Mt. Tsukuba Ropeway Stardust Cruising, A Walk through the Night Sky

Mt. Tsukuba Ropeway Stardust Cruising, A Walk through the Night Sky

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Skywalk information site of stardust cruising Tsukubasan Ropeway night

Ibaraki | 1, Tsukuba, Tsukuba-shi Tsukubasan Ropeway Tsutsujigaoka Station

From the top of Mt, Tsukuba, known as the sacred mountain of Kanto region, one of the 100 highest mountains of Japan, visitors can enjoy the night view of the Kanto Plain at a distance in addition to the night view of the Tokyo Tower and the center of Tokyo City. In particular, as in December the air is clear, the night view glitters like a sky full of stars. Special events are held periodically. Come and enjoy your wonderful time this winter at the summit of Mt, Tsukuba.

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Basic information

Access (railroad) "Tsutsujigaoka" gets off Tsukuba Express Tsukuba Station for going straight Mount Tsukuba shuttle bus about 50 minutes
Access (car) It is about 40 minutes from either of Joban Expressway Tsuchiura north IC, Beiguan way to the east Sakuragawa Chikusei IC, Metropolitan Inter-City Expressway Tsukuba center IC
Parking lot Pay
Reference Tsukubasan Ropeway Tsutsujigaoka Station 029-866-0945
Tsukuba sightseeing railroad 029-866-0611
Crowd of usual About 20,000 people
Holding time Saturdays, Sundays and holidays until from Saturday, October 5, 2019 to Sunday, March 1, 2020 ※We will hold the last day of the year (12/31) and the beginning of the year (1/1) only in the daytime on weekdays on December 30 for business, from 21 to 25 on December.
From October to December: 17:00-21:00, from January to March 1: 17:00-20:00 (it travels every 20 minutes)
Type and the number of lights LED1 ten thousand unit
Catch phrase Fantasy of light to look around "night view inheritance of Japan" Kanto plains

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