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Mt. Tsurugi

At 1,955m in height, Mt. Tsurugi is the second highest mountain in western Japan. However a climb to the top is not so difficult when going by the "climber's lift" to a trail high in the mountains followed by a one hour walk to the very top. On a clear day the view from the summit reaches out to the Pacific Ocean, the Seto Inland Sea, the Kii Peninsula and Okayama Prefecture on mainland Japan.

Information

Hours 9:00 - 16:45(8:00 – 17:45 from Jul. 23 to Aug. 28)
Operation period End of April to end of November
Fee ●Adult: 1860 yen (round trip), 1030 yen (one way)
●Child: 870 yen (round trip), 510 yen (one way)
Travel time About 6 minutes (one way)
Access About 10 minutes walk from JR Tokushima Station
Address Shinmachibashi 2-chome, Tokushima-shi

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Contact

Tel 0883-67-5277

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