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  3. ”Sensuikyo” in Wakimachi

”Sensuikyo” in Wakimachi

Sensuikyo is a bridge that sinks when the water level of the river rises and the water flows over the bridge. The Wakimachi Sensuikyo connects Wakimachi and Anabuki over the Yoshino River (also known as Shikoku Saburo), one of Japan’s three most raging rivers, and is characterized by a low bridge parapet.
There are many rivers in Japan that flow from north to south or south to north, and the Yoshino River, which flows from west to east, is one of the few rivers in the country where you can watch the sun set over the river.