Kinu Tateiwa-Otsuribashi Suspension Bridge

Travel Guide - Kinu Tateiwa-Otsuribashi Suspension Bridge

Information

Kinu Tateiwa-Otsuribashi Suspension Bridge is a 140 meters long pedestrian-only suspension bridge which connects Kinugawa Onsen and Tateiwa.
Since completed in July 2009, the large suspension bridge passing 40 meters above the Kinugawa River became a new landmark in Kinugawa.
Walkers on the bridge can enjoy a wonderful view of the river’s rapids and the surrounding green mountains.
The view from the observation deck in Tateiwa is also magnificent.

Opening Hours

  • Open 24 hours

Closed

  • No closing days

Access / Public Transport

  • 15 minutes walk from Kinugawa Onsen Station on the Tobu Railway

Address / Location

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