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Oku-Iya Niju Kazurabashi

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The Heike clan is said to have built the double vine bridges to access to their riding ground about 800 years ago, using "shirakuchikazura" vines that grow naturally in the high mountains. There are two bridges, "Male Bridge" and "Female Bridge," that are sometimes called the "Wedded Bridges."

More Information about Oku-Iya Niju Kazurabashi

Street address

620 Sugeoi Higashi-Iyayamason Miyoshi-shi, Tokushima Prefecture

Access

  • Bus from JR Awa Ikeda Station (bound for Kubo) → Get off at Niju Kazurabashi (About 140 minutes)

Opening Hours

From sunrise to sunset

Closed

December 1 through March 31

Website

https://discovertokushima.net/en/experience/mountains/oku-iya-double-vine-bridge/

Best season

Mar., Apr., May, Jun., Jul., Aug., Sep., Oct., Nov.

Point

There is the human-powered ropeway "Yaen." You get in a small cable car and cross the valley by pulling on the ropes.

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