In Yamaguchi, there are many tourist attractions such as Kawatana Onsen and Yuda Onsen, which are known as famous hot springs, and many beautiful beaches overlooking the natural beauty of Shimonoseki.
］Kintaikyo Bridge is a wooden arch bridge (the only structure in the world) over the Nishiki River that runs through Iwakuni City.It is counted as one of the three famous bridges in Japan and is widely known as a nationally designated scenic spot.
［Kammon Strait Bridge
］Kammon Strait Bridge is a road bridge that straddles the Kanmon Strait between Shimonoseki City, Yamaguchi Prefecture and Kitakyushu City, Fukuoka Prefecture. The view of the surrounding area is wonderful, and it is lit up depending on the season. There is a separate "sidewalk" in the "Kanmon Roadway Tunnel", and you can cross the seabed on foot.
］Akiyoshido is one of the largest limestone caves in Japan at the foot of Akiyoshidai. The widest part of the cave is 200m, and the temperature is 17 ℃ throughout the four seasons, so the inside of the cave is comfortable. During the night hours, there is also a course where the lights in the cave are turned off and the cave in the dark is walked with a flashlight.
］Akiyoshidai (a basin-like plateau surrounded by mountains of 500-600m class, altitude 180-420m) is mainly composed of Paleozoic limestone, and many beautiful limestone caves are scattered underground to attract visitors.
［Beppu Benten Pond
］Beppu Benten Pond is a spring pond (around 40 m, a depth of about 4 m in the center, a mysterious cobalt blue color) in the precincts of Itsukushima Shrine.
The groundwater that flows from the mountains northwest of the pond is now used for trout farming, and you can enjoy trout fishing and cooking nearby.
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