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Directions to Tsuru no Mai Bridge & Tsugaru Fujimi Lake

Tsuru no Mai Bridge : the wooden bridge over Tsugaru Fujimi Lake

Tsuru no Mai Bridge  is an arched wooden bridge which crosses over Tsugaru Fujimi Lake near Fujimi Lake Park.

This is one of the popular destinations in Tsuruta for both tourists and local residents.

Directions and transportation information to get to Tsuru no Mai Bridge, Tsugaru Fujimi Lake and Fujimi Lake Park are found on this page.

Tsuru no Mai Bridge & Tsugaru Fujimi Lake Route map

Directions to Tsuru no Mai Bridge & Tsugaru Fujimi Lake

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Tsuru no Mai Bridge By Taxi

Tsuru no Mai Bridge By taxi

From JR Mutsu Tsuruda Station

Total time Approx. 10 minutes
Cost Approx. 2,000 yen

Tsuru no Mai Bridge By Taxi

No car!? No worries! Experienced taxi drivers await you at JR Mutsu Tsuruda Station. Taxi drivers know the ins & outs of the area so make sure to ask them about restaurants and other near-by must-visit places.
JR Mutsu Tsuruda Station

Tsuru no Mai Bridge By Car

Tsuru no Mai Bridge By Car

From JR Mutsu Tsuruda Station

Total time Approx. 10 minutes
Parking free

Take a cruise in your own vehicle at your convenience!

Don’t forget to stop by at Tsuruta History & Culture Museum on the way to Tsuru no Mai Bridge. Parking is free at Fujimi Lake Park. Enjoy beautiful scenery as you hike around Tsuru no Mai Bridge and Crane Nature Park.

Tsuru no Mai Bridge By Bus & walking

Tsuru no Mai Bridge By Bus & walking

From JR Mutsu Tsuruda Station

Total time Approx. 30 minutes
Cost 290 yen

Enjoy a bus ride and a stroll by Fujimi Lake
(Bus: 10 min + Walking: 20 min <1.5km=1 mile>)

Hop on a bus at Mutsu Tsuruda Station and get off at Mawarizeki Jumonji intersection. Feel the breeze and enjoy the view as you stroll on the embankment by the lake.

Make sure to visit Onsen at Tsugaru Fujimiso on the way back!


Bus Schedule (as of 4/1/16)
Konan Bus Line: Goshogawara – Tsuruta (via Mawarizeki) 109

Get off at “Mawarizeki Jumonji”

Mutsu Tsuruda Station Mawarizeki Jumonji
7:11
(On weekends and holidays as well)
7:21
13:16 13:26
18:16 18:26
Mawarizeki Jumonji Mutsu Tsuruda Station
8:50
(On weekends and holidays as well)
8:59
12:45 12:54
17:45 17:54

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Tsuruta Tourist destinations

1State cultural property TodoroppoState cultural property Todoroppo
Huge Fir tree estimated 350 years old, 30 meters tall with a 6 meter diameter.

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2Crane Village Furusato MuseumTsuru no Sato Furusato Kan(Crane Village Furusato Museum)
Furusato Museum is a reconstructed house that has original structure and floor plan from early Meiji period.

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3Tsuruta Crane Nature ParkCrane Nature Park
Tsuruta was a winter-feeding site for many crane in Edo period.  Currently, Crane Nature Park hosts about a dozen red-crowned crane.

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4Fujimi Lake ParkFujimi Lake Park
Fujimi Lake Park features 360-degree-loop slide, children’s play area, picnic & barbecue areas and more.

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5Tsuru no Mai BridgeTsuru no Mai Bridge
Japan’s longest arched wooden bridge crosses over Tsugaru Fujimi Lake as a shadow of Mt. Iwaki beautifully reflects on the lake surface.

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6Fujimi LakeTsugaru Fujimi Lake
Tsugaru Fujimi Lake is a special place to Tsuruta residents.

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7Tsuruta History & Culture Museum Tsuruta History & Culture Museum
Former Mizumoto Elementary School building is preserved as an exhibition for introduction of life and history of old Tsuruta.

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8Gingko Tree at Daisho Shinmei-gu ShrineGiant Ginkgo Tree at Daisho Jinmei-gu ShrineGiant Gingko Tree estimated 400 years old, 32.5 meters tall with a 5.56 meter diameter.

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9Michi no Eki Tsuruta, Crane Village ArujaMichi no Eki Tsuruta:Tsuru no Sato Aruja(Roadside station: Crane Village Aruja)
Fresh local produce, Steuben Grape and other local products are available for purchase.

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about tsuruta

Population: 14,179 (as of Aug 2012)
Sister City: Hood River, Oregon, USA
Municipal Tree: Japanese Pine
Municipal Flower: Apple Blossom
Municipal Bird: Japanese Red-crowned Crane
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