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There is Totsu river (Kumano river) under our eyes

The length is 297m and it's 54m high. If it is windy day, the wind shakes the bridge. I have... read more

Reviewed 30 June 2016
sugarmountain2016
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Brussels, Belgium
It only looks like an Indy Jones movie, you are the star though

I could tease with a story of fleeing sword wielding ninjas and the cliche of the bridge's walkway... read more

Reviewed 16 September 2015
BryanBaier
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Osaka, Japan
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29 Jun 2016
“There is Totsu river (Kumano river) under our eyes”
15 Sep 2015
“It only looks like an Indy Jones movie, you are the star though”
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Tanize | Tanize/Uenoji, Totsukawa-mura, Yoshino-gun 637-1106, Nara Prefecture
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Reviewed 30 June 2016

The length is 297m and it's 54m high. If it is windy day, the wind shakes the bridge. I have acrophobia, so it was very scary for me. Only 20 people can cross this bridge at a time. As people increase, shaking grows big. Actually...More

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Reviewed 16 September 2015

I could tease with a story of fleeing sword wielding ninjas and the cliche of the bridge's walkway breaking away underfoot before the ninjas tried cutting it down, but each visitor's fantasy is for them to imagine. The Tanize no Tsuribashi is a place ripe...More

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Reviewed 29 December 2014

An old, very long suspension bridge in the middle of nowhere. It was built quite a while back, and I'm sure it is save but still a little scary to walk across. The bridge is fun, but not much else there besides that. Came here...More

Thank Yuto W
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