• Tsurunomaihashi Bridge
  • Tsurunomaihashi Bridge
  • Tsurunomaihashi Bridge
  • Tsurunomaihashi Bridge
  • Tsurunomaihashi Bridge
  • Tsurunomaihashi Bridge
  • Tsurunomaihashi Bridge
  • Tsurunomaihashi Bridge
  • Tsurunomaihashi Bridge

Tsurunomaihashi Bridge

Beautiful Scenery Art & Architecture

Easy Access

English

Family-friendly

Free Admission

Parking

Restroom

Unrestricted by Weather

Wheelchair-friendly

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Things to know

The Tsurunomaihashi Bridge is a beautiful wooden bridge in Aomori Prefecture. At 300m, it is the longest wooden bridge with three arches in Japan. It crosses the Tsugaru Fujimiko Lake, whose water reflects the surrounding mountains which provides a great location for photo shoots. 'Tsuru no mai' literally means 'dance of cranes'.

Information

〒0383542
Osawa-81-150 Mawarizeki, Tsuruta, Kitatsugaru-gun, Aomori
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0173-22-2111
JPY0 / Adult
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