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Mishima Skywalk, Shizuoka Prefecture: Video Introduction

Image of Mishima Skywalk, Shizuoka Prefecture
Photo:Mishima Skywalk, Shizuoka Prefecture

This video, titled "Mishima Skywalk Facility Introduction" (三島スカイウォーク 施設紹介), was uploaded by "[Official] Mishima Skywalk" (【公式】三島スカイウォーク).

The video introduces various facilities and attractions at Mishima Skywalk in Mishima, Shizuoka. If you're looking to get active, take a break and enjoy the scenery, or just see what kind of souvenirs you can find when visiting, be sure to check out this video before you go!

Home to the Longest Walkable Suspension Bridge in Japan

Image of Mishima Skywalk, Shizuoka Prefecture
Photo:Mishima Skywalk, Shizuoka Prefecture

Located in Mishima, Shizuoka, in Japan's Tokai Region, Mishima Skywalk (officially named Hakone Seiroku Mishima Suspension Bridge) opened in December 2015. Located along Japan National Route 1 leading to Hakone Pass, it's known as a spot with spectacular views of Mt. Fuji and Suruga Bay on clear days.

With easy access to Hakone, Izu, Atami, and other tourist spots, it's one of the best sightseeing courses around Mount Fuji.

Ziplines, Outdoor Activities and More! Everything to Do at Mishima Skywalk!

Image of Mori no Kitchen at Mishima Skywalk, Shizuoka Prefecture
Photo:Mori no Kitchen at Mishima Skywalk, Shizuoka Prefecture

Mishima Skywalk is located beyond the South Gate.
The south area is from the parking lot to the suspension bridge (Mishima Skywalk), and the north area is after crossing the bridge.

Here, we'll introduce places where you can enjoy the scenery, delicious food, and souvenirs so you can have fun at at your own pace.

At Sky Garden in the south area, you can enjoy a light meal while admiring the flowers blooming all over the ceiling. The original Mishima croquettes from Mori no Kitchen are a popular menu item.
[Video] 0:06 - Sky Garden (South Area)
[Video] 1:09 - Mori no Kitchen (South Area)

From the observation deck in the north area, you can enjoy a panoramic view of the suspension bridge and the majestic Mt. Fuji. In addition, Tree Tree Tree in the north area has a café, a store where you can buy souvenirs, an exhibit about the suspension bridge, and a reception desk where you can sign up for various activities.
[Video] 2:04 - Observation Deck (North Area)
[Video] 3:22 - Tree Tree Tree (North Area)

For those looking to get active and have fun with friends and family, we recommend the Long Zipline. This is a thrilling 560-meter round-trip zipline that takes you downhill in a single bound while enjoying views of the cityscape and Mt. Fuji.
[Video] 2:37 - Long Zipline (North Area)

In addition, Forest Adventure (North Area), an athletic facility in the forest, offers three courses with varying difficulty levels.

Moreover, Cliff Challenger features a 10-meter-tall climbing wall that beginners and advanced climbers can enjoy.
[Video] 2:56 - Forest Adventure (North Area)
[Video] 3:13 - Cliff Challenger (North Area)

Other facilities and activities include Dinosaur Adventure, E-bike trail tours, and more.
[Video] 1:54 - Dog Run
[Video] 2:27 - Flower Drop
[Video] 1:44 - Segway Guided Tours

Mishima Skywalk: Hours, Tickets, Parking, and Other Information

Image of Kicoro, the mascot of Mishima Skywalk, Shizuoka Prefecture
Photo:Kicoro, the mascot of Mishima Skywalk, Shizuoka Prefecture

The Mishima Skywalk suspension bridge takes less than 10 minutes to cross each way, accounting for time spent admiring the scenery and taking photos. In the north area, there's also a walking path called Kicoro Forest, an observation deck, and a number of stores, so it can take more than an hour if you take your time and fully explore the area.
[Video] 2:13 - Kicoro Forest

If you plan to participate in any of the activities, be sure to plan your schedule to allow for the time required for each activity. The facility also offers discounts for those with disabilities, and package tickets for the suspension bridge and activities in the area, so be sure to check out the official website for details on how to save money. You can also get a discount by showing your Hakone Freepass. A free parking lot is located at the south gate side and can accommodate up to 400 vehicles.

Tickets for Mishima Skywalk:
Adults - 1,100 yen
Junior high school students - 500 yen
Elementary school students - 200 yen

※Infants are free of charge
※Prices may change due to events and time of year.
※Other activities in the facility are charged separately.
Mishima Skywalk is open from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm daily, and is open all year round.
※Hours may change due to events and/or weather.

Other Services Available at Mishima Skywalk:
Strollers - 500 yen
Dog Carts - 500 yen
※Dog rental carts are only available for dogs under 25 kg and of a size that will fit in the cart. You may bring your own cart if it is less than 70 cm wide. Cages, bags, and carrying pets are not allowed.
Raincoats - Free

Things to Do Near Mishima Skywalk

Image of Mishima Taisha Shrine, Shizuoka Prefecture
Photo:Mishima Taisha Shrine, Shizuoka Prefecture

Here, we'll introduce some things to do near Mishima Skywalk. ※The travel time by car from Mishima Skywalk is listed in parentheses.

[Sightseeing spots on the Shizuoka Prefecture side]
Yamanaka Castle Ruins (6 minutes)
The nearest historical site from Mishima Skywalk. Nearby is the cobblestone path of the old Hakone Highway, where you can enjoy the atmosphere of the Edo period (1603-1868).

Mishima Taisha Shrine (20 minutes)
This shrine is famous as the shrine where Minamoto no Yoritomo prayed for the revival of the Minamoto clan.

Kakita River (25 minutes)
The Kakita River is one of the three clearest streams in Japan and was selected as one of the 100 Famous Bodies of Waters. It's well worth a visit to see its cobalt-blue water!

[Sightseeing spots on the Kanagawa Prefecture side]
The Hakone Barrier (15 min.)
This is a reconstruction of the Edo period (1603-1867) barrier station, which provides visitors with a glimpse of what travel would have looked like back in the day.

Hakone Shrine (20-25 minutes)
This shrine was revered by Tokugawa Ieyasu. It's visited by many worshippers every year as a power spot in Hakone.

Summary of Mishima Skywalk, Shizuoka Prefecture

Image of Mishima Skywalk, Shizuoka Prefecture
Photo:Mishima Skywalk, Shizuoka Prefecture

We hope you enjoyed this introduction to Mishima Skywalk in Shizuoka Prefecture. Although people tend to focus on the views and activities from the suspension bridge, the park also offers a wide range of facilities to enjoy. Consider taking a leisurely stroll through the park.
In 2023, the "Hydrangea Festival" will be held from June 10 to July 14, and there will be night lighting on weekends and Saturdays. Be sure to check the official website for more details.

【Official Website】Mishima Skywalk – Enjoy a View of Mt. Fuji From the Longest Suspension Bridge in Japan

【TripAdvisor】Mishima Skywalk (Mishima Suspension Bridge)

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Last Updated : Nov. 15, 2023
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