Amanohashidate is a natural land bridge selected as one of Japan’s three scenic views. It’s located in the north of Kyoto. The meaning of “Amanohashidate” is “bridge to the heavens.” It looks like the bridge is connected to the sky if you look upside down. The natural bridge is about 3.6km long and there are about 8000 Japanese pine trees stand all along the sandbank. You can go up to the Amanohashidate view land and enjoy the beautiful view of Amanohashidate.
Railway: Kyoto / Osaka (JR) -> Fukuchiyama (KTR) -> Amanohashidate (2 hours)
Bus: Kyoto -> Amanohashidate (2hr20mins)
For more information please check the official website.
Photos & report by Lihua Zhao
* 15 JTNC Travel Reporters are currently reporting Central Japan.