Naruto Park/Onarutohashi Walking Trail Whirlpool, Onarutohashi Cross-bridge Memorial Hall Eddie

Adjacent to the Naruto Strait, famous for its whirlpools that are considered one of the world’s three major tidal streams, and the Onarutohashi is a park. It is designated as part of the Seto Inland Sea National Park and the view is most beautiful. In the Naruto Bridge walking trail “Whirlpool Road” you can peer  down into the whirlpool from the 45 meter glass floor.
Also, at the adjacent “Onarutohashi Cross-bridge Memorial Hall Eddie” children and adults can experience things like the “360 degree 4K theater” with the theme of “whirlpools” and “bridges”, “LED digital art”, and “VR”.

Trail Whirlpool

【TEL】088-683-6262

【Business hours】

Summer Season (March - September) 9:00~18:00

Golden Week・Summer Vacation Period 8:00~19:00

Winter Season (October - February) 9:00~17:00

【Regular holiday】Second Monday of March, June, September, and December

【Fee】Adult 510 yen, middle and high school student 410 yen, elementary school student 260 yen

★Group discount (20 people or more)

Adult 410 yen, middle and high school student 330 yen, elementary school student 200 yen

【Access】

· About 5 minutes by car from the Kobe Awaji Naruto Expressway "Naruto North" IC

· From JR Naruto Station take the Route Bus (towards Naruto Park)→Get off at "Naruto Park"→About a 5 minute walk

【Address】Within Naruto Park, Narutocho, Naruto

 

Onarutohashi Cross-bridge Memorial Hall Eddie

【TEL】088-687-1330

【Business hours】9:00~17:00 

Golden Week・Obon Season: 8:00~18:00

Summer Vacation: 9:00~18:00

【Regular holiday】No Holidays

【Fee】Adult 610 yen, middle and high school student 410 yen, elementary school student 260 yen

★Group discount (20 people or more)

Adult 490 yen, middle and high school student 330 yen, elementary school student 200 yen

【Access】

· About 5 minutes by car from the Naruto North IC

· From JR Naruto Station take the Route Bus (towards Naruto Park)→Get off at "Naruto Park"→About a 5 minute walk

【Address】Within Naruto Park, Narutocho, Naruto

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