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Seriously recommended by the tourist information center staff! 4 places you must see when you come to Tateyama!
We will introduce four recommended sightseeing spots that are confidently recommended by local tourist information staff.
It is said to be the most beautiful volcanic lake in the Northern Alps, with mountains over 3,000 meters reflected on the deep blue surface. There are also many ptarmigans living nearby, and if you're lucky, you might be able to encounter them.
Murodo Terminal, which is approximately 2,450 meters above sea level, can be accessed by taking the cable car and Kogen Bus from Tateyama Station for about an hour and a half, and from Murodo Terminal by walking along a well-maintained promenade for about 10 minutes. There is no need to climb the mountain, so you can easily enjoy the spectacular views.
Nearby drop-in spot “Mikurigaike Onsen”
Mikurigaike Onsen is a mountain hut located right next to Mikurigaike Pond, which is home to the highest natural hot spring in Japan. You can also use it for day trip bathing, and you can also use the shop, restaurant, and cafe space.
Shomyo Falls is Japan's tallest waterfall (350 meters) that originates from the Tateyama Mountain Range. The waterfall, which falls in four tiers, is quite impressive, and in spring, when there is a lot of water from melting snow, Alder Falls (500m high) also appears next to it.
The waterfall falling from a place higher than Tokyo Tower (333m) is quite impressive if you walk along the promenade to the basin of the waterfall!
■60 minutes by car from Hokuriku Expressway Tateyama IC (2 hours by car from Hokuriku Shinkansen Toyama Station)
■15 minutes by Shomyotaki Kansho bus from Tateyama Station on the Toyama Regional Railway Tateyama Line
Please note that the road is closed during the winter (mid-November to late April)
Nearby drop-in spot “Rest House Shomei”
At the entrance to the promenade, you can eat light meals such as curry, ramen, and soft serve ice cream at Rest House Shomea. Eating curry in nature is special.
This museum introduces the history of Tateyama, the Tateyama faith, and the nature that served as the setting.
In addition to the exhibition area, there is also the "Yobokan" where you can watch realistic images on three large screens, and the "Mandara Yuen" where you can experience the world of Tateyama Mandala with all five senses. You can also tour the red bridge "Nunohashi" where the "Nunohashi Kanjo-e", a ceremony to save women, is held once.
A must stop for history buffs!
■40 minutes by car from Hokuriku Expressway Tateyama IC (1.5 hours by car from Hokuriku Shinkansen Toyama Station)
■Approximately 10 minutes by town bus from Chigaki Station on the Toyama Regional Railway Tateyama Line
Nearby drop-in spot “Oyama Shrine Chugu Prayer Hall”
Oyama Shrine Chugu Prayer Hall is adjacent to the Tateyama Museum "Museum" and can be accessed on foot.
Oyama Shrine, which enshrines the sacred mountain Tateyama as a sacred mountain, is made up of three shrine buildings: the Tateyama Summit Head Office, the Ashikura Chugu Prayer Hall, and the Iwatsumaedateshadan.
The grounds are lined with cedar trees, and you can enjoy the scenery as if you have wandered into the world of Ghibli!
You can display and sell the works of the Etchu Seto ware pottery, which has a history of over 430 years, and try your hand at making pottery using local clay.
The view from the building, which is built on a hill overlooking Toyama Bay, is also spectacular.
If you make a reservation, you can also try your hand at making pottery or painting, which will be a perfect memory of your trip.
■10 minutes by car from Hokuriku Expressway Tateyama IC (40 minutes by car from Hokuriku Shinkansen Toyama Station)
■15 minutes by town bus or taxi from Toyama Local Railway “Gohyakoku Station”
Nearby drop-in spot “Shirayuki Farm”
Shirayuki Farm is a farm created by Shirayuki Farm, which operates agriculture and guesthouses in Tateyama Town. A cargo container is placed in the middle of a rice field, and two parent and child ponies are living around it. Please be healed by the Tateyama mountain range that can be seen through the container and the parent and child pony.
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It was very difficult to choose carefully, but I would like you to see the charm of Tateyama Town, which is rich in nature and has a deep history. We'll be expecting you! ! !
Tateyama Town is the entrance to the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route, which is home to 3,000m-class mountains.
Not only can you take on the challenge of serious mountain climbing, but you can also easily enjoy spectacular views such as ``Yuki-no-Otani,'' ``Kurobe Dam,'' and ``Mikurigaike.'' can.
Electrically assisted mountain bikes (E-BIKEs) are also available for rental and tours in various parts of town, allowing you to fully enjoy the charm of Satoyama while enjoying outdoor activities.
●Access by train
Toyama Station - Dentetsu Toyama Station - Tateyama Station Approximately 1 hour from Dentetsu Toyama Station on the Toyama Local Railway
Toyama Station - Dentetsu Toyama Station - Gohyakkoku Station Approximately 30 minutes from Dentetsu Toyama Station on the Toyama Local Railway
●Access by car
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