Tanize Suspension Bridge
One of the longest and most thrilling steel suspension bridges in Japan.
Suspension Bridge, Natural Landscape
Tanize Suspension Bridge was built by the villagers in 1954 for daily use during the post-war reconstruction period. Surrounded by majestic mountains, it is one of the longest steel suspension bridges in Japan. The bridge connects Ueno and Tanize and is 297 meters long and 54 meters high.
Today, it is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Totsukawa Village.
When you cross the suspension bridge, you can enjoy a spectacular view of the clear Totsu River flowing below you. It is a great place to go on a date with its beautiful nature and the thrill it offers.
There are parking lots and souvenir stores nearby, so it is a convenient spot to stop by during your sightseeing of Nara.
The suspension bridge is long enough to give you the thrill of a big swing.
Enjoy a spectacular view of a beautiful clear stream below.
It is a great place to go on a date.
Parking lots and souvenir shops are available nearby for convenience.
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- Name in Japanese
- Postal Code
- 65-2 Uenoji, Totsukawamura, Yoshino-gun, Nara
- 0746-63-0200 (Totsukawa Village Tourism Association)
- Approximately 180 minutes by bus from Yamato Yagi Station
- Official Website
- Official Website (Japanese)