The largest hall, Takine Goten (Takine Hall), is absolutely breathtaking. The "Tsuki no Sekai," (The Moon World), the first of its kind in Japan to use a stage light control system in a limestone cave, recreates the sunrise and sunset, creating a fantastic mood. Stalactites "Kinoko Iwa" (Mushroom Rock), "Silver Frost" (Juhyo) and "Christmas Tree," are also worth a closer look.
In the Discovery Course, you can enjoy an adventure that involves an experience of crouching down or crossing a log bridge to maneuver through the natural formations.
This beautifully illuminated cave is also a great date spot and has been selected as a sacred place for lovers; ring the "vow bell" on the way to the cave for a memorable moment.
The temperature in the cave is around 15 degrees Celsius throughout the year, so be sure to dress appropriately. A jacket is recommended in the summer. The surface is slippery so wear appropriate footwear.
At Rest House Kamayama, you can enjoy a meal and buy original products including Abukuma Lotion and Wine Salt.
- Adults (high school students or older): 1,200 yen
Junior high school students: 800 yen
Elementary school students: 600 yen
- Opening Times
- 8:30-17:00 (subject to change depending on the season)
*Accepting sign-ups for the Discovery Course until 90 minutes before closing
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