Amanohashidate View Land

Amanohashidate View Land, Miyazu: Hours, Address, Amanohashidate View Land Reviews: 4/5

Amanohashidate View Land
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Amusement & Theme Parks • Lookouts • Observation Decks & Towers
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9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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dyhx
Singapore3,303 contributions
Solo
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.
Written March 4, 2020
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XeniaLuminita
Bucharest, Romania7 contributions
Friends
It was like being in heaven, definetly a sight to see. After climbing all the way up and seeing the incredible scenery, we went down stopped for a while at the beach, I must say I never swam in such a beautiful place before, I totally recommend it if you're going in the summer.
Written July 3, 2014
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jacfrancoise
Singapore, Singapore40 contributions
Friends
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!
Written December 10, 2019
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roler
Olympia, WA66 contributions
Friends
Plenty of space to spread out and see the classic view of Amanohashidate, including a raised pedestrian walkway, and platforms for the silly under-the-legs photos. The locally made pudding and ice cream are delicious and very milky. There are several small scale rides for little kids, but adults probably don’t need to spend more than half an hour to an hour here to get the whole experience, The chair lift to get up here is really fun!
Written July 9, 2019
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skydownkuo
Bangkok, Thailand209 contributions
Family
We stayed at Monjuso Ryokan the night before, the entrance is about 5 minutes walk from the hotel. There are options of taking either a tram or chair lifts to go up and down the park. The view from this side is better than the Kasamatsu park side in my opinion.
There are also some rides on the top if you are travelling with children.
Written June 21, 2018
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medsp3c
Singapore, Singapore150 contributions
Couples
There was an option of taking the single chair or the tram up to the view point. Definitely recommend the chair as it is relatively safe and lots of fun. At the view point, there are some small activities for the adults and plenty of options for children. It is also a great view point for the land bridge on a good clear day.
Written April 17, 2018
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Samantha M
27 contributions
Solo
The "View Land" at Amanohashidate is really beautiful. Once you get to the top of the chair lift, you'll be rewarded with a fantastic view of the surrounding area. However, I thought it was a bit overpriced. Once you get to the top there are many activities, but they're more geared towards small children. Make sure to check out the sky walk and the restaurant.
Written February 18, 2018
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Carl S
Hong Kong, China34 contributions
Solo
The view is gorgeous! That's the reason it is 'Japan top 3 views'.

You can rent a bicycle and ride along, or you can take the boat trip.
Written September 22, 2017
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MaryC12345678
Mississauga, Canada376 contributions
Couples
This is quieter than the opposite end of the sandbar. The cafe at the top offers free wifi which can be useful to share your photos immediately with home like we did 😜
Written May 17, 2017
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Brandytessleo
Greater Sydney, Australia60 contributions
Couples
A must visit obviously when in Amanohashidate. The land bridge/spit is lovely and the surroundings are fabulous. We were there on a lovely sunny day making it very special. This is a glorious part of Japan and worth the time in your itinerary. We drove from Kyoto and found it easy.
Written June 1, 2016
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