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Okuiya Niju Kazurabashi Bridge
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the gorge scenery is spectacular, but

the gorge scenery is spectacular, but we find the other double vine bridges and monkey bridges much... read more

Reviewed 3 December 2018
Calvin L
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Hong Kong
Quite The Drive

The picture shown here is basically what you will see. Just a short drive down the road is the... read more

Reviewed 12 October 2018
oyeah2015
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California
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Reviewed 20 June 2013

The pair of vine bridges, and the box they used to use to transport goods across the river make for a fun visit, and the pictures you'll get here are much nicer than those from the main bridge at the center of the valley. The bridges themselves are safe, but it still gives you a bit of a thrill to cross, and pulling yourself across in the transport box is also fun. The woods, river, and bridges are beautiful, and you can take pictures from one to another. The entrance fee is 500 yen, and the walk down to the bridges is easy and paved. We were there on a weekday afternoon and one other couple came just as we were leaving. The most difficult part of these bridges is getting there -- they're about an hour up the valley from where most of the hotels are (near the peeing boy statue), and the road is very narrow and hair-raising. The busses are infrequent, so the best way to get here is to drive, and the trip is quite beautiful, but if you're a nervous driver this may not be for you. The locals drive quite quickly and there are a lot of blind-corners where the road is only wide enough for one car to pass.

Date of experience: June 2013
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Reviewed 28 February 2013

This Iya landmark was one of the "hidden rural treasures" of Shikoku, a well preserved vine bridge supported by metal cables across a wooded gorge. It's a pleasant walk from the carpark and tourist centre with well marked signs.

Date of experience: October 2012
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Reviewed 10 March 2011

The Outer Iya Double Vine Bridges are a less touristy, more enjoyable alternative to the Iya Kazurabashi in West Iya. The bridges cross the Iya River in a wooded area away from the main road. I've been several times, and it's never crowded. Great for photos and picnics.

Date of experience: August 2010
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Date of experience: December 2018
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