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Kintaikyo Bridge

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Kintaikyo Bridge

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1 Iwakuni, Iwakuni 741-0062 Yamaguchi Prefecture
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TassieTripping wrote a review Jul 2020
Hobart, Australia546 contributions51 helpful votes
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Took the bus from Iwakuni Station to the stop a two minute walk from the bridge as part of the good value bridge, ropeway, castle combination ticket. The bridge was beautiful to look at, both on top and underneath, although as others have said be ready for the wide shallow steps that can be quite spot on the downward slope until you get used to them. I bought an icecream to eat on the way back before I saw the sign that asked you not to eat or drink on the bridge.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Dillon T wrote a review Apr 2020
Osseo, Michigan3 contributions
Stunning view and great for holidays. Lots of nice places around and some fishing available nearby..
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Brando Manrique wrote a review Mar 2020
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Visiting on a bike ride got an opportunity to see such a historic bridge. You can cross it for free at certain times of the day.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Barossa-Epicure wrote a review Feb 2020
Bowden, Australia320 contributions150 helpful votes
Easy to reach via train to Iwakuni (from Hiroshima) and then a local bus to the end stop by the river. You have to pay to cross it (nominal charge for a return ticket). There are 5 arches on this wooden bridge with varying gradients and not suitable for wheelchairs or prams. Great gardens on the other side of the river to visit before you return.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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pollyoppy wrote a review Jan 2020
Ormskirk, United Kingdom1263 contributions420 helpful votes
Amazingly beautiful structure. Walking across it feels rather strange as there are both shallow steps and no steps. Like no other bridge anywhere. You have to pay for a return even if you are only going one way.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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