Amano-hashidate (Bridge to Heaven) is a pine-covered, narrow sandspit in the northern coastal region of Kyoto Prefecture. This 3.5km-long 'bridge' of 8000 pine trees spans north-south to divide Miyazu Bay, and is considered on of Japan's three great views. The east side has a white sandy beach and attract swimmers and strollers.
Viewing from the nearby hills, ancient people called this sandbank "the bridge to heaven". At the south end of the sandspit is a ropeway leading to the observatory atop the mountain. The sandbank is 20m to 170m wide and vehicles are not allowed to enter. Rent a bicycle at the either end of the sandbar.
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Airport/Sta.Osaka International Airport (about 89.5km) Google Transit
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5.04 months ago
One of Japan’s most scenic place according to some and I have to agree! You can cross the sandbar on foot but it can take a while, best to rent a bike at either end! Or take a speed boat if that’s your preference.
4.02 months ago
Interesting landscape, walked across, about 3.5 km. Unfortunately the weather was not cooperating. I think the better time to come would be spring and fall!
5.03 months ago
An awesome place. Amanohashi viewland is great place to enjoy the view, see rainbow (if raining) and the sea. Great place to visit with family and friends.
5.05 months ago
Absolutely stunning and well worth the train ride from Kyoto to come here, just for the view. The chair lift was fun to ride and there are many places at the top where you can see different angles of the vista. A must-visit if you love natural scenery.
5.0a month ago
One of the most beautiful places I’ve ever seen in Japan