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after taking train about30-40minutes from Hashimoto station, The train arrived Koyasan station whrere I took the cable car to the end(bus terminal)at 900 meter above sea level.thrre is souvenir shop/ cafe.
This station is ran by very kind and responsible people. After getting off the cable car I forgot my umbrella in there and the lady at the station ran for it like a hero and brought it back with the biggest smile.
From Nara we had to take two trains and a cable car to reach Koyasan at a height. The Japanese value time in its true sense, theirs and ours. We hardly ever waited for trains, ever there, even the cable car! Most admirable culture, hospitality...More
It’s fixed and working since April 2018.
Get your cameras out.
Also week days 2-3pm there’s a huge gap of no cable cars and or trains Is look up the schedule ahead as I had to wait an hour. Really beautiful view in the waiting...More
In typical Japanese efficiency. The train track had been damaged by a typhoon a couple of months earlier. When we got off our connecting train a bus was waiting. It left exactly when the train would have left, bypassing the rope way we where driven...More
We spoke to some helpful people at Osaka station and got a combined ticket which took us from Osaka, on the train, on the funicular railway and the buses once in Koyasan. We had a JR Pass, but you can't use that to get to...More
after all, it is from Gokurakubashi station that you take the funicular up to the buses waiting to take you in to town, or, exit the station and hike the Fudozaka Trail which brings you to the bus station at Nyonindo (you will be tired...More