One of the major attraction in Japan is this 13.1 kilometers long Great Seto Bridge located in the Tsuyama City, Okayama Prefecture. This bridge's construction began in 1988 and was completed in April 1988 which costs around one trillion yen to be finished.
Great Seto bridge is a double deck bridge that is consist of 6 consecutive bridges that connects five islands in the Seto Inland Sea that provides access between Honshu and Shikoku.
The Great Seto Bridge is also one of the longest two tiered bridges of the world.
It's a 15-20 minutes car drive that let the visitors witness seascape and landscape, ocean views and island scenery.
From the departure point from Kagawa Prefecture, visitors can visit the Seto Ohashi Memorial Park that offers a view of the entire bridge from the observation room of Seto Ohashi Tower.
The main spot of the Seto Bridge is in-between the Kagawa Prefecture and Kurashi Prefecture, which has a view of the sea.
This grand bridge is opened for its visitors throughout the year.
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