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Submersible Bridge of Sada

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Address: Sada, Shimanto 787-1106, Kochi Prefecture
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should have a boat trip if the weather is fine

It was a heavy rain on that day so we didn't have a chance to have a boat trip which I really recommend to the tourist. We drove a long way there but It was worth doing it.

Reviewed 6 days ago
JaniceAuYeung
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Hong Kong, China
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Hong Kong, China
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Reviewed 6 days ago NEW

It was a heavy rain on that day so we didn't have a chance to have a boat trip which I really recommend to the tourist. We drove a long way there but It was worth doing it.

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Reviewed 3 January 2017

This bridge (Sada no Chinkabashi) is probably only accessible by a rental car, as with most sights in the Shikoku Region. The Shimanto River is clear and pristine, and remains as one of the more beautiful rivers of Japan. The river also has a couple of submersible bridges where you can drive carefully across. It's thrilling to drive through a... More 

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Reviewed 21 July 2016 via mobile

Shimanto River is indeed a pretty long river. We drove from Uwajima taking the inner highland road from Kihoku along route 441 to Shimanto. You will be able to see a couple of bridges cited as attractions in TripAdvisor. We stopped at the Shimanto Tourist Information Centre at about 2 pm for the rental bike. We took a city bike... More 

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Reviewed 3 March 2016

The Shimanto River is the longest river in Shikoku, and the bridges spanning the river are famous for having no rail guards. The bridges were constructed this way to prevent the bridge from being damaged during floods. Of the various bridges, we chose to visit Sadano Chinkabashi, which is the longest bridge crossing the river, and also the most downstream.... More 

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Reviewed 13 February 2016

The bridges in this area are interesting because they have no side railings. There are quite a few of them and most have something distinct about each particular bridge. The only drawback to seeing them is that often the road becomes very narrow and difficult when meeting a car coming the other direction.

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