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Very customer centric train tour through stunning scenery. Easily accessible from the Kurobe shinkansen station by taking the Toyama Chuo railway. Even saw some Japanese monkeys standing by the tracks.
We were there at Kurobe/Unazuki Onsen area on 10th Nov and the hills surrounding the Kurobe gorge was vibrant with fall colours. Riding the Kurobe Torroko train through the gorge is definitely a highlight to area.
We stayed overnight at Hotel Kurobe at Unazuki Onsen...More
Reading other reviews is clear this is worth your time. Here are some tips on how to get there from Toyama City if you have a JR rail pass. Internet reservations aside, you can only purchase tickets from the Dentetsu Toyama ticket office on the...More
The journey on the Torroko Train(トロッコ電車) to Kurobe Gorge 黒部渓谷, one of Japan's deepest & most beautiful gorges, is an awe-inspiring kaleidoscope of breathtaking scenery through its 20 kms ride. It crossed so many beautiful vermillion coloured bridges, Unazuki Dam, & tunnels, and it was...More
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Kurobe Gorge is surrounded by dense forests on both sides of the Kurobe River which is originated from Mountain Washiba located in Northern Alps of Japan. The high volume of water melted from winter’s heavy snow is the major source of hydroelectric power supply for...More
We went there on end of Oct, but the autumn color is still not to the fullest. The ride from unazuki to keyakidaira was so enjoyable, with bridges and yellowish green oranges color as backdrop. It was raining. Those on the regular seat wear rain...More
Best time to visit should be late Oct during peak Koyo . I can imagine how the place look like with mountain full of yellow/red leaves and the greenish water as background.
If time permit , at least spend some time to explore the Keyakidaira...More