Amanohashidate Tourism Japan


The term "Bridge in Heaven" it's not overwhelming if you witnessed the beautiful coastal area of Amanohashidate, Kyoto in the North. A term that refers to the shape of the mound of sand that resembles the meandering lanes, like linking heaven and earth when seen from the mountains at either end of the Bay.

Amanohashidate

The sand dune fence surrounded by nature in the form of pine trees. The number of trees that reach 8000 considered the points pine trees the best in Japan. There is a special designation for the unique trees, such as the Meoto Matsu (Pine Couples), Nakayoshi no Matsu (Friendly Pine), and Chie no Matsu (Pine Wisdom).

The southern end of sand dune is a five-minute walk from the station, Amanohashidate. The cost that you need here about ¥ 850-1000.

Came from 9:00-17:30 (on February 21-20 July), at 8:30-18:30 (on 21 July-20 August), at 9:00-17:30 (21 August-20 October), and 9:00-17:00 (on 21 October-20 February).

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