|Address||Tano, Kokonoe Town, Kusu District, Oita Prefecture|
|Contact||Kokonoe Yume Grand Suspension Bridge Tourist Information Center|
Kyusuikei is widely known as a beautiful scenic spot for rich greenery, autumn foliage, and waterfalls. Natural forest of fir and Japanese Judas stretches through the 2-kilometer sheer cliff region along the Kusu River. There are many hairpin turns, hence the nickname "thirteen curves."
The location is also a known autumn foliage scenic spot. It draws a ton of spectators during the prime season around early November.
Kyusuikei is also visible from Japan's No.1 Kokonoe Yume Grand Suspension Bridge and other observatories in nearby regions.