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Akashi Kaikyō Bridge

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  • jason_tseng
    5.0

    Originally, today's trip was arranged purely to satisfy "a general look at Kobe], and there was no great expectation of the trip, but I have to admit that the Mingshi Channel Bridge really surprised me. I can feel the magnificent momentum of the bridge when I walk out of Dance Park Station. Following the instructions, you will first see the Science Museum of Bridge, which has tickets for the Science Museum + Dance Walk + Sun Wen Memorial Hall. Moving forward, the magnificent bridge will jump in front of us like a giant dragon perched on the Mingshi Channel. JT has never been a brilliant person. For the magnificence of the bridge, you will still experience more directly from the view of the map.

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  • 118****907
    5.0

    Mingshi Strait Bridge is a cable-stayed sea-crossing bridge connecting Honshu Island and Shikoku Island in Japan. Because of the sea-crossing bridge, the length of the bridge deck is very long, about 5-6 kilometers, and the scenery on both sides is very spectacular. Praise one.

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  • 风行天下01
    5.0

    The Mingshi Strait Bridge is a cross-sea highway bridge connecting Kobe and Awaji Island in Japan. It crosses the Mingshi Strait and is the largest span bridge and suspension bridge in the world. The pier spans 1991 meters, 35 meters wide, and 960 meters on both sides. The bridge body is light blue. The bridge deck has six lanes. The design speed is 100 kilometers per hour. It can withstand 8.5 strong earthquake of Rui's scale and 80 meters per second strong typhoon attack once in a century.

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  • zhuyin518
    5.0

    It's beautiful. There's almost nobody there at 9 a.m. and there's a little transparent on the bridge. You can see the sea. When we finished the tour, a group of Japanese seniors came to visit at 10 o'clock. Water and sky are the same, unforgettable

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  • vivienvivien
    5.0

    On April 5, 1998, the longest suspension bridge in the world, the Mingshi Strait (1) Bridge (2), was officially opened to traffic. The bridge is situated between Kobe City and Awaji Island, Japan (135 degrees east longitude 01 minutes, 34 degrees north latitude 36 minutes), with a total length of 3911 meters and a main pier span of 1991 meters. The two main piers are 297 meters above sea level, 80 meters in diameter and 60 meters in water. Each of the two main cables is 4000 meters in diameter and 1.12 meters in diameter, consisting of 290 thin cables, weighing about 50,000 tons. Construction of the bridge began in May 1988. Completed in March 1998. The Mingshi Channel Bridge first adopted 1800 MPa super high strength steel wire, which reduced the diameter of main cable and simplified the connection structure. It was the first main cable of suspension bridge. It was also the first cross-valley suspension bridge (3) constructed by the method of pushing up, which was constructed by the French Eiffel Group Company.

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  • 泉水家的小玉
    5.0

    Located in West Kobe, Hanshin Tramcar from Yamamoto to "Dance Park" or JR from Yamamoto to to "Dance" Station, it comes out as the world's first suspension bridge with a total length of 3911 meters. It can resist 8.5 magnitude earthquake and 150 meters/second typhoon once in a century.

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  • fy****234
    5.0

    The Mingshi Bridge is well known in Japan as the world's most spectacular sea-crossing bridge, but this record is now estimated to have been more than a few times by us. But it's still a bit shocking to go below. The place is in the Dance Park. The traffic is inconvenient, so even though there are no people in Eleven, it is suitable for you to enjoy yourself. Bridge can go up, there is a special walkway, 250 people, you can go to the middle, there is a bridge museum, and Sun Wen Memorial Hall, if you do not visit the memorial hall, an hour or so is enough.

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  • minnie157
    5.0

    The Mingshi Channel Bridge is located in Kobe. From Sangong Station to Dance Park, you can see the magnificent Mingshi Bridge in a few minutes'walk. It took many years to come out because of the Hanshin Earthquake. Sure enough, it did not disappoint the public. Those who like the sea must go to see this kind of sea overlord.

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  • 凤凤吖吖
    5.0

    The longest and most expensive suspension bridge in the world is the Mingshi Channel Bridge built by an old man selflessly. During the Kobe earthquake of magnitude 7.2, the pier and anchor device on the South Bank of the bridge only slightly displaced, which increased the length of the bridge by 0.8m. Standing on it, I have to admire the miracle of human engineering. Just remember Mr. Sun Yat-sen

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  • lmq0416
    5.0

    Located in Kobe City, along the Inland Sea of Seto, it has good scenery and excellent beaches.

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