うと・うき・みさとスマートガイド
Uto Uki Misato Smart Guide
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11.Footpath: Futamata Bridge
■Commentary
Walking through “unadorned” Misato. That is what the Misato Footpaths are. Originating in England, footpaths are paths designed to allow people walking on them to enjoy the landscape of a region in its purest form. Of the numerous footpath courses found in Misato Town, let’s explore one that’s especially recommended: the Futamata Bridge course.<br> In broad terms, this course has two main attractions. The first are the stone bridges. Walkers on this course can see five stone bridges that were built from the late Edo period to modern times. The Makado Bridge’s looks and the heart-shaped shadow the Futamata Bridge casts beneath itself are sights not to be missed.<br> The second point of interest, located about a five-minute walk away from Futamata Bridge, is a relic of the Yuen Railway nicknamed the Hakkaku Tunnel. The arches, originally built to protect against falling rocks, have, in recent years, been in the spotlight as a photo spot.<br> We hope you take some time and relax as you walk the various footpath courses and enjoy all that Misato has to offer.
■ information
inquiry
Misato Footpath Association
address
komushilo Misato town Shimomashiki gun
tel
0964−53−9997
Regular holiday
Sat. Sun. (office)
fee
Map ¥1.200-
parking
each location
URL
https://misatofp.jimdofree.com
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