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Ryugashido Cavern

193 Inasacho Tabatake, Kita-ku, Hamamatsu 431-2221, Shizuoka Prefecture
+81 53-543-0108
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I have never been here

I haven't been here and don't plan on going here. I just want to stop this from showing up every... read more

Reviewed March 12, 2018
41gregoryr
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Logan, Utah
A cave of local importance

The cave is big, but the part open to casual visitors is not too big. The cave is mostly... read more

Reviewed January 3, 2018
Istvan Z
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Tokyo, Japan
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Ryugashi Cavern, the biggest cavern in the Tokai District, is located in the "chichibu" fossil layer of limestone rock. The total length of the cave is about 1000 meters, the first 400 of which are open to the public. It is located on the south face og Ryugashi Mountain, elevation 359 meters. The year around temperature in the cave averages 18℃, so you can enjoy this underground spectacle in comfore.
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  • Very good53%
  • Average17%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
Mar 12, 2018
“I have never been here”
Jan 3, 2018
“A cave of local importance”
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193 Inasacho Tabatake, Kita-ku, Hamamatsu 431-2221, Shizuoka Prefecture
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+81 53-543-0108
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Reviewed March 12, 2018

I haven't been here and don't plan on going here. I just want to stop this from showing up every time I log on.

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Reviewed January 3, 2018

The cave is big, but the part open to casual visitors is not too big. The cave is mostly accessible, easy to explore, and offers nice views of different formations, explanations of its discovery, history and uses. It is ideal for families as there are...More

1  Thank Istvan Z
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Reviewed September 26, 2016

I liked this cave even though its not that large but they made the cave accessible and easy to view by the tourists. I did not feel tired in entering the cave, no need to crawl and it was a very comfortable walk while seeing...More

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Reviewed April 19, 2016

After reading many positive reviews, I had higher expectations and hence was disappointed. The cave was rather small, basically a narrow tunnel. We spent less than 40 minutes inside the tunnel. The passageway was well lighted though slippery due to the constant water dripping through...More

1  Thank LG_Kay
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Reviewed February 9, 2015

Really didn't know what to expect before arriving. This was my first Cave exploration in any country so it was pretty cool. The water fall was the best sight, the formation was the probably the next best. Spent about 3 hours at this sight. Good...More

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Reviewed August 31, 2014

was a great surprise to me, cause I had no saw any photos of the cave, and I was impressed with , it is really good to walk inside of the cave!

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Reviewed December 26, 2013

This was definitely one of the best highlights of my trip. The cavern was very easy to walk through and beautifully lit, showcasing many of the natural, ancient formations and had many creative names for the structures too, which made it extra fun.The waterfall was...More

1  Thank Katy S
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Reviewed June 21, 2013

The cave is 400 meters long with varied rock formations. A waterfall inside can be enjoyed with a drop of 50 meters high. The average temperature is 18 degrees inside. It is believed to have over 200 million years.

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Reviewed December 7, 2012

A few hours out of Tokyo, we find ourselves thinking we have become professional speleologists... Loved the water fall deep in the belly of the dragon. It's funny how countries resemble each others deep inside; a great metaphor for how humans are all made the...More

2  Thank WorldIsAVillage
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Reviewed December 5, 2012

Well maintained natural cavern looking at a variety of over 50 limestone structures and with an internal waterfall. Impressive and worth trip. Highly recommended visit to Oku-Hamanako.

1  Thank Raelene D
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