Kazura Bashi is a suspended bridge over Iya River built only by the wild ivy without any wire rope or other stuff, with 14m height, 45m length, and 2m width.
The is rebuilt every 3 year.
The thrill when you crossing the bridge can be enjoyed, the bridge shakes creakily by your walking.
Whirlpools called Naruto-no-uzushio, is a curious natural phenomenon caused by the interaction of tidal currents in the straits between Naruto and Awaji-shima Island.
The whirlpools occur four times a day, and best observed from the Onaruto Bridge.
Tokushima-ken is the starting point for the 88-temple pilgrimage.
The pilgrims begin in Ryozan-ji, on the Naruto peninsula in the north of the Tokushima-ken.
The Ohnaruto Bridge is a suspended bridge on the route connecting Kobe in Hyogo-ken with Naruto in Tokushima-ken.
It was completed in 1985, it has a main span of 876 meters.
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186-16 Takasago Tosadomariura Narutocho, Naruto, Tokushima Prefecture, 772-0053, Japan
Good for: Solo
43-5 Tomiokacho, Anan, Tokushima Prefecture, 774-0030, Japan
Good for: Business