The Eshima Ohashi scaffold is the biggest unbending casing span in Japan and the third biggest on the planet, yet its uniqueness does not stop there. This staggering structure seems to have a phenomenally soak slant on both sides, making it look more like a crazy ride that you can appreciate from the seat of your auto.
The astonishing scaffold associates the urban areas of Matsue and Sakaiminato, which transcends Lake Nakaumi. Since many water crafts use the lake for transportation, the designers chose to make it sufficiently elevated for boats to effortlessly go underneath. via [DailyMail, Lost At E Minor, BoredPanda] | via mymodernmet