The Kappa Bridge is a wooden suspension bridge stretched over the Azusa River in at the Chubu Sangaku National Park, located in the Nagano Prefecture of Kamikochi, Japan. It was the inspiration for the 1927 novel "Kappa" by Ryunosuke Akutagawa and when viewing this bridge, it is understandable why. Surrounded by an absolutely beautiful scenery of majestic mountains and lush forest, it is a testament to the wonders and awe of Japan landscape.
Now, with the help of this live video stream, you can view the serene grace of the Kappa Bridge and its surrounding vestige. Available only during daylight hours, 7 days a week, this webcam focuses on one side of the bridge with a clear view of the mountains and surrounding area in the background. Plan on a visit? Check this live camera for current weather conditions before visiting to ensure an experience you will never forget.