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SORA terrace (SORA terrace)

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Located in Yamanouchi Town, Shimotakai County, Nagano Prefecture, the world's largest aerial tram with a capacity of 166 passengers will bring you to this terrace. The scenery from an altitude of 1,770 meters is amazing, and when the weather is right, a sea of clouds spreads below, like a scene from a fairy tale. The fresh green of spring and splendid autumn leaves are visible according to the season with the panoramic view.

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Nagano Pref. Shimotakaigunyamanouchimachi Yomase 11700 (Obuse / Nozawa / Shiga HighlandsArea)

phone 0269337131
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9:00-19:00
* Depending on the season. Check HP for details

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Address
Nagano Pref. Shimotakaigunyamanouchimachi Yomase 11700 [map]
Area
Obuse / Nozawa / Shiga HighlandsArea
Phone
0269337131
Hours
9:00-19:00
* Depending on the season. Check HP for details
Closed
HP confirmation
Fees
Adults (Junior high school students and older) 2,500yen, Elementary School Students 1,300yen
* Subject to change Check HP for details
Parking Lot
Available(1,500spaces)
Credit Card
Available (VISA, MasterCard)
* Excluding cafe
Note
Ryuoo Mountain Park Phone:0269-33-7131
Email:r-info@ryuoo.com

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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          Nagano prefecture is an exciting mix of mountains, hot spring monkeys, and preserved Edo history. At the heart of the Japanese Alps, Nagano is one of the country’s most popular destinations, whether in winter for its snow sports and the much-loved Jigokudani Monkey Park or in the warmer months for discovering the undulating hills on foot. For fantastic Edo architecture, head to the Kiso Valley for a 60-kilometer stretch of quaint wooden buildings that marked the Nakasendo route 200 years ago.