Take in the dramatic mountain landscape of Northern Ibaraki as you plummet 100m towards the surface of the reservoir below. Even bungy jump fans and staff are in agreement: this is one for hardcore adrenaline junkies. While most bungy jumps lower jumpers to ground after jumper, Ryujin Bungy Jump uses a winch system to hoist jumpers back up to the bridge, ensuring a quick return to anxiously waiting friends.
Get Active at Ryujin Gorge
Canoeing, stand-up paddle boarding and boating are all possible at Ryujin Gorge and are a great way to immerse yourself in the area's rich nature. As the lake at Ryujin Gorge is a reservoir, there's no need to worry about currents and instructors are on hand to help with each activity making this a great destination for newcomers to outdoor activities.
The Symbol of Ryujin Suspension Bridge
Rujin Suspension Bridge is one of Japan's longest pedestrian bridges. After crossing to the far side of the bridge, visitors will find 'Mori no Kane' or 'The Forest Spirit Bells' which symbolise love, hope and good fortune, sending these sounds ringing out around the valley.
The bell symbolising love can only be rung when two people press the button together, making it a popular choice for couples making a wish together. The bells aren't just for couples, though; they're also popular with families and friends!
Japan's largest suspension bridge that crosses the V-shaped valley, an aerial walk experience that feels the four seasons!
The view of a school of carp streamers fluttering in the refreshing wind is so impressive! The carp streamers were presents from all over Japan. Please enjoy the beautiful scene only seen in May, surrounded by rich nature in the mountains.
Ryujin Big Suspension is 375 meters long and 100 meters high from the dam lake surface. The bridge was carefully designed as a very strong one, where even nearly 3,500 visitors can cross at the same time. The method of construction is adopted for strong winds and the parallel-wire-cables are used. So, this is one of the solidest pedestrian bridges in Japan.
*Please note that the bridge might be temporarily closed in case of bad weather such as strong winds and lightning.