Let’s enjoy the sunset of Biwu Bridge. In fact, the entrance of Biwu Bridge is not in the direction of the sun's descent. In other words, if you stand in the middle of Biwu Bridge, you can’t see the sunset. You have to walk to a certain part of it. On one side, because I don’t know the direction, I said, when you are actually on the Binwu Bridge, you will know which side to go to. Then I don’t know whether the direction of the sun will change with the seasons. Anyway, it's pretty good.
Everything is just right, the setting sun is converging its dazzling light, spreading the beautiful Luosha on the sky, on the river, and on the snow. In the cold, it appears quiet and soft. At this time, our faces have also frozen into big red apples, echoing the afterglow of the setting sun.
It may be due to heavy snow. Apart from the white snow on the street on weekends, only us are present, and most of the shops along the street are closed. We came to the Biwu Bridge and saw the riverbed covered in winter fog and the bridge covered in snow.
Simply put, it is a bridge. Without telling you in particular, you can hardly imagine it is an attraction. With the lights on at night, it is still beautiful to see the bridge along the river, and there are some sailboats parked on the side leading to the Pacific Ocean. Next to it is the Fisherman’s Wharf Moo. It is convenient to buy things and eat and take a car. Almost all cars arrive, so it is recommended to take a look at the bridge. In May-October, the Luduanyao next to it opened, which is a barbecue food stall, which looks particularly good.
It takes about ten minutes to walk from JR Kushiro Station to the Kotomai Bridge. The road is relatively slippery in winter. The little friend is a sunset insulator, and we haven't seen the sunset, but the surroundings of the Bimai Bridge in winter are still very beautiful. Wrapped in silver, the sky and the frozen lake are faintly blue, and the coastline is covered with a layer of soft light by the setting sun, showing a gradual color.
Preston_Dominguez: Kushiro River, Kushiro, Hokkaido
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Kushiro,Nusamai Bridge,Gangwen Arts Theatre,Kushiro Art Museum, Hokkaido,Yonemachi Park