RYUJIN SUSPENSION BRIDGE
Ryujin Suspension Bridge is a pedestrian-only suspension bridge spanning a artificial lake formed behind a dam. The bridge is designed in the shape of a dragon and, at 375m long, is Japan's biggest pedestrian suspension bridge.
The bridge is a popular tourist destination all year around, especially during the Koi Carp Streamer Festival in April and May and the Autumn foliage season in November.
The bridge is also home to Japan's tallest bungy jump in which people jump 100m from the bridge to the lake surface below. It is also possible to canoe on the lake below.
|Address||2133-9 Keganocho, Hitachiota City, Ibaraki Prefecture|
|08:30 am-17:00 pm|
|Closed||No Regular Holiday|
|Fee||Adult 320yen／children 210yen|
|Notes||Foreign language support