The Qian Dance Bridge on Kui Lu is said to be one of the three most beautiful sunsets in the world. Of course, it can't be missed. Although the clouds are slightly thick, they are also very beautiful. Unfortunately, I didn't see that the sunset of the Coin Dance Bridge was as beautiful as Monet's paintings. I liked the small town of Sai Lu. There were always people going home and boats going offshore.
Simply put, it's a bridge. It's hard to imagine a scenic spot without telling you in particular. It was beautiful to see the bridge along the river at night, and sailboats were parked on the side of the Pacific Ocean. Next to it is the Fisherman's Wharf Moo. It's convenient to buy food and take a bus. Almost all the cars are there. So I suggest you take a look at the bridge by the way. From May to October, next to the end of the oven, the barbecue stall opened. It looks very good.
Qianwu Bridge is one of the best places to enjoy the sunset on Qianlu. We walk from JR station on Qianlu to Qianwu Bridge for about ten minutes. The road is slippery in winter. The little buddy is a sunset insulator. We haven't seen the sunset yet, but it's nice around the coin dance bridge in winter. Silver-clad, sky and frozen lake surface are light blue, the coastline was sunset on a soft layer of light, showing a gradual change of color.
The scenery by the bridge is very good. It's quiet. There are many crows.
The downtown area of Kui Lu is not very big, and it takes 10 minutes to walk from Jr station to Kui Luchuan. The landmark coin dance bridge across Kui Lu Chuan. The Fengping Bridge in Sapporo and Xuchuan Xuqiao in Xuchuan are the three famous bridges in Hokkaido. On the bridge, there are four seasons representing spring, summer, autumn and winter. You can see the flower clock of the coin dance park from the coin dance bridge. When it was completed in 80 years, it was the largest outdoor flower clock in Japan.
The Qian Dance Bridge can be reached by walking for 15 minutes from the Kuai Road Station. Kuai Road is a quiet small city, but it is also the fourth largest city in Hokkaido. There are few people along the way, and one person strolls around without knowing the origin of the bridge.