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Mt. Bizan, Tokushima

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Take the ropeway to the top of Mt. Bizan, which, at 280 m (920 ft) , affords panoramic views across the city below. After a short ascent you'll arrive at Bizan garden, and brief stroll leads to the viewing point. Look for the Burmese pagoda, built to honor the soldiers fallen in World War II. On a clear day you can see Awaji Island to the north, and a nighttime visit reveals vibrant illuminations across the peak, as well as the twinkling lights of the cityscape. Stop in the onsite cafe at the top for refreshment. To visit Mt. Bizan on your trip to Tokushima, use our Tokushima vacation trip planner.
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  • Atop Mt. Bizan affords one an extensive view over Tokushima and beyond. In summer there are beer gardens and in winter its nice to walk up and warm up to enjoy the view when you get there. 
  • Ropeway, not go by car from Mt. bizan Park, went up to the observation deck. Walk from the parking lot, was immediate. Tokushima city is, of course, good looks Naruto Kaikyo Bridge, prospect at best. I think that the place where you want to go once.
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  • Friends of Taiwan came to Tokushima. Tokushima City Guide first, always here mayu-Yama Summit. No difference was seen by elapsed time and above all prior to sunset and sunset views, I've gotten very. Tokushima city, start with light and views is difficult compared to what beauty is. (From the mountain on the East side) and so beautiful sunsets on the West side at the same time. Climbing up by ropeway from the Awa Odori dance hall is required.
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