Mishima SkyWalk, Shizuoka
Mishima Skywalk in Shizuoka is the longest suspension bridge in Japan, measuring 400 meters in length. The bridge can only be walked across, and the view from the bridge is mountain ranges of Shizuoka and Kanagawa prefecture.
There are other attraction available around the bridge, such as Segway tours, bicycle tour, and zip lines. The place is famous in Japan, attracting domestic tourist from other prefectures as well.
The Longest Suspension Bridge
Mishima Skywalk is the longest suspension bridge in Japan, and the bridge sways by weight that are pressured. As many people tries to walk across, the bridge moves up and down. However, because the bridge are well maintained and thee are staffs at each end of the bridge counting the maximum number of people, it is very safe to enjoy the attraction.
Other attraction in the area are off road segway tour of mountain range, bicycle, and zip lines. Each attraction comes with additional cost, and the timetable are set so only available at certain time range.
There are one restaurant available inside the park, but the food variety are limited. Additionally, if the weather gets bad, (like the time I visited) be aware of getting super wet. During the typhoon season, the bridge are sometimes closed for safety reasons.
Way to Access Mishima Skywalk
From Mishima Station South Bus Rotary, Get off at “Mishima SkyWalk”
Free Parking Available at the Park.
|AM 9:00 ~ PM 5:00
|Adult: 1100 yen
Student: 500 yen
Primary: 200 yen