Osaki Channel Crossing

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Osaki Channel Crossing is a power line crossing of the Seto Inland Sea south of Yoshina, Takehara in Japan, which was built in 1997 and runs to the Ozaki Power Plant. The Ozaki Power Plant is owned by Chugoku Electric Power Company and is situated on an island on the Inland Sea. It has a span width of 2145 metres. As at Chūshi Powerline Crossing towers with three crossbars are used. Their height is 223 metres, just 3 metres less than that of the Chūshi Powerline crossing making them the second-tallest electricity pylons in Japan.