Hoshi no Buranko

Hoshi no Buranko (literally: swing of the stars) is a 280-meter-long giant suspension bridge, rising up to 50 meters above ground. It is the largest wooden-board pedestrian suspension bridge in the country, from which an absolutely overwhelming 360-degree view can be seen. Hoshi no Buranko is located inside Hoshida Park in Katano, Osaka, and on the way to the suspension bridge there is a rock climbing facility, rest areas and hiking trails. A recommended time to visit is late November to early December when the changing autumn leaves show their beautiful color. Source: ikidane-nippon.com
Hoshi no buranko
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