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Asahidake Visitor Center旭岳ビジターセンター

Tourism Information Office

The Asahidake Visitor Center is near Asahidake Station on the Asahidake Ropeway and is the central location for the sightseeing in Mt. Asahi. Here you can see displays, photos and a DVD about the origin of Mt. Asahi and the nature surrounding Mt. Daisetsu. There is a place to sit down and relax where people who have been enjoying mountain climbing, walking and cross country skiing can unwind. At the information counter, you can hire snowshoes and cross country skiing equipment. They also have the latest local information and information on guides.

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place Kamikawa-gun Higashikawa Yukomanbetsu (asahidake onsen)
phone 0166972153

Review of Asahidake Visitor Center

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2018/04/29 Nice to drop by
We were on the way to the ropeway station and saw this. We dropped by for 15 minutes and that was enough. Not a bad visitor center but just not very exciting at all.
Reviewed:2018/11/03 旭岳ロープウェイ手前の無料駐車場前にあります
旭岳ビジターセンターは、旭岳ロープウェイ山麓駅の手前にある無料駐車場の道路をはさんだ向かいにありました。館内には旭岳についての情報があるほか、長靴やスノーシュー、歩くスキーなどのレンタルもしているようです。
現在、新しいビジターセンターが無料駐車場の奥側につくられていました。そのため、駐車場が半分ほどしか使えず、私たちが行ったときには、ちょうど1台分だけスペースができたところでした。完成までの...
Reviewed:2018/07/17 ロープウェイ乗り場を少し下ったところにあります
こじんまりとした建物に、旭岳山系に関する展示と休憩スペースのようなものがあります。周辺の自然や成り立ちなどを学べる興味深い施設でした。

Details

Address

Kamikawa-gun Higashikawa Yukomanbetsu (asahidake onsen) [map]

Phone

0166972153

Hours
9:00-17:00
Closed
12/31-1/5

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

Access

    There is no Station nearby.
    There is no Bus Stop nearby.
    There is no Parking nearby.
    There is no IC nearby.

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