Maiko Marine Promenade

Maiko Marine Promenade is a promenade on the world's longest suspension bridge, Akashi Kaikyo Bridge. You can stroll to reach a point which is around 47 m high from sea level and around 150 m from the land. There is an observation deck, a relaxation space, and a resource center inside the promenade and this is a popular spot to enjoy a panoramic view of Osaka Bay or Seto Inland Sea. Especially Marukibashi, a narrow walking path with the sea surface below, has a big impact. The thrilling experience it offers makes it popular.

Address
2051 Higashi Maiko-cho, Tarumi-ku, Kobe-shi, Hyogo
Contact No.
+81-78-785-5090
Access
5-min walk from Maiko station on JR Line or Maiko Park station on Sanyo Electric Railway
Opening Hours / Holidays
9:00-18:00 (Golden week / Summer vacation -19:00)
From April to September: Open everyday
From October to March: The 2nd Monday (the next day if it's on holiday)
Closed: Dec 29-31
Official Website
http://www.hyogo-park.or.jp/maiko/contents/sisetsu/area_prom.html
Time Required
60 min
Admission fee
Weekday: Adult 250 yen, High school student 120 yen, Junior high school student and below Free, Senior people 120 yen; Weekend and holidays: Adult 310 yen, High school student 150 yen, Junior high school student and below: Free, Senior people 150 yen

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Marukibashi with the sea surface bellow

If you want to experience something thrilling, we recommend Marukibashi. Marukibashi is a walking path made with glass and you can see the sea surface directly underneath from 47 m above sea level. You will feel like walking on the sea.

Source:青春18きっぷ

An observation square with an overwhelming view

You can have a beautiful view of Osaka bay and Seto Inland Sea from the observation square on the front edge of the promenade. You can also see the figure of successive bridge parts which support the world's longest suspension bridge or feel the sea breeze blowing through the bridge. You will be able to experience what you can't on the land.

Source:壁紙配達倉庫

Take a rest in a restaurant on the sea

Maiko Marine Promenade has a restaurant on the sea called Maiko Toms Cafe. In this restaurant, you can enjoy Akashi's specialty Octopus dishes with a sea view below your eyes. It also sells light snacks like a soft cream, so it'll be good to take rest and eat them.

Source:食べログ

Maiko Marine Promenade

Maiko Marine Promenade is a promenade on the world's longest suspension bridge, Akashi Kaikyo Bridge. You can stroll to reach a point which is around 47 m high from sea level and around 150 m from the land. There is an observation deck, a relaxation space, and a resource center inside the promenade and this is a popular spot to enjoy a panoramic view of Osaka Bay or Seto Inland Sea. Especially Marukibashi, a narrow walking path with the sea surface below, has a big impact. The thrilling experience it offers makes it popular.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Marukibashi with the sea surface bellow

If you want to experience something thrilling, we recommend Marukibashi. Marukibashi is a walking path made with glass and you can see the sea surface directly underneath from 47 m above sea level. You will feel like walking on the sea.

Source:青春18きっぷ

An observation square with an overwhelming view

You can have a beautiful view of Osaka bay and Seto Inland Sea from the observation square on the front edge of the promenade. You can also see the figure of successive bridge parts which support the world's longest suspension bridge or feel the sea breeze blowing through the bridge. You will be able to experience what you can't on the land.

Source:壁紙配達倉庫

Take a rest in a restaurant on the sea

Maiko Marine Promenade has a restaurant on the sea called Maiko Toms Cafe. In this restaurant, you can enjoy Akashi's specialty Octopus dishes with a sea view below your eyes. It also sells light snacks like a soft cream, so it'll be good to take rest and eat them.

Source:食べログ

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