Kinosaki Onsen Ropeway

Measuring 676 m long, Kinosaki Onsen Ropeway takes you from Kinosaki Onsen Station, through Onsenji Temple, to the terminal station, Daishi summit station. It takes approx. 7 min to reach the summit. At the Onsenji station in the middle, you can visit "Onsenji temple" where the Buddhist statue of the Goddess of Mercy stands. In fact, this statue is recognized as Japan's important cultural property. At the Daishi summit station, you can enjoy the view of the hot spring city of Kinosaki Onsen and Sea of Japan. In addition, there are many facilities, including a cafe where you can taste Japanese sweets.

Address
806-1 Kinosakicho yushima, Toyooka-shi, Hyogo
Contact No.
+81-796-32-2530
Access
20 min walk from JR Kinosaki Onsen Station
Opening Hours / Holidays
9:10‐16:50, ropeway leaves at 10 min, 30 min, 50 min every hour (ropeway that leaves at 12:30 only runs on Sunday and national holidays)
Closed on the second and the fourth Thursday (Runs if it's a national holiday)
Official Website
http://kinosaki-ropeway.jp/index.html
Time Required
90 min
Admission fee
Round trip to the summit: adults 900 yen, children 450 yen
Other Information
Wi-Fi available * English, Chinese and Korean brochure available

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:Trip Advisor

The view from the summit received one Michelin star!

At the Daishi summit station, there is an observatory deck where you can look over the hot spring city of Kinosaki Onsen and Sea of Japan. In fact, the view from this place received one star in the Michelin Green Guide. Enjoy the beautiful view that changes its appearance in each season.

Source:Mr.定時 / PIXTA

Stop by at Onsenji station

It is rare that a ropeway stops in the middle of its way. On this ropeway, you can get off at Onsenji Station to visit the 1300-year-old main hall of Onsenji temple which is chosen as Japan's important cultural property. As you go through the gate of the ropeway station, don't be surprised to see a statue of Buddha in front of the station. Next to the temple, Kinosaki Museum is situated. You should definitely drop by at this station.

Source:Trip Advisor

Source:きや箱

Relax at Yakushi Pocket Park

Near the ropeway station, a foot bath is situated in Yakushi Pocket Park. In addition, you can also enjoy hot spring eggs, original coffee, local beer, seasonal gelato after taking a foot bath at "Kinosaki Gelato Cafe" nearby.

Source:食べログ

Source:SHIRO / PIXTA

Kinosaki Onsen Ropeway

Measuring 676 m long, Kinosaki Onsen Ropeway takes you from Kinosaki Onsen Station, through Onsenji Temple, to the terminal station, Daishi summit station. It takes approx. 7 min to reach the summit. At the Onsenji station in the middle, you can visit "Onsenji temple" where the Buddhist statue of the Goddess of Mercy stands. In fact, this statue is recognized as Japan's important cultural property. At the Daishi summit station, you can enjoy the view of the hot spring city of Kinosaki Onsen and Sea of Japan. In addition, there are many facilities, including a cafe where you can taste Japanese sweets.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:Trip Advisor

The view from the summit received one Michelin star!

At the Daishi summit station, there is an observatory deck where you can look over the hot spring city of Kinosaki Onsen and Sea of Japan. In fact, the view from this place received one star in the Michelin Green Guide. Enjoy the beautiful view that changes its appearance in each season.

Source:Mr.定時 / PIXTA

Stop by at Onsenji station

It is rare that a ropeway stops in the middle of its way. On this ropeway, you can get off at Onsenji Station to visit the 1300-year-old main hall of Onsenji temple which is chosen as Japan's important cultural property. As you go through the gate of the ropeway station, don't be surprised to see a statue of Buddha in front of the station. Next to the temple, Kinosaki Museum is situated. You should definitely drop by at this station.

Source:Trip Advisor

Source:きや箱

Relax at Yakushi Pocket Park

Near the ropeway station, a foot bath is situated in Yakushi Pocket Park. In addition, you can also enjoy hot spring eggs, original coffee, local beer, seasonal gelato after taking a foot bath at "Kinosaki Gelato Cafe" nearby.

Source:食べログ

Source:SHIRO / PIXTA