Kurobe-kyokoku Gorge

Travel Guide - Kurobe-kyokoku Gorge

Information

Kurobe-kyokoku Gorge, the deepest V-shaped gorge in Japan, is the route of the tram going through from Unazuki Onsen to Keyakidaira.
Along the line there are many places specializing in open-air baths such as Kuronagi and Kanetsuri.
During the 80 minutes of tram ride you can enjoy the panorama of the Northern Japan Alps.
It is highly recommended to book a tram ticket in advance.

Opening Hours

  • Tram (Unazuki Station): 7:30 - 15:30 *varies according to the season

Closed

  • Tram: December - April

Access / Public Transport

  • 5 minutes walk from Unazuki Onsen Station on the Toyama Chiho Railway Main Line, then board a tram at Unazuki Station on the Kurobe Gorge Railway.

Address / Location

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