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Kinosaki Onsen Ropeway城崎温泉ロープウェイ

Ropeway, etc.

This ropeway is in Kinosaki-cho, Toyooka City. It runs from Kinosaki Onsen Station to the Daishi Sancho Station via the Onsenji Station. The 676-meter one-way trip takes about seven minutes. Onsenji Temple is located near Onsenji Station, and its main hall is a National Important Cultural Property. The Kinosaki Art Museum is also on the grounds. The temple's Oku-no-in Daishido sub-temple is on the summit, where there's also a lookout with a sweeping view of the hot spring town and the Sea of Japan.


Hyougo Pref. Toyokashi Kinosakichouyushima 806-1

phone 0796322530

10:30 and 50 minutes from 9:10-16:30
※ 12:30 only Sunday Public holiday

Review of Kinosaki Onsen Ropeway

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2018/05/17 It was ok
Just a short ride up to the top. I went on a really rainy day so it wasn't crowded at all, but of course the view wasn't as good as on a sunny day. Cafe at the top station was quite nice.
Reviewed:2018/01/13 Nice and have to try.
ticket for ride half way is 700Y, going up for pay respected temple. Nice view but not much sign or direction explanation for tourist.
Reviewed:2017/12/30 Not worth the time
A great view of the sea n where Kinosaki Onsen town sits but the shrine n surroundings don’t offer much. If u only hv one night here, not worth the time n money

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Hyougo Pref. Toyokashi Kinosakichouyushima 806-1 [map]



10:30 and 50 minutes from 9:10-16:30
※ 12:30 only Sunday Public holiday
2nd/4 thursday (Open on public holidays)
[Round on the top of the station] Adults 900 yen, Children 450 yen
[Onsenji station round trip] Adults 560 yen, Children 280 yen
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