Kintaikyo is a beautiful bridge with five arches. Built in 1673 in the early Edo period, the bridge is 5m wide and 200m long, and is made of wood. It is one of Japan's three famous bridges. Not only you can feel the arch structure when you cross the bridge, which was built with outstanding techniques, but you can also see the beauty of the kumiki, traditional group tree technology, from the bottom of the bridge. Enjoy the scenery of the bridge in harmony with the nature of the four seasons, such as cherry blossoms, lush greenery, autumn leaves, snow, and the magical appearance of the bridge illuminated after sunset. The illumination is also changed according to the season, and it is in full color and vivid.