Tateyama Caldera Sabo Museum, Tateyama-machi

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  • It was a wet day so rather than heading up the Alpine route for hiking we had a musuem day. The ticket office sells a joint ticket to see two other museums or so within walking distance. One is down t...  more »
  • Before shōmyō falls toward the arimine forest drive came to rest. This time we visited only free zone divided into paid and free zones, since the last time you enter pay zone. I want people who are wasting SABO to know its significance.
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  • The last day arrived at Tateyama trip, local evening drizzle. Next day morning and wrapped fog in the area, bound for murodo-abandoned. In the worrying about whether spending time where we became the "wandering people" of the couple. Tateyama station in the morning is the most visible people. Hand map in the Office had no choice but went to the Museum. Museum stand though, a little hard to find, and "Caldera + SABO" mono mono and was a property interest in it. This is divided into the paid space with free facilities. Time we visited, though I didn't expect much in the crush, of course on the free course. The exhibits there Tateyama said the case of the panoramic model of the foot area and aerial view of big photographs, Bandai mountain and Mount Fuji volcano collapse panel. We are interested in this area, giving me questions to the person in charge at the entrance to the study. Did you know that (hietsu earthquake, estimated M7.1) earthquake struck the Toyama region at the end of the Edo period (1858) in the question and answer, caused "massive landslides" in the foothills of Mt. Tateyama, large amounts of debris flows down the joganji River, Toyama City and surrounding areas hit (" Tobi landslides ' of events). Two at this time, was at the foot of Mt. Tateyama mountains the jōganji River basin is filled with large amounts of sediment. Could some dammed Lake after they collapsed and said downstream flows down muddy. Toyama clan was a clan of the Kaga clan, have experienced such disasters. As soon as satisfied and said no wonder Caldera sediment control Museum. Trains return to the Toyama City (Toyama chiho railway) through the overlapping three large dams made jōganji River from a bridge in the Middle, look where (slow). (See the attached photo) and was once again staring this magnificent sight.
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Where to stay in Tateyama-machi

Most visitors staying in Tateyama-machi opt for accommodations near the alpine route and Mount Tate, although a few options--mostly three-star hotels--lie in the small town, near the train station. A couple of mid-range and upscale hotels dot the foothills and slopes of the mountain, boasting onsite spas and hot spring bathhouses, as well as scenic alpine views. Alternatively, you can choose to stay in the nearby, larger city of Toyama, and make a day trip to Tateyama-machi.
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