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We were there on a winter's morning, so there was not much of a crowd. Would love to try the chair lift that is non-operational in winter. But that's not what we came for. Everyone goes up for the view. By all means, take all...More
I found that the view from Kasamatsu Park was not as good as that from View Land. It took a 10-minute walk from the sightseeing boat pier, so going up the Park, looking around and then down took about 45 minutes. On hindsight, I liked...More
Visited Katsamatsu park with friends while in Japan, great for a walk round and photo opportunity for cherry blossom pictures. Spent a few hours here and well worth seeing if you are in the area.
Plenty of Japanese landscape and trees to take pictures of.
This park was located on the hill at one end of Amanohashidate. There were two options to transit to the hilltop: cable car or seat-lift. I chose the latter as there was safety net and the view was breathtaking. The park gave you 270 degrees...More
Worth visiting. Have lunch there at the restaurant which provides a panoramic view. Try having fun trying to throw 3 discs (cost of 200 yen) to a round circle over the cliff to get good luck. Not so easy... the discs don't go the way...More
we took the earliest train from Kyoto station at 07:30am and reach Amanohashidate station at 09:30am with a transfer in Fukuchiyama.
The new JR Kansai wide area pass has covered the cost of the entire journey included the Tango Railway operated by private company.
We reached Kasamatsu Park by cable car after arriving in the other end (by ferry) of this famous long sand bar. We followed this path as suggested by the staffs in the information counter after telling her we only plan to spend 2~3 hours in...More
Frankly, this side of view is very good but not as spectacular as the other side. If one is a completist, views from both sides of Amanohashidate should not be missed. If time is tight, I would suggest visit the other side "Amanohashidate View Land"...More