Mino Bridge
Mino Bridge
Mino Bridge Mino Bridge


The Mino Bridge is a bright red bridge spanning the Nagara River, not far from Ogura Mountain. It creates a splendid landscape with mountains and clear streams in the background.
Construction began in 1915, led by Inazo, an engineer from Gifu Prefecture, and was completed in August 1916.
It is the oldest existing modern suspension bridge in Japan and one of the largest suspension bridges in Japan at the time, with a maximum span of 116m and a width of 3.1m. It used to be one of the main roads crossing the Nagara River, but since the 1960s it has been used as a pedestrian road.

  • Address

    871-4 Maeno, Mino, Gifu 501-3716

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  • Entry fee


  • Opening Hours


  • Closed


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  • Best Season

    All year

  • Point


  • Nearest Station/IC Access

    7 minutes from Tokai Hokuriku Expressway "Mino IC" via National Highway 156

    15 minutes on foot from Nagaragawa Railway "Umeyama Station"

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