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Okuizumo Orochi Loop
Okuizumo Orochi Loop is one of the largest double-loop roads in Japan, where you can enjoy the scenery of the four seasons, and the name "Okuizumo Orochi Loop" comes from the Japanese myth Yamata-no-Orochi. The red arches of the Miinoo Bridge, which spans the highest valley, are popular for their retro look, and the adjacent roadside station is a popular photo spot for many tourists. In the autumn, the area is covered with red leaves, creating a spectacular sight, making it a highly recommended driving destination.
Yakawa, Okuizumo, Nita District, Shimane 699-1811
50 minutes by car from Chugoku Expressway "Tojo IC" or "Shobara IC"
10 minutes on foot from "Miinohara Station" on the JR Kisuki Line
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