History of Mishima Skywalk
The Mishima Skywalk is located in the city of Mishima in the Shizuoka Prefecture. It is the longest suspension bridge in Japan that is 400 meters in length. It gives pedestrians a chance to view the magnificence of Mt. Fuji and the beauty of Suruga Bay from the bridge.
Visitors can take a Long Zip Slide where they slide below the bridge and slide towards Mt. Fuji on their way back. Parents can join their children on the ride because there are two lines available, consequently, it’s a perfect adventure trip for couples too. They also have an adventure course where you can get athletic as you climb, cross and ride through a forest. Visitors can also enjoy climbing activities
Walk in a trail of 10,000 hydrangeas. About 170 variants of the flower call the trail their home and there is a Skywalk special which is an original variety of hydrangea that cannot be found elsewhere in the world.
Visitors may experience nature on this guided tour. Segways are used to move around the vastness of the forest.
This allows small and medium-sized dogs to run freely on a grass lawn. This is a leash-free zone where your dog can interact with other dogs.
Kicoro no Mori
In the north area of the facility, there is a walking trail that is dubbed “Kicoro no Mori”. Visitors may walk through the forest that is surrounded by small wooden egg sculptures called “Kicoro”.
■ Admission fees are as follows:
• 1,000 yen – Adults
• 500 yen – Secondary school students
• 200 yen – primary school students
• Preschoolers may enter for free.
The Skywalk and Sky Garden is open every day and all year round from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Operation hours may change due to events and weather conditions.
How to get there
Located in Shizuoka, visitors can take the Tokaido-Sanyo bullet train from Tokyo station to Mishima Station which takes about 55 minutes, from there, they can take a bus from the No.5 bus stop at the station’s south end; the bus ride is approximately 20 minutes.
313 Sasahara Shinden, Mishima City, Shizuoka Prefecture