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Ryugashido Cavern, Hamamatsu
(3.8/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
Dating back 50 million years, Ryugashido Cavern stands as the largest stalactite cave in Japan. Around 400 m (1,312 ft) of space open to the public and 50 observation points draw visitors here year-round. Admire the stalagmites and stalactites of all shapes and sizes, limestone rooms, and colorful stone walls visually enhanced by tasteful lighting. Highlights include a 30 m (98 ft) high waterfall tumbling from the ancient rocks. A museum awaits at the end, with further information in an English pamphlet. Buy a memento in the souvenir shop and don't miss tasting the ice cream. Plan to see Ryugashido Cavern and other attractions that appeal to you using our Hamamatsu vacation trip planner.
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  • I've seen already significantly more impressive caves, nevertheless it has also its allure. Especially for people who do not know something, or simply a search destination. The waterfall is interesting at the back in the cave. It's also great that you must zurügehen not the same way.
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  • I went when it came into play in Hamamatsu, nephews family and his mother during the summer. Summer was outside, but very cool ryugashido cave in, was full of negative ions. Waterfalls and spot maintained clean and safe, and depth than expected, I enjoyed very much I was able. Very recommended to come to travel in Hamamatsu.
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  • Visit in the summer and out feel a great difference between the air temperature. Not so large, but suitable to families with small children. Souvenirs are cheap and, surprise! Too often lack the appetite for buying out reverse.
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