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We stopped here on our way back to Osaka after visiting Himeji Castle. It was beautiful, awe inspiring, and the attendants in the promenade were so sweet and attentive. We arrived at the end of the day and they gave each member of our party...More
Opened in 1998, and celebrating it’s 20th birthday now. This 4klm bridge is getting a make over and being painted light blue (over the concrete pillars and undercarriage)
From Maiko Station, take the southern exit and the elevated walkways crossing the train platforms, and the...More
We have really enjoyed the walk around the promenade and also the on the bridge. The entry fee is 500 yen per person and you can take a walk along the observation area which includes also a restaurant and a gift shop. There is also...More
The bridge also has a beautiful waterside park that the locals seem to enjoy. It reminded us of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, except for the color. We found you can pay a small fee to go up to an observation area in...More
With 1991 meters or 6,523 feet of unsupported span, it is the longest suspension bridge in the world. Also known as the Pearl Bridge, the construction was finished around 1998. It serves as a connection between the city of Kobe and the Awaji Island, going...More
It’s a beautiful, graceful and also the world’s longest suspension bridge. The lovely paint color complements the sea and sky. I am very impressed with its engineering and functionality as well as its appearance. Awaji Island is also very nice.
This acclaimed longest ever suspension bridge with 3911 meters long with towering two suspension masts with admission fee about 300¥ to get atop with high altitude view. At the Maiko marine promenade , it's wonderful view of sea and bridge, over there is exhibition center...More
Very large bridge which I crossed over on the way from Osaka to Tokushima. Some nice views, but views are only available your car or bus while vehicle going across or if you get off at the first bus stop across the bridge and do...More
After getting here from Osaka, I didn't expect the bridge to be so huge. It's also a quiet peaceful area. Also, you can stay in the coolness of the shade of the bridge, or get some sun next to it, which is nice.