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Visiting Hakone Ropeway

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Hakone is famous for many things like its ancient Shrines with stunning Toris, the tranquil lakes, hot springs, fuming Volcanos, lush green woods, the variety of Flora and Fauna and of course Mount Fuji. A Japan trip is incomplete without visiting Hakone. The best way to behold the abundance of natural beauty of Hakone is the Aerial Ropeway Journey. This exclusive sky glider is known for being the second largest one in the World. Watching the snow-covered peak of the majestic Mount Fuji against the Blue Sky from the Cable Car is a lifetime experience. The sulphuric activities and land formations are unique in this area. You can watch them from the Ride. Don’t be startled if you get the sulphuric smell, in fact, that will enhance your experience. But during the sudden massive Volcanic Activity, the authority stops the entire ropeway operation as per their safety measures. Apart from the Sulphur Valley, the infamous black eggs and black ice-creams are worth a try. The secret of the eggs are actually is the Sulphuric Hot Springs. Those eggs are boiled in those Hot Springs which turned them black. The amazing loop and the sight of Owaku-Dani Valley will multiply your Hakone Cable Car experience. The maintenance and operation of this entire Hakone Ropeway are well organized. They do not allow more than thirteen people in one cable car. And the frequency of Cars never let any guest for a long time. So if you are planning your Hakone Trip then do not forget to incorporate the Hakone Ropeway endeavor.

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Hakone Ropeway- The Panoramic View of Japan’s Natural Beauty

Hakone Ropeway- The Panoramic View of Japan’s Natural Beauty

The Volcanic View

The Volcanic View

Experiencing the view of a volcanic site full of raising fumes and Sulphuric activities is not a very common thing to behold. But if you are strolling in the sky in this Hakone Ropeway, then watching the Hot Springs, Sulphuric smells and the smoky volcanic sky will feel like a natural and common sight.

Lake Ashi

Lake Ashi

The crystal clear water and the prevailing tranquility of Lake Ashi are always enjoyable from many angles and levels. But getting its aerial view from the Cable Car is something more than mere enjoyment. The vastness of the indigo lake against the majestic mountain looks captivating and serene.

Mount Fuji

Mount Fuji

The most photographed landscape of Japan is the magnetic Mount Fuji. The snow-covered peak volcanic peak looks like a painting against the Blue Sky. And watching it from the height of the Hakone Ropeway is like getting almost a parallel view which is an out of the world experience.

Hakone Ropeway Tips and Tricks

How to Get Tickets?

Spot booking at their Kiosk is not at all troublesome. If you already have the Hakone Pass then you may get a certain discount.

How To Get Around?

You can easily explore the place on foot.

What Should I Wear?

Wearing some warm clothes are highly recommended. Because you will feel freeze without that as soon as the Cable Car start ascending.

Hakone Ropeway Facts

Best Time to Visit

Choosing a Sunny Day will be best. Otherwise, you may be disappointed due to fog or rain. Mount Fuji and Lake Ashi usually remain covered with mist during winter.

Currency

Japanese YEN

Will I Need a Guide?

If you are interested to know the details of whatever you are watching from the ropeway then you must get a bilingual guide

How To Get There?

The Hakone Ropeway is operational and can be availed from four stations- Togendai, Ubako, Owakudani (transfer) and Sounzan. You can get in from any of the stations. Few tourists often choose partial Ropeway Ride.

Additional Info

Try to get the details about the current situation of the Volcanic Sites before departing for the Cable Car ride. Because during the volcanic eruption and activities the Ropeway Service remain closed temporarily. If you have Vertigo then avoiding this ride will be a good idea.