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See all of Tokushima spread out before you plus the Inland sea. There is a cafe for people who want to linger and see the view. The ropeway runs till evening so you can catch the night lights of the city.
The mountain could be accessed by tram. The station was located in Awa-odori Kaikan Hall so it was easy to find. Although it was raining, the view was still clear and the trip was comfortable. Up to the mountain there was excellent view of the...More
We visited there at the magic moment "around sun set timing". Actually that area is not so big. If you visit there, you can buy package ticket which include the dancing show, museum and the cable car. And cost around 1650 yen. Suggest to visit...More
Had brilliant advice from the Tourist Information office at the station.
Lots of routes, coloured maps etc.
However, when you try to start the climb there are no signs, you just have to guess you take the steps to the right of the shrine behind...More
I enjoyed the drive up to the park with its winding road but when I got to the top I was blown away with the spectacular views of Tokushima and its surrounding area, breath taking. I could see why this area was settled as it...More
Bizan Park has a great view of Tokushima, and riding the rope way to the top was a treat for our entire family. However, there is not much to do at the top, since there are a few monuments and a shrine and a large...More
We were looking for some outdoor activities to walk off the international plane journey, which had been followed by the long bus trip - but the weather was cold and a bit rainy, so this seemed like a reasonable compromise: a ride up in the...More
Wonderful views of Tokushima! Make sure to take the cable car. It's worth the money if you've never done it. The cable car gets you easily to the top of the park where there are different trails and museums. It is possible to go by...More