Tairyuji Ropeway, Naka-cho

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  • It is a punishment that is not interested in the pilgrimage. It was interested in the road of moving parallels and moving up and down on the way, and it ran in shikoku mountain which was deeper than i thought. I checked the route in several places and GS, but it was impressive that there were many people who did not know.
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  • On the second day of the shikoku pilgrimage, we visited Tsurubayashi Temple 20, then went down the steep pilgrimage road and climbed the 21st Tairyu-ji temple again. The lower mountain from Tairyuji Temple, which is 618 meters above sea level, used a ropeway. There is a ropeway station when you go down the long stone steps in front of the main hall. It operates 00, 20 and 40 minutes per hour. Round trip 2,470 yen, I'm one way, so it's 1,300 yen. The passengers of the 15:40 downflight are privately rented by mys. A female guide is on board. The large ropeway of 2,775 m in length is the longest in Western Japan. The gondola offers a panoramic view of the mountains. The seat image of Kukai which is training on shashintake which has visited on the foot a little while ago to the left hand for the first time in the movement can be seen small. After crossing the mountain once, the gondola goes down to the foot of the mountain at a dash. The fresh green mountains and the villages of The Nakagawa River and Naga town, which meander under your eyes, can be seen beautifully. We arrived at the station Eagle's village in about ten minutes.
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  • Tairyuji Temple Ropeway is a ropeway that leads to Tairyuji Temple at The No. 21. Tairyuji temple used to be one of the most difficult places in Shikoku, but this ropeway made it easy for anyone to visit. This Tairyuji Ropeway is the longest in Western Japan. Moreover, the ropeway which crosses the river and crosses two mountains seems to be only here. In addition, the prop is the best in the world. On this day, we finished lunch at the village of The Station Eagle on the road. After the meal, it was time, so We took the ropeway from Washino-no-sato Station. The manual. I climb up on the ropeway. The size of the pulley is amazing. The origin of Tairyuji Temple. It's a pretty large box. A miniature was attached to the ceiling. It's time to start. Pass through the best post in the world. Pass the ropeway down. A steep ridge continues under the eyes. A statue of a wolf is placed on the top of the mountain. This is a statue of a great master. It is shashintake that Kobo Daishi trained. The end point came into view. Arrived at the station. The visit of Tairyu-ji temple is finished. The ropeway down was the blue one. Farewell Tairyuji Temple. The ropeway is expensive, but it's better to use it when you think about walking up. Otherwise, it becomes a climbing mountain. As far as the top sees, it seems to be considerably severe. Well, it might be a place where you have to climb from the bottom once.
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