Musou Tsuribashi, known as “Japan’s Scariest Suspension Bridge”, is extremely narrow and precarious.
Located in the Southern Japanese Alps, also known as the Akaishi Mountains, the bridge dates back to the 1950s, marking it as not only the scariest, but also Japan’s oldest remaining suspension bridge.
The bridge is held together mostly by wire, with thin wooden boards across its width for stabilization. Additional boards, also very thin, span the length of the bridge so that people can walk across with only as much space as two boards will allow.
As you can see in the video below, the bridge is falling apart and some boards are knocked out of place or even missing.
Before you even reach the bridge you have to climb the side of the mountain, which offers only metal chains to hold onto and is too steep to climb without assistance.
Still, if you like roller coasters, the rotting board on this bridge is sure to make you thrilled you came.
Call me crazy, but that is a suicide bridge!!….the other side is not that important for me to cross…lol :oo
I have to agree with loswl
how freakin long is that bridge!
I think I’d be more concerned with the length of the fall, not the length of the bridge.
Ha ha, oh wow, that’s a bridge in the very most basic definition of the word. Makes me wonder what’s on the other side to make it worth the trouble.
whatever happens,im not going on that.never
and this person is holding on to a camera?
I would be holding on to my life!
Just watching the video made me feel nervous! I hope it was really worth the trouble to cross that thing. I wouldn’t have the courage to do that!
I’m afraid of heights myself and wouldn’t go anywhere near this bridge.
Thank you all for your thoughts.
I appreciate them.
Just looking at the video made me nauseous. I cannot imagine crossing that. What is on the other side?
That's what I'm wondering LOL considering it looked like 3 guys at the end there XD
shut the hell up you
i think it might be safe to cross cuz if u look closely u can see the little wires forming the shape of little squares near the wood so u wouldn't fall accidentaly
bridge is not feasible for the pakai.dan was supposed to fix it to the proper order for use.