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Impressive structure, worth a look

As wooden suspension bridges go, this is a beaut. One of the longest suspension bridges in Japan... read more

Reviewed 27 September 2017
Phoebe C
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Melbourne, Australia
Great spot to pass time

I went for a wander to the bridge as I was waiting for my train at Nagiso Station. It's not far... read more

Reviewed 24 May 2017
Brooke B
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3512-11 Yomikaki, Nagiso-machi, Kiso-gun 399-5301, Nagano Prefecture
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Reviewed 17 October 2017

We got derailed from a 6 hour hike and found ourselves in Nagiso while waiting for a train to Matsumoto. They lady at the station spoke English and recommended that we walk over and see this bridge while we waited. It was built 100 years...More

1  Thank LaTinoco
Reviewed 27 September 2017

As wooden suspension bridges go, this is a beaut. One of the longest suspension bridges in Japan, it leads over to a lovely little park. Why not wander down, stop at the supa and grab a picnic lunch and cross the bridge and eat it...More

1  Thank Phoebe C
Reviewed 30 May 2017 via mobile

Killed some time before the train and had nice views of it and from it. If you are in nagiso with an hour to kill worth a visit.

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Reviewed 24 May 2017 via mobile

I went for a wander to the bridge as I was waiting for my train at Nagiso Station. It's not far from the station, maybe 4-5 mins walk and I even saw monkeys playing on it for my troubles! Definitely worth a visit if you...More

Thank Brooke B
Reviewed 23 June 2016 via mobile

This wooden bridge is only ten mins walk from Nagiso station and is highly recommended to vist. Especially since buses to Tsumago etc don't run very often and you would find yourself haivng to much time to kill at the station. The bridge is huge...More

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Reviewed 31 March 2016 via mobile

Just 200 metres north of the station is the entrance to the bridge (next to a striking Japanese house). The bridge is also referred to as a "Japanese Modernisation Period Monument" and the concrete bits are not very attractive up close but look good from...More

Thank mrdom
Reviewed 19 April 2015

This is a sight that you need to research its history before to better appreciate it Although wooden It is a "modern" bridge & quite attractive especially when the cherry blossoms are in bloom along the river

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Reviewed 31 August 2013

We would not normally have gone out of our way to see a bridge, but this one is beautiful and has a special history - if you find yourself in Nagiso waiting for a train or a bus, walk around, cross the bridge to the...More

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