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Hakucho Bridge, Muroran

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The Hakuchō Bridge (白鳥大橋, Hakuchō Ō-hashi) is a suspension bridge in Muroran, Hokkaido, Japan. Opened on 17 April 1998, it has a main span of 720 meters (2,360 ft). It is the first section of the Hakuchō Shindō that is signed as an alternate route of Japan National Route 37.
Several windmills line the bridge which provide lighting at night to the park golf link nearby. The winds are extremely high on the bridge, so pedestrians, bikes, and motorbikes are prohibited from crossing.
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  • We sailed very close to this traffic suspension bridge which spans 720m whilst in Muroran. They don’t allow motorbikes, bicycles or pedestrians on the bridge.  more »
  • To most tourists who have traveled across this bridge, would feel that it is just a regular bridge. I am sure that the construction of this bridge was a major source of pride to the locals enough...  more »
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  • Beautiful drive at night to see the lights of Muroran city. This bridge is modern and futuristic which offers an alternate sight of traditional Japanese designs. It was a fun drive.
  • Not a great sightseeing showstopper on a wintery, snowing day...
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