One of the three famous bridges in Japan, a five-storied wooden arch bridge over the clear stream Nishikigawa
One of Japan's three famous bridges, a five-storied wooden arch bridge over the clear stream Nishikigawa. Founded in 1673 by Hiroyoshi Kikkawa, the lord of the Iwakuni domain, the structure of the arched bridge is elaborate and original, and it is said to be impeccable even from the viewpoint of modern bridge engineering. As the name "Nishiki" suggests, you can enjoy the colorful scenery of the four seasons, with cherry blossoms in the spring, night views of cormorant fishing and fireworks in the summer, colored leaves in the fall, and snow makeup in the winter.
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- From 8:00 to 17:00. Sightseeing season (mid-March to mid-September) until 18:00. Summer (late July to end of August) until 19:00
* You can enter the bridge 24 hours a day, but it will be off from 22:00. * When there are no people at the tollhouse, please put the charge in the night charge box and cross. "
- Adults (junior high school students and above) 310 yen. Elementary school student 150 yen. <Group 15 or more> Adults (junior high school students and above) 260 yen. Elementary school student 120 yen
- 〒741-0062Iwakuni City Iwakuni 1-chome
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