Tanise Suspension Bridge

Travel Guide - Tanise Suspension Bridge


The suspension bridge that crosses the Totsu-kawa River was built in 1954.
It is one of the largest suspension bridge in Japan, 297.7 meters in length, 54 meters in height.
There used to be a settlement along the river, but after the heavy flood in the Meiji Period (1868 – 1912), the affected people moved to Hokkaido and built Shin-Totsukawa Town there.

Opening Hours

  • Open 24 hours


  • No closing days

Access / Public Transport

  • 90 minutes from JR Gojo Station by the bus bound for Shingu. Get off at Uenoji Bus stop.

Address / Location

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Japanip @zHs4nceqaRquOAF - 2020-03-08
This is the longest suspension bridge in Japan.
The name is Tanise suspension bridge.
【about this bridge】
▲54ms hi… https://t.co/iFIF16SCH7
Tommy Carson @tommycarson - 2018-06-11
Tanise Suspension Bridge in #Nara Prefecture. 297 metres long and 54 metres high. Built in 1954 it is the longest d… https://t.co/rO6s8oncHB
Japan Hoppers @JapanHoppers - 2018-04-10
The Suspension Bridge of Tanise is located in Totsukawa, Yoshino, Nara. The bridge is a total length of 297m and ha… https://t.co/28GnTX2zjX
Off On A Whim @OffOnAWhim - 2017-06-05
Last stop in our family trip: Tanise Suspension Bridge in Nara, a famous wooden foot bridge… https://t.co/JKA2ohNVVl
Nara Visitor Center @SarusawaInn - 2016-10-04
Have you ever crossed a scary bridge?
This is the Tanise Suspension Bridge far in the south of Nara.… https://t.co/s5grmVBnQB
sachie:) twinglish @popcorn217557 - 2016-03-21
Hi!It came to the suspension bridge of Tanise! It was almost like being in the air walk! ♯twinglish https://t.co/Yt0y1ez2HT