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Kintai Bridge

1 Iwakuni, Iwakuni 741-0062, Yamaguchi Prefecture
+81 827-41-1477
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If you live in Iwakuni, you will find yourself coming back alot

Lots of good memories to be made at this bridge, whether you walk across it or just enjoy it from... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
zacharysmithr
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Iwakuni, Japan
Amazing view, and great history

Kintai bridge is in such a picturesque area, surrounded by mountains, with a castle on top. It has... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Dasha Z
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Tokyo, Japan
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1 Iwakuni, Iwakuni 741-0062, Yamaguchi Prefecture
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+81 827-41-1477
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Lots of good memories to be made at this bridge, whether you walk across it or just enjoy it from afar, it's beauty and elegance lasts a lifetime, I will never forget the Kintai Bridge.

Thank zacharysmithr
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Kintai bridge is in such a picturesque area, surrounded by mountains, with a castle on top. It has a long history of 400 years and unique construction. Only samurai could cross this bridge in past days. Also there are good places to have a dinner...More

Thank Dasha Z
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Kintai Bridge is the gateway to the Iwakuni Castle. Both of them are centuries old pieces of Japan's history and you should not miss them! Any cab will take you here, just say "Kintaikyo Onegaishimasu," or "KEEN tie kyo Oh neh GUY she mas"...More

Thank bzkarasek
Reviewed 1 July 2017

It is a bridge. Beautiful, yes, exciting, not so much. May be because I am a mechanical engineer, not a civil engineer. You will have to pay to cross it, so if you do not want to pay for it, park the other side of...More

Thank Traveling_Diaspora
Reviewed 1 July 2017

A historical attraction, the bridge with a distinct architecture is well maintained, if the weather is good you can enjoy quite well the water edge, go to the top of the mountain for a look at the castle, small one though.There is a temple on...More

Thank williefil13
Reviewed 18 June 2017 via mobile

What a beautiful historic bridge. Large wooden structure with little steps so be careful when walking. Small fee of 300 yen to walk across and back. Definitely worth doing. A lovely park on the other side. The scenery is breathtaking. If you don't have a...More

Thank Nichole H
Reviewed 10 June 2017

Nice piece of ancient Japanese engineering, the 5-arches wooden bridge sits on large stone pillars, oversized to resist to the violent floods of the Nishiki River. Good spot for some interesting photos, especially looking around on the river sides. It can be a two-hours extension...More

2  Thank MaxTaverna
Reviewed 28 May 2017

Originally built to withstand constant flooding of the Nishiki River, the bridge's 1673 engineering was so sound that apart from introducing nails for its 1953 rebuild, it met modern standards without alteration to its original design. With a series of five wooden arches, the bridge...More

1  Thank Jet Age Explora A
Reviewed 27 May 2017

Stunning scenery. Peaceful atmosphere. Memorable experience. I visited Kintai Bridge during the chilly winter in January 2017. Although 1++ hours was required to reach the location, the time spent on commuting was really worthwhile. There are quite a number of things to do around the...More

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Thank Luk Y
Reviewed 23 May 2017 via mobile

My husband and I walked under the bridge and bought some Iwakuni sushi from a vendor, then we ate it on a bench overlooking the water. We paid ¥940 to cross the bridge, take the cable car up to and from the castle, and for...More

Thank Brittany T
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JayLe80
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Response from Jet Age Explora A | Reviewed this property |
On Japan's southern, subtropical islands of Okinawa, cherry blossoms open as early as January. At the opposite end of Japan, the northern island of Hokkaido, they bloom as late as May. Various websites display sakura... More
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Graham R
17 February 2017|
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I would suggest at least an Hour; unless you are just trying to make a trip so you can tell folks back home you visited the Ropeway, Castle and the view over the "Valley" . Probably 10/15 minutes from Ropeway to Castle. The... More
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