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Mt. Kinka Ropeway, Gifu
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  •  Walk to anywhere near the cable car station car park is full, use the free car park is on the Bank of the Nagara River, but also surprised in the parking. Until the car goes at the end does not.  And do something like 7 years ago morning in was empty during the day of the holiday. From the stop and shop is ¥ 620, return ¥ 1080 p one way. Although the second time was because was not impressed by the special time many visitors 10 minutes in shuttling between car packed didn't. However, in the back room suddenly stopped cars. For earlier stops in tulbul state machine to swing yurayura. Up machine at the top of the same State. It suddenly stopped at a low voltage. Prepared to confinement for a long time, but five minutes later to resume. When off the bike and car guide is it is two people open the outside door was lowered head, speaking words of apology, but Valet is unfriendly itself. Was not education but was made to feel anxious customers. It was put up here to walk in the face.
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  • 1,000 yen little elementary school here half-price reasonable prices. Guide it's ride while hearing the explanation so quickly that feeling arrive during the. Ropeway is mostly Windows, so even a small child views of the creepy.
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  • Climbing up the mountain on foot Kink, we descended by cable car. During the descent, you can admire the views while listening to an explanation (Japanese only) about local history.
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