If you make it all the way to Tokushima, why not experience the outstanding thrills of Kazura-bashi?

Kazura-bashi is a bridge spanning Iyagawa, a river that runs through a deep forest.This bridge has hundreds of years of history and has been designated a significant tangible folk cultural asset by the Japanese government.
It is 45 meters from bank to bank and 2 meters wide, and it is 14 meters above the surface of the water.
When you step foot on it, it creaks and sways slowly from right to left, providing plenty of thrills!
▼Watch a “Kazura-bashi in Iya” video here!
■Tel.No.(Miyoshi City Tourism Association):0120-404-344
■Address:345-1 Nishi-iya Yamamura Zentoku, Miyoshi City, Tokushima
■Hours:From sunrise to sunset
■Closed:Open 365 days
■Price: \500 to cross the bridge (scheduled to be \550 from Oct., 2014)
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