Narusawa Ice Cave, Narusawa-mura
(4.2/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
Experience sub-zero temperatures any time of the year as you make your way down into Narusawa Ice Cave. Take caution and hold onto the thick bamboo railing as you make your way into the 21 m (68 ft) deep ice cave created by an outpouring of lava, caused by a volcanic eruption that occurred over a thousand years ago. As you traverse the cave, look for a small ice pond, and beware of sharp pillars of ice sticking down from the ceiling. A visit to Narusawa Ice Cave represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Narusawa-mura vacation trip planner to plot your vacation.
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  • It was really surprising this place! Is really magic! I really liked the blue light inside the cove! I supposed it was a little bit bigger but it doesn't change my mind! 
  • We took the Viator tour to the ice cave (including Mt Fuji in the morning). The caves are interesting and worth a visit. The website does not really prepare you for the level of difficulty of the cave...  more »
  • Ice in the lowest cavern in the early autumn. Interesting how ice forms. 5-6 metre section where you need to crawl through. Height of the tunnel is about desk height only and the floor is wet. Wear th...  more »