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A bridge too far – Taking in autumn foliage from Japan”s longest arched bridge

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Several spectators gathered to look down on the incredible scenes of autumn foliage from Jogakura Ohashi Bridge in the Aomori prefecture on Sunday.
“Jogakura bridge is the best. Isn’t this the best view in Aomori Prefecture?” said Matsumoto, a visitor.
Jogakura Bridge is Japan’s longest arched bridge, measuring 360 metres (1,180 ft). It’s located in the centre of Towada Hachimantai National Park, and it offers perfect views to observe the changing colour of the leaves of Japan’s numerous native trees.

SOT, Yamada, Visitor (Japanese): “It’s a beautiful day and not too cold, which I think is just perfect.” *LOW AUDIO AT SOURCE*

SOT, Matsumoto, Visitor (Japanese): “Jogakura bridge is the best. Isn’t this the best view in Aomori Prefecture?”

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