The thing with nature is it isn't clockwork. Even if you come in the peek season and come when the tide is ideal there is no guarantee that you will see the whirlpools. That being said, the bridge itself is actually really cool on it's own and you can still enjoy a visit even if the whirlpools aren't spectacular.
I live in Naruto, so I know that sometimes these whirlpools are AMAZING. So hopefully you get lucky and get to see them. It's still worth a visit if you are in the area.
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