Kashi-Ohashi Bridge

Kashi-Ohashi Bridge

Nishigo Village is truly blessed with breathtaking scenery and view spots, such as Kashi-Ohashi Bridge. Kashi-Ohashi Bridge stretches for 199 m against a backdrop of mountains, colored with fresh spring greenery or bright red leaves, depending on the season.

Home to the water source of the Abukuma River, and filled with primeval forest trees, the beauty of Nishigo Village area was even praised by the feudal lord Matsudaira Sadanobu in centuries gone by.

A bridle path has been constructed near Kashi-Ohashi Bridge, and lots of hikers come to visit every summer and autumn.

Venue Details

Venue Details
Website http://nishigo-kankou.jp/shizen/index.html (Japanese)
Contact

Nishigo Village Tourism Association

kankou.vill.nishigo@grace.ocn.ne.jp

Best Season Autumn
Access Details
Getting there

By Car: 20 km (30 min) away from JR Shin-Shirakawa Sta. on National Route 289.

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