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Aya Teruha Suspension Bridge

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Extending over the laurel forest area in Kyushu-chuo Sanchi Quasi-National Park, this suspension bridge is one of the largest in the world, at 142 meters high and 250 meters long. In front of the Teruha Suspension Bridge is the Shoyo Jurin Bunkakan (Laurel Forest Culture Hall), where you can learn about the creatures living in the laurel forest, and the rest of the forest.
On the other side of the suspension bridge is a 2 km nature trail, where you can enjoy a peaceful walk in the woods for around 40 minutes.

Street address

5691-1 Oaza Minamimata, Aya Town

Access

  • 15 minutes by taxi from Ayamachiaisho

Opening Hours

Open throughout the year

Closed

Open throughout the year

Fee

Website

https://www.welcomekyushu.com/event/?mode=detail&id=9999900000006

Best season

All year

Point

This is the symbol of tourism and forest protection in Aya Town. While protecting the laurel forest, we want a great number of people to feel the blessings and importance of the natural world, and understand how amazing natural ecosystems are.
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