Introduction of Mishima Sky Walk
Mishima Skywalk is located in Sasahara-Nitta, Mishima City, Shizuoka Prefecture, and is the longest 400m pedestrian suspension bridge in Japan.
The official name of the suspension bridge is “Western Hakone / Mishima Ohashi Suspension Bridge" and it opened on December 14, 2015 with a total construction cost of about 4 billion yen.
It is a private facility operated by Fujiko, a game business in Mishima City, and its users are said to be 2.2 million in its first two years of operation, so it’s fine.
By the way, before Mishima was built, the longest 390m long " Kuju Yumedai Suspension Bridge " in Kuju , Kyushu .
The 70-meter-high suspension bridge offers a great view.
The elevation is 415m above the bridge girder, so you can see Suruga Bay from Numazu City, Mishima City and Nirayama, and you can also see the magnificent Mt. Fuji below.
As an anti-earthquake measure, it is designed to withstand a strong wind of 65m / s without breaking even at a seismic intensity of 7, but of course it swings a little because it is a suspension bridge.
Suspension bridges are somewhat unsafe if they do not shake.
The width of the walking space is 160cm so that wheelchairs can pass each other.
In addition, there is “Dock Run" where you can play pets just across the skywalk bridge (on the opposite bank), and you can play with dogs at no extra charge.
However, when crossing the bridge, back gauges and hugs are also prohibited, and it is necessary to use a “pet cart" rental for medium and small dogs.
* A pet cart that is up to 70cm wide and hides your head is allowed.
There are plenty of souvenir shops and snack shops in the free area, such as Restaurant Mori no Kitchen, which offers curry and rice.
Eating, drinking and smoking in pay areas are prohibited.
It is forbidden to cross the bridge with an umbrella on rainy days, and it is mandatory to wear a raincoat when it rains.
* Kappa is
also prohibited for free parasols.
Drones are, of course, prohibited.
Be careful not to fly your hat.
In addition, as it is outdoor facility, business may be canceled depending on stormy weather.
Specifically, it may be closed when the constant wind speed is 15m / sec or more, or when there is heavy fog, snow, or lightning.
It would be nice to have sunscreen in summer and cold protection in winter.
Admission fee (crossing round-trip fee) is as follows.
Adults 1,000 yen
Junior high and high school students 500 yen
Elementary school students 200 yen
Stroller rental 500
yenPet cart rental 500 yen
It seems that there is no card mark at the counter, but it seems that various credit cards such as MUFG, DC, UFJ, NICOS, UnionPay, VISA, Master, JCB, AMERICAN EXPRESS, Diners Club can be used.
Business hours are from 9 am to 5 pm.
Discounts and coupons for entrance fees are not official, but there are special discounts and set tickets for bus use.
First of all, Odakyu’s Hakone Free Pass , when presented at the counter, admission is a discount of 100 yen for adults, 50 yen for junior and senior high school students, and 20 yen for elementary school students.
From Mishima Station, there is the Hakone Road Enjoyment Pack (1800 yen for adults) of the Tokai Bus.
There is a discount of 100 yen, with a regular ticket of 900 yen, “Mishimaru Ticket" which offers a good bus fare, and a 1,000 yen Mishima Skywalk admission ticket.
Transportation to the Mishima Skywalk
By train: From Mishima Station on the Tokaido Shinkansen and Tokaido Main Lines of JR Tokai, about 25 minutes from bus No. 5 at the south exit, get off at “Mishima Skywalk" and the fare is 560 yen.
All-you-can-eat “Mishimaru Ticket" issued by Tokai Bus is 900 yen, so it is a great deal for round-trip use.
From the Motohakone Port bus stop, it takes about 20 minutes to Mishima Station on the Tokai Bus Orange Shuttle No. 4 bus stop at Motohakone Port, and the fare is 650 yen.
You can also use the bus at Odakyu’s Hakone tour “Hakone Free Pass".
The parking lot will be free of charge for 400 cars and will enter the parking lot from 8:30 in the morning.
The location is also known on our original Kanto map.
You can arrive from Lake Ashi on National Highway No. 1 toward Mishima for 15 minutes, so please try new spots.
The time required for sightseeing is 30 minutes for a round trip just over the bridge, and 40 to 90 minutes in total.