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Tsunoshima Bridge and Amagaseto Strait

Tsunoshima Bridge and the beautiful North Nagato coast are dreamy places to be. It's the second-largest bridge in the entire country, and with land and sea in view, photographers are awarded endless opportunities to snap engaging images.



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  • Normal lens (42mm)
  • Neutral Density filter
  • Tripod
  • Good hiking shoes

How to get there

N34° 20' 50.7649"E130° 53' 44.8116"
This image was taken above Tsunoshima Bridge (角島大橋) in Nagato, Yamaguchi. The best way to get to this location is to drive on Prefectural Road 275. You can then park in one of the nearby lots. One parking lot (海士ヶ瀬公園駐車場) will be the closest, and from there, you can reference the GPS coordinates to get this view. You might also be able to find street parking near the GPS coordinates This spot is along a road that is inland and runs parallel to Prefectural Road 275. By bus: Take JR San-in Line to get to Kottoi Station. It will then be 15 minutes by B-18 bus to reach this spot. If you get off at Hotel Nishinagato Resort Entrance (ホテル西長門リゾート入口) you will be a couple of minutes away from the spot I stood. Once you're there, you will need to climb a steep hill. Walk northeast on Amagase Road and stay on the right instead of continuing on Prefectural Route 275. After you pass by a small takoyaki shop (たこ焼き屋さん), you will arrive at the location. By car: If you don't want to hike, you can consider driving there. Take Prefectural Route 275 toward the GPS coordinates. There is usually street parking near the location.


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