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Tanise Suspension Bridge

"Tanise suspension bridge" is a suspension bridge of iron wire, 297 meters in length, 54 meters in height from the river surface, was cross-linked in 1954. This bridge is surrounded by deep mountains, and the Totsu River flows under the eyes. You can enjoy a thrilling aerial walk in exceptional scenery. It was the longest sidewalk suspension bridge in Japan from 1954 to 1994 completed, but in 1994 Ibaraki prefecture 's Ryujin Large Suspension Bridge was completed and it gave way to Japan' s top position. "Tanise suspension bridge" is now a sightseeing spot representing Totsukawa village, but originally it is a suspension bridge for daily life.

Nara / North Region

Nara / South Region