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Amanohashidate View Land

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Amanohashidate View Land

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Monju, Miyazu 626-0001 Kyoto Prefecture
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e-BIKE, the motor assists up to two-thirds of the power. Powerful and easy ride even on slopes or long distance.<br><br>e-BIKE is the best tool for trip in Amanohashidate and Ine. Amanohashidate is natural sand bar which can be passed through by e-bike.<br><br>You can rent it whole a day.<br><br>Rent point is Amanohashidate station, Hashidate bay hotel, Ine tourist information and so on.<br><br>You can return it both of Amanohashidate and Ine.<br><br>Let's enjoy supreme cycling in Amanohashidate !
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ラマ ラゼンダラ wrote a review Aug 2020
Kyoto, Japan36 contributions2 helpful votes
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I went to here with friends . It’s so beautiful place and wonderful view . I really loved it . If you visit japan try to visit Kyoto Amanohashidate Viewland I really recommend this place .
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Date of experience: June 2020
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dyhx wrote a review Mar 2020
Singapore3,034 contributions145 helpful votes
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Boasts of one of top 3 most beautiful spots in Japan. I wouldn’t doubt it. Very blessed with excellent weather, clear skies so it looked superb, just like how it should. The highlight must-do here, is the Matanozoki, which is to stand on one of those stone steps, open your legs apart, bend over and look in between your legs. The sand pitch with the lush greenery is supposed to appear like a dragon ascending to the sky. Quite honestly, I did it a few times but didn’t quite see the flying dragon still, haha. But it’s a scenic view nonetheless. Took the chairlift up as the monorail operates only every 20 mins (and takes only 40pax each time) while the chairlift is constantly running so you don’t waste time waiting. The duration up is about the same 6-7 mins. The chairlift however, doesn’t have any belt so you really have to sit still or risk falling off and jamming up the entire system. It’s not as scary as it sounds or looks. But still, I’m surprised by how unsafe it is by Jap standards. Also this wouldn’t be ideal for families with young kids. Then I was lucky to catch the monorail just about to leave for the ground. It departs every 10th, 30th and 50th min of the hour. So I got to try both means of transport! In fact the journey down was so empty I had the entire first cabin to myself. Am glad we were one of the earlier groups to arrive so the entire place was fairly empty and made for good pictures. We were given an hr here which is more than enough for adults but I would imagine if I had my nephews with me, they wouldn’t leave till they finished all the amusement park rides.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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JaegerLim wrote a review Dec 2019
Singapore156 contributions43 helpful votes
Take the chair lift , much faster with better view when coming down instead of squeezing with so many people on the monorail. For those who drove , park nearer to the station as it is 500Y with 50Y discount voucher given for the view land entrance . Those on the main strip charge between 600-800Y Nothing much to say since the purpose of visiting this location is to see the “famous” view . At least this location offer much more view than the other side
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Date of experience: December 2019
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jacfrancoise wrote a review Dec 2019
Singapore, Singapore40 contributions15 helpful votes
Worth the 2 hour trip from Kyoto. Wish we had planned a longer time as there's more than we expected to see there! You can actually take a boat or cycle down to the other side where there are even more sights!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Jesse, KyotobytheSea wrote a review Oct 2019
Kyotango, Japan21 contributions2 helpful votes
For people with less time to explore the area, the Viewland (as opposed to Kasamatsu Park on the far side of the land bridge) will give you access to an overlook of Amanohashidate, one of Japan's Three Scenic Views. Amanohashidate is a naturally occurring land bridge covered in thousands of pine trees, walking path, and white sand beaches. Viewland gives you a panoramic overview of the site. For families with children, this is park has a variety of rides and activities (think carnival: Ferris wheel, merry-go-round, archery, go-carts, etc), and some places to buy refreshments. But for people visiting without young children, this takes away from the ambiance of the area and its a bit distracting to see a mini-train toting visitors around while trying to appreciate the natural beauty of the area. This area is located quite close to the train station, as well as close to a variety of cafe's, shops, and the rotating bridge that one crosses when first strolling along the Amanohashidate path. It also features Chionji Temple, temple of wisdom and its impressive entrance gate. While I prefer the serenity of Kasamatsu Park, if what you are after is the view, then both sides perform equally. With limited time I would choose this side, but for visitors with more time to spare, I would recommend walking, biking, boating, or taking a bus and trying to get up to Nariaiji Temple on the far side of Amanohashidate (accessible via mountain bus from Kasamatsu Park). One last note: there are some really excellent Japanese inns with actual hot springs located on the Viewland side and within a 2 minute walk of the train station. While the restaurants are not as good on the Viewland side, the Japanese inns often include meals that will be far superior to restaurant experiences. Visiting this location won't take more than an hour unless you have young children or plan to spend time at the top having a picnic, reading, etc.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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