Ryujin Suspension Bridge

Northern Ibaraki


Ryujin Suspension Bridge stands 100 meters above the Ryujin Dam Reservoir. Spanning 375 meters, the bridge is inspired by the legend of a dragon said to reside in the Ryujin River. It offers panoramic views of the area’s mountainous landscape, including wild cherry blossoms during the spring and fiery foliage in autumn.
The bridge is also home to Japan’s highest bungee jump! This bungee jump is the ultimate way to take in the surrounding mountains if you're up to the challenge.
If throwing yourself off bridges isn’t your thing, there’s plenty more to explore in the surrounding area as well, including hiking trails, hot springs, and restaurants serving the region’s specialty: soba noodles!


2133-6 Keganocho, Hitachiota City
By public transport: 40-minute bus ride from Hitachiota Station on the JR Suigun Line. Take an Ibaraki Kotsu Bus bound for Shimotakakura or Shimotakakura-Daigo and get off at Ryujin Suspension Bridge or Ryujin Suspension Bridge Iriguchi.
By car: 40-minute drive on Route 349 from Hitachiminami-Ota IC or Naka IC on the Joban Expressway
Business Hours
Closed: Open year-round
Hitachiota City Tourism Association: 0294-85-1116
Hitachiota City Tourism Information Center: 0294-73-1700
250 parking spots
Bus parking is also available
Adults 320 yen (group discount price 290 yen)
Children (junior high school age and under) 210 yen (group discount price 190 yen)


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