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near Sunaba, Ehime (Japan)
The West Seto Automatic Drive, also known as the Seto Inland Island, is the end of the three four-country bridges in Honshu. The Imabari Route consists of nine groups of elevated bridges that were opened to traffic in 1999. The unique feature is that in addition to the usual traffic lanes, there are pedestrian and bicycle lanes. The scenery of the Seto Inland Islands along the way is beautiful and naturally becomes a bicycle. The holy place for lovers.
When the island of Hokkaido has been riding to Onomichi City from Imabari City, the journey is about 70 kilometers. I just finished the journey with the Midoboro Bridge on the way. It took about 4 hours and it took about 4 hours. On the way, these are viaducts. Each time the upper and lower bridges are to be slanted and slanted upwards. When going up, they have to pay extra foot bone strength. When going down, there are some slopes and the bends are quite urgent. Be very careful to drive, if you feel dangerous, it is better to get off the car and push the car.