Experience the World’s Longest Suspension Bridge from 300m Up!

Climb an engineering marvel nearly 4km long

On the western edge of Kobe, 5 minutes from JR Maiko Station, the Akashi Kaikyo suspension bridge, opened in April 1998, is the world’s longest.
Spanning the Akashi strait, which is criss-crossed by hundreds of vessels daily, the construction of a bridge between the Kobe mainland and Awaji Island was long considered an impossible feat.

On this tour, you’ll hear amazing stories of the decade over which this US$3.6 billion structure took shape. Ascend 300m to the top of the bridge tower for unforgettable panoramic views and photos.
The tour takes around 3 hours. Audio guide is available in English, traditional Chinese and Korean.

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