This is a great bridge. It is right between the Kanaya Hotel and the entrance to the Nikko temples. It was recently redone, with generally beautiful results (the structure is solid and well-painted. But where you used to walk on the wooden surface, you are now on an elevated, carpeted riser so your feet don't touch the special wood. Sheesh!)
The wife paid an admission to walk over it. Unless you are severe Shinto, I don't see the point. Just take a photo from the road and save the Yen for admission to the shrines on the other side).
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