Eshima Oshai bridge in Japan is a rigid frame bridge that connects the cities of Matsue and Shimane over Nakaumi lake. It was started to build in 1997 and construction finished in 2004. It is the largest rigid frame bridge in Japan and also the third largest rigid frame bridge in the world.
It is located in Japan’s western Chugoku region. It appears to stretch from the ground up to the sky. If you take a picture to see the bridge’s famous “sloping up into the sky” effect, it is endorsed like you take pictures from the Matsue city side.
This bridge looks like a roller coaster that you can enjoy sitting in your car. Maybe this miracle bridge is your chance.