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Mt. Amagi Tunnel (Former Amagi Tunnel), Izu

(3.6/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
Mt. Amagi Tunnel (Former Amagi Tunnel) is located in Izu. Make Mt. Amagi Tunnel (Former Amagi Tunnel) a centerpiece of your Izu vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Izu trip itinerary maker.
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  • Went from yugashima side, but the entrance to the old road had become closed to vehicle traffic. Would see signs with trail ahead. Go to the bus stop near the tunnel entrance of the bypass and parked there, into the steep mountain trails. Quite hard. There was a tunnel and climb up the 15 minutes came 30 years ago does not change. Late afternoon, no one. Tourist spots are not, not added an extra hand. The left side of the entrance stood several big Icicle. One way forward to the 400-meter tunnel. Lights are Dim, her foot is often invisible. And the ground is frozen and needs attention. Make sure that no one came up to the middle to "sing that song. Recalled had long ago built here, who passed the lonely feeling is in the air. Here is good this way.
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  • Stopped in the middle of the hike. A medieval stone-built tunnel. On the other side of the tunnel is now feeling like I'm connected to the world.
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  • The tunnel was made over 100 years ago. Entire inside the tunnel is made of masonry, is a beautiful tunnel. Made of modern boring machines also have more than 100 years ago and is a surprise. Liked it from the kawazu town on the old road climbs after a long dirt road. Followed by a curve width is reduced, poor visibility. If the oncoming vehicle is, in the midst also place on the Valley side of the guardrail must be worst back. I think not confident driving from Izu-Shi is good. And the worst taxi has said. On the way I passed and two taxis. (Of course this is real)
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