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This ropeway runs the steep, rocky slope between Kurobedaira Station and Daikanbo Station in around 7 minutes, traversing a vertical distance of about 500 m. There isn’t a single support pillar between the two stations, so you’ll be able to enjoy incredible views of the Tateyama mountain range from this “mobile observatory.” With a seasonal character that runs from fresh greenery to fall foliage, the gorgeous expanses of the Northern Alps are not to be missed.
Ashikuraji, Tateyama-machi, Nakaniikawa, Toyama
Adult 1,300 (one way)Children 650 (one way)
April 16 to November 308:10 to around 16:00 (see timetable)
December 1 to April 15
Apr., May, Jun., Jul., Aug., Sep., Oct., Nov.
The fall leaf change takes about a month and a half to move from the summit to the foot of the mountains. Being able to visit at different times and enjoy the changing scenery is one of the area’s charms.
About one hour along the Toyama Chiho Railway’s Tateyama Line from Toyama Station.
About 40 minutes driving from Tateyama IC on the Hokuriku Expressway.
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