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Went yesterday (August 21, 2018) and it was really cloudy so when we went to the top we barely saw through the clouds which wasn't bad but it was the same view all around. The ropeway for 2 round trip costs 1860 yen. We took...More
My suggestion is take the ropeway one way. Either up, or down. The ropeway is great but to see everything (like the buddha and temple) you must hike down. And if you are stubborn like me and bought a round trip ticket without knowing, you...More
I'm confused why TripAdvisor has this listed as just a ropeway, since at the top of the mountain there's a gorgeous Buddhist shrine with so much to explore. I went here in the peak of the summer, but despite the uncomfortable amount of sweating I...More
We used the rope way to get to the top of the mountain and spent 4 hours walking around to see the amazing views and even more amazing stone Buddha's and of course the largest Buddha in Japan which is very impressive (having visited on...More
Directed here by a local colleague, I took the train to Hama-Kanaya station and took the less-than-10-minute walk to the Ropeway (go straight out of the station until you hit the main road, turn left and follow it until you see the sign pointing to...More
The ropeway station is located about a 10 minute walk from Hamakanaya Station (head out of the station and go straight until you see the main road by the water, turn left and walk until you see the large ropeway billboard and bear left).
This was truly a hidden gem. My wife and I went here to see the Big Buddha and it did not disappointment. We bought the two way ticket since I was lazy and I knew there would be a lot of hiking to be done...More
The rope-way was a nice, quick, inexpensive ride to the top with stunning views. When purchasing my ticket the woman asked if I'd like one-way or round trip. I told her I'd like to ride up and walk down, to which she replied "190 minutes."...More