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Kintaikyo Bridge

Kintaikyo Bridge

Kintaikyo Bridge is a unique wooden bridge with 5 arches over the Nishikigawa River and is a symbol of the Iwakuni area. This wooden bridge was skilfully constructed without the use of a single nail, and is known to be one of Japan's three most beautiful bridges.

Kintaikyo Bridge

Kintaikyo Bridge
Access
15 min. by local bus from JR Shin Iwakuni Station to Kintaikyo bus terminal
Admission
300 yen (adults) / 150 yen (children)
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