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Mt. Takao (高尾山)


This is popular as a mountain that can be reached from the city in just one hour. Having received three stars as a sightseeing location from the Michelin Guide, it is visited by approximately 3 million people each year who come primarily for viewing colorful fall foliage or to hike in the warmer months. It’s an easy mountain to access for both children and inexperienced visitors with a cable car in addition to the various well-maintained hiking paths. It’s famous for tororo soba and shops also sell souvenirs associated with tengu (a long-nosed goblin in Japanese folklore). There is also a monkey park, wildflower garden, and observatory, and in the summer season the beer garden near the summit is popular. An onsen (hot springs) lies just in front of Takaosanguchi Station.


Tokyo Hachioujishi Takaomachi (Machida / Takao / HachiojiArea)


[Cable car] Go through from 8:00
(Time of the last operation is Depending on the month)

[Chair lift]
[May--Nov.] 9:00-16:30
[Dec.--April.] 9:00-16:00

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Tokyo Hachioujishi Takaomachi [map]
Machida / Takao / HachiojiArea
[Cable car] Go through from 8:00
(Time of the last operation is Depending on the month)

[Chair lift]
[May--Nov.] 9:00-16:30
[Dec.--April.] 9:00-16:00
[Cable car, lift fare (One way)]
[Adults (Junior high school students and older)] 490yen
[Children (3 years old and over)] 250yen

[Cable car, lift fare (round trip)]
[Adults (Adults) Junior high school students and older)] 950yen
[Children (3 years old and over)] 470yen
Parking Lot
Use nearby parking lot

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN


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