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The weather was quite good so we took the ropeway up to Mt Bizan. The city views were great and there were also some nice koyo to enjoy too during the time we were there. There is also a stupor, more like a peace monument...More
Visiting Mount Bizan is probably the top thing to do when in Tokushima. We went up to the top of the hill via ropeway because we were too lazy to hike. You can enjoy nice views of the city and the mountains of Shikoku. There’s...More
You go to the top of Mt Bizan by cable car, which is itself great fun - it is a modern cable car with excellent viewing. At the top is a stupa, and you have genuinely impressive views of the city, the river estuary and...More
There is a ropeway from the 5th floor of the Awa Odori keikan. The view of Tokushima from the top is nice and there is a small cafe plus some nice walkways and paths. You can choose to walk down if you want a more...More
Take the ropeway (cable car) to the top of Mt Bizan for great views over Tokushima. There is a nice walk around the top where you can view different aspects of the countryside. Best views are on a clear day.
The ropeway station is a cheap fun way to the top although there is always the option of a hike if you've got the time and energy. Little cafe and a few temples at the top. Mainly taken for the view which can be very...More
Went on a Saturday afternoon and it was very quiet. The cable car only has space for about 20 persons and runs only every 15 minutes. But plenty of space. The walks on top are well signposted (even in English). Went along the paths and...More
The Awa Odori Kaikan is a great place to visit because it gives you a good introduction to the city...there is a museum, displays, and a chance to try the Awa Odori as well.Try the fun ropeway to the top of Mt. Bizan, where... More
The Awa Odori Kaikan is a great place to visit because it gives you a good introduction to the city...there is a museum, displays, and a chance to try the Awa Odori as well.Try the fun ropeway to the top of Mt. Bizan, where you can see a panoramic view of the city. Be sure to stop by the information center so you can pick up information about other places to visit that fit your schedule and interests. For example, if you have time, I would recommend a day trip to Naruto. For the record, the soba restaurant at the bottom of the ropeway is surprisingly good.