The Teruha Big Suspension Bridge was crosslinked on March 28, 1984, after the Shiga Forest Belt was designated as Kyushu Central Mountain National Monumental Park. It is a pedestrian suspension bridge with length 250.0 m and height 142.0 m. The height of 142.0 m is the second in Japan as a suspension bridge dedicated to pedestrians. In October 2006, Kokonoe Yumezu Suspension Bridge (height 173.0 m) of Kokonoe-cho, Kusu-gun, Oita prefecture became Japan's best. From October 2010, due to aging, the construction cost was about 320 million yen for the total project cost, and it was opened on 5th October 2011. The size of the bridge is the same as before but a part of the scaffold is netted so that the bottom can be seen. There is a sense of thrill!
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