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Seto Ohashi Bridge under construction in 1986.
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建設中の瀬戸大橋
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Kurashiki end
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The double decker still not installed.
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Seto Ohashi Bridge under construction in 1986, Kurashiki.
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Seto Ohashi Bridge under construction in 1986, Kurashiki. 瀬戸大橋
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Shimotsui Seto Bridge to Hitsuishijima island
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Start of the double decker from Kurashiki.
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Start of the double decker bridge.
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Boat cruise for seeing the bridge.
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Passed under the bridge.
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Shimotsui Station
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Foggy Seto Ohashi Bridge at Sakaide
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Foggy Seto Ohashi Bridge at Sakaide
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Foggy Seto Ohashi Bridge at Sakaide
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Miss Seto Ohashi for the Seto Ohashi Expo in 1988.
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Seto Ohashi Expo in 1988
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JR Shikoku Pavilion, Seto Ohashi Expo in 1988
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Shikoku Pavilion, Seto Ohashi Expo in 1988
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Ferris wheel, Seto Ohashi Expo in 1988
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Seto Ohashi Expo in 1988
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Old JR Sakaide Station. Notice the Seto Ohashi Bridge motif.
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Yoshida Castle turret
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Amanohashidate is one of Japan's Big Scenic Trio (Nihon Sankei). Others being Matsushima and Miyajima. It's a sandbar.View from Kasamatsu Park.
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There's a path on the sandbar on which you can walk or bicycle. Not that long.
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Edge of Amanohashidate (Bridge of Heaven).
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Path on Amanohashidate lined with Japanese pine trees.
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Amanohashidate monument.
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Amanohashidate at sunset.
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Chion-ji temple on the southern end of Amanohashidate.
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Ring of Wisdom
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Rotating bridge.
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Biwako Ohashi Bridge connects Moriyama and Katata across the neck of Lake Biwa.
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Biwako Ohashi Bridge
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Biwako Ohashi Bridge
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Under Biwako Ohashi Bridge
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This giant ferris wheel was a landmark in Katata until it was finally dismantled.
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Biwako Ohashi Bridge is Shiga's longest bridge.
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Biwako Ohashi Bridge as seen from Biwako Ohashi Kome Plaza in Katata. 琵琶湖大橋
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The Biwako Ohashi Bridge spans the neck of Lake Biwa's panhandle between Moriyama and Katata, the lake's narrowest width. Completed in Sept. 1964, the bridge portion over the lake is 1.4 km long.
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Biwako Ohashi Bridge is a toll road (200 yen for ordinary passenger cars), but free for bicycles and pedestrians who can go on the sidewalk. There are actually two parallel bridges, making it a four-lane bridge. The additional bridge was built in 1994.
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Biwako Ohashi Kome Plaza lookout deck on the 2nd floor.
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Biwako Ohashi as seen from the lookout deck on the 2nd floor. The bridge makes it almost 50 min. faster to go to the other side of the lake.
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About Biwako Ohashi Bridge.
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The hump at the center is about 26.3 meters above the lake surface allowing boats to pass under. If you bicycle around Lake Biwa, you can cross this bridge as a short cut. But I recommend cycling all the way down to central Otsu.
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With twin two-lane bridges, the 1.4-km north bridge (Katata to Moriyama traffic) was completed in 1994. The south bridge (1.35 km) was the original bridge completed in 1964 (for for Moriyama to Katata traffic).
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Bridge traffic is well over 30,000 vehicles per day.
 
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