Photogenic spots in Miyama - "colorful bridges"京都
Photogenic spots in Miyama - "colorful bridges"
Explore various photogenic bridges spanning the pristine waters of Miyama river flowing throughout the town. Most recommended are bridges in different seven colors which you can find in the Ohno district. They are historic bridges which were built 60 yrs ago when Ohno Dam was constructed. Please find 6 of those bridges and other photogenic spots below.
Koono bridge spans the Rainbow Lake, a dam lake of the Ohno Dam. The vivid vermillion color bridge is one of the most recommended photogenic spots.
Mountains and river landscape
Enjoy beautiful scenery of mountains and river surrounding Koono bridge.
Viewing river from the top of bridge
Watch river scenery from the top of bridge! You may be surprised by its height from surface of the river.
Take a shot!
The middle of bridge the best for your commemorative photo.
The bridge adjacent to the tunnel named "Onno Suidou". It's a bridge for pedestrians only. The best location to view the Rainbow Lake!
Let's walk over the bridge
The bridge is built alongside the tunnel, tracing mountain surface.
View from Walking Trail Bridge
You can enjoy a unobstructed view of the Rainbow Lake.
The bridge close to the Ohno Rainbow Lake Walking Trail Bridge. It's one of the seven bridges.
Scenery from Hijitani Bridge
You can view the Ohno Rainbow Lake Walking Trail Bridge from here.
The light blue color bridge. The white suspension-bridge alongside the Otomi bridge is for pedestrians only. Unique photogenic spot.
Bright light blue color bridge
Vivid light blue color bridge, the leg covered by green ivy.
White suspension bridge
No cars. Enjoy walking on the bridge.
A photo from the side
That is possible here. Two bridges are spanned side by side. Take side photos of each bridge from the other.
One of the bridges spans the Rainbow Lake. The old Mukaiyama Bridge (which doesn't exist now) was in light blue color but the new bridge is not colored.
From the front
Feel the height of the bridge with the mountain view. It's the highest bridge in Miyama Town.
Looking up the bridge
Feel the size and dynamic design of the bridge.
It's one of the seven bridges but you can't recognize its original color, purple. Mojigaichi Bridge, now covered with rusts, is the suspension bridge, making the bridge a part of the landscape. *Do not to lean over railings of the bridge. They may be fragile.
View from the bridge
Its railings are lower than other bridges making the landscape closer. Feel fresh air of mountains and river.
Other side is the forest
Please close the fence at entrance of the forest. Crops in the fields may be damaged by wild animals coming from forests and going through this bridge.
One of the seven bridges in light green color.
Light green color bridge
Wider width and solid-looking bridge compared to other bridges in Miyama.
Rainbow colored Tobitani Side Road Bridge is just next to the Kayano Bridge.
Two squirrels made by stones are on the bridge gate.
This one is running up the gate!
Take your photos here!
It's the one of the seven bridges at the farthest location from the Ohno Dam. Orange colored.
Mountains and rice fields
In April, you can also enjoy cherry blossoms in Nagatani Sports Park close to this bridge.
The bridge just next to the Roadside Station, Fureai Hiroba. The bright red colored bridge is a symbol of this area, Hiraya district.
Viewed from the side
The most recommended photogenic view of this bridge is when it's viewed from the side. The bright red bridge in fresh greens is stunning.
The bridge on right before the Thatched Village. A beautiful red bridge. From this bridge, you can view an entire landscape of Thatched Village.
Into the mountain
Looks like the bridge extends to the mountain on the other side of river.