[Image1]Atami RopewayJust in front of the Atami Korakuen bus stop, take a walk in the air for about 3 minute
[Image2]Atami RopewayJust in front of the Atami Korakuen bus stop, take a walk in the air for about 3 minute
[Image3]Atami RopewayJust in front of the Atami Korakuen bus stop, take a walk in the air for about 3 minute

Atami Ropeway

Just in front of the Atami Korakuen bus stop, take a walk in the air for about 3 minutes in a retro gondola.
When you get off the ropeway, you will arrive at the summit of Mt. Hachiman, the best observatory in Atami.

From the summit terrace, you can see the city of Atami City below, and on a sunny day, you can see the Boso Peninsula and Miura Misaki in the east, Hatsushima Island in the foreground if you look south, and Izu Oshima Island in the far Pacific Ocean.

At the tip of the observatory is the "Umisora Terrace" where you can feel the closeness of the sea and the sky.
Also pay attention to the "Aijo Monument", a memory spot for lovers, "Umisora Cafe", which is popular for ice cream, and Koi Mikujido.

Address: 〒413-0023 Shizuoka Prefecture Atami City Wadahama Minami-cho 8-15
Phone number: 0557-81-5800
【Sanroku Station (in front of Korakuen Hotel)】 From JR Atami Station, take a bus to Atami Port and Korakuen Gardens for about 10 minutes → get off at Korakuen Garden.
【Summit Station】 From JR Atami Station, take the Yu~Yu bus for about 15 minutes→Atami Castle get off → about 3 minutes on foot.
Business hours: 9:30 a.m., 5:00 p.m., 5:30 p.m.
Open open all year (may be temporarily closed due to stormy weather, maintenance, etc.)
Adults (junior high school students and older) 400 yen one-way, 700 yen round-trip
Children (4 years old ~ elementary school students) 300 yen one way, 400 yen round trip
Parking lot: Use of the multi-storey parking lot of "Atami Korakuen Hotel" (free for 2 hours by showing your parking ticket at the window)

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