Narusawa Hyoketsu Ice Cave
This is a cave located at the eastern entrance to the “Aokigahara Jukai” (sea of trees) forest, and is one of the sightseeing spots within the Fuji Five Lakes area. In 864 A.D., when Mt. Nagao, a flank volcano of Mt. Fuji erupted, the red hot lava flow descended down between the ancient parasitic volcanoes creating this cave. The average temperature within the cave is as low as three degrees, and it is covered with ice year round. It was designated by the Ministry of Education as a Natural Monument in 1929.
- Yamanashi Pref. Minamitsurugunnarusawamura 8533 Map
- [Admission fee] 350yen, Children200yen
- Parking Lot
Information Sources: NAVITIME JAPAN
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- Very Bad Experience. Do not come if you value your life.
- This is a terrible place to visit unless you are fit and adventurous, The attendant at the gate didnt warn us enough about the danger. Our previous experience with lava ice cave was in Jeju and that...
- If you like caves
- Visited as part of our bus tour. I didnt enter the caves as not a fan of dark confined spaces. If you have mobility issues would give it a miss, as crouching over is required on part of the walk...
- Great but could be dangerous
- It is very quick, youll spend about 10-15 minutes in the cave. It is difficult to get down to and if you have any issues with tough terrain it may not be the best option. There is some crouching...
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- m | On foot about minutes
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