Akashi Kaikyo Bridge

Akashi Kaikyo Bridge is the bridge where Higashimaikocho, Tarumi-ku, Kobe-shi, Hyogo and Awaji-shi Iwaya are tied. The longest suspension bridge in the world which crossed Akashi Strait and was spanned with. It’ll be completed on April 5, 1998.

A suspension bridge of bridge length 3,911m and length 1,991m between 2 of main tower with which a cable is supported. The height of the main tower is about 300 m of sea level top, and this will be the nearby height mostly in Tokyo Tower (333m).

To seem to have lined a pearl, it’s called” Pearl bridge”. A charming new view is produced in the evening by color illumination.

Akashi-Kaikyo-Bridge

There is a glazed floor in the height of the 47m from a sea, and the scenery can be seen from the inside only a little.

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Akashi Kaikyo Bridge

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Akashi Kaikyo Bridge 34.617468, 135.021675

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