Tsuru-no-Mai Bridge

鶴の舞橋

Tsuru-no-Mai Bridge passes over the Tsugaru Fujimi Lake with a reflection of Mt. Iwaki. The bridge, with total length of the bridge is 300 meters, is the Japan’s longest triple arch wooden bridge. It was built using more than 700 Aomori Hiba, especially those of over 150-year old, for bridge girder by Japan’s architectural technique from old days.
The bridge view looks like as if crane is flying with background of Mt Iwaki. Also it is said that visitors who walks across the bridge will have a long life.

Area
Tsugaru area
Category
Nature
Trip Category
Spring Guide
Nature

General Information

Address
青森県北津軽郡鶴田町鶴田町廻堰字大沢
Contact
Tsuruta Town Hall
Telephone Number
0173-22-2111
Directions
JR Shin-Aomori Station
JR Ou Line 40 minute ride
JR Kawabe Station
JR Gono Line 25 minute ride (¥760)
Get off at JR Mutsu Tsuruda Station
Taxi 10 minute ride
Tsuru-no-Mai Bridge (Tsugaru Fujimiko Park)
Website
(English) Tsuruta TownSee trip advisor

Basic Information

  • Multilingual
    Staff
  • Multilingual
    Signs
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Contactless
    Payments
  • Tax Free
  • Parking Lot
  • Barrier-Free
    Toilet
  • Barrier-Free

COVID-19 Prevention

  • Face Masks
    Required
  • Sanitizing
    Stations
  • Temperature
    Checks
  • Physical
    Distancing

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