photo op

Thank JSB80209
Reviewed October 17, 2017 via mobile

In the lower part of Nikko you can see the bridge that is beutiful and curious to see but you hace to pay to cross to the other side. Its conveniently located close to the shops and restautants and Its Orange colour and shape makes...More

Thank Iria s
Reviewed October 12, 2017

Walked past this iconic bridge on the way to Toshogu Shrine and like many tourists, this is a good spot to take some photos shots.

Thank RoamingHorse
Reviewed October 2, 2017

Unfortunately the bridge was closed. The view from the car bridge is good but full of cars and noise. Worth a look and walk

Thank mikervet
Reviewed September 13, 2017

there is a paid path and a public path, and both offers awesome view of this bridge. very scenic and quiet!

Thank aychuen
Reviewed August 31, 2017

The bridge located beautifully among mountains and the river. The color of the river is emerald! Good to take a rest in front of the bridge watching the Shinkyo , river and the mountains. Best moment to meditate.

Thank Hirakawa_Eki
Reviewed August 29, 2017

There is an admission fee to get in and walk on the bridge. We didn't want to pay another admission fee so we just took our pictures from the front. If you are visiting the shrines at Nikko, then you cannot miss Shinkyo.

Thank cindyjan14
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