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Amanohashidate, the bridge to heaven, one of the Three Views of Japan. Amanohashidate is a sand bar covered by pine trees.

Amanohashidate or the “bridge to heaven” which is considered to be one of Japan’s three most beautiful sights; Three Views of Japan or Nihon Sakei. Amanohashidate is a naturally formed sand bridge in Miyazu Bay which is covered by 7,000 pine trees. Amanohashidate is 3.6Km long and can be walked across. Amanohashidate is located within the city of Miyazu, in the very northern part of Kyoto Prefecture in the Kansai region, however it is quite some distance from Kyoto city.

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  • Amanohashidate Scenic Area

    Amanohashidate (Bridge to Heaven) Scenic Area is one of the Three Views of Japan. Amanohashidate, in the far north of Kyoto Prefecture, is a naturally formed sand bridge in Miyazu Bay which is covered by 7,000 pine trees.

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