Eshima Ohashi Bridge is the most dangerous bridge in japan

Eshima Ohashi Bridge is a fixed-frame platform in Japan that joins Matsue, Shimane Prefecture and Sakaiminato, Tottori Prefecture over Nakaumi lake. It was completed from 1997 to 2004. It is the biggest fixed-frame bridge in Japan and the third biggest in the world.

it is placed in Western Japan, the Eshima Ohashi Bridge looks more like a roller coaster than a road. It links the the city of Matsue in Shimane Prefecture to Sakaiminato in Tottori Prefecture and is mostly a highway to outer space, a shortcut to heave from nausea, making driving over this thing one seriously thrilling car ride. It’s one of the most amazing bridges in the world.

The bridge is a two-lane material road. It rises so sharply it gives the bravest drivers the fear, featuring a extremely steep slope that grant ships to pass underneath it. The concrete road spans a mile and sends drivers climbing into the sky at the very sharp gradient of 6,1 per cent across Lake Nakaumi.

The bridge is 1.44 km long with a width of 11.3 meters. It is the biggest rigid frame bridge in Japan. If you look straight onto the bridge, the extremely steep incline makes it look more like a roller coaster than a road for cars to drive on. It stretches about a mile long with a peak of about 144 feet and a 5.1% and 6.1% grade on each end.

The bridge has an insanely steep and terrifying slope that’s tall enough to let ships pass underneath it with ease. It is a length of road that has freaked out even the most hopeful drivers as it looks like an insane roller coaster. Cars gently ascend, making it less scary for drivers than the bridge appears when photos are taken from a straight-on angle. It’s been nicknamed the Roller Coaster Bridge because of it’s super steep slope and appearance of being a platform to the sky.

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