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The reason for the 3 stars is generally for the lack of English description. If not, I will give 4 as the lighting is great inside unlike some others, signage is good and the route is not slippery.
There is also a museum and a...More
We came here due to good recommendation by Skyyer but considered a disappointed trip there.
Basically there was nothing to see but just some rocks inside the cave. It was so different from what we physically saw compared with the photos which there were some...More
The visit comprises of a historical museum and the limestone cave. We rushed to visit the cave and thought we could go back to visit the historical museum, unfortunately, the exit lead us away from the attached museum. We missed it. The cave itself is...More
The cave is fairly uninteresting - I've seen more interesting ones in other parts of Japan (and in other parts of the world). However, before the cave there is a collection of various relics, riches and ornate models, many of which are stunningly designed. If...More
First you can see the collection of a rich old man who collected a bunch of random stuff (gold, fossils, Noh masks...). Then it's into the caves, which are cold and wet. It's almost like it's raining in there sometimes! Be ready!
You walk up...More
The place offers a nice walk, first through a museum then through caves.
The museum is completely random (within the same room you discuss politics, weapons, animals, arts, architecture, history...). The caves are well arranged with (unnecessary?) colorful lights.
If you go there for a...More
We where on our way to Shinhotaka Ropeway via car and passed by the caves.
We decided to take a detour and stop over at the caves.
This was a wise choice the caves are amazing. There a a total of three levels that you...More
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You can take a bus from JR Takayama Station, which is called Takayama Bus center to Shonyudo Irigichi. There is the information center at Takayama Bus center that you can ask questions. The shuttle bus will come to pick up... More
You can take a bus from JR Takayama Station, which is called Takayama Bus center to Shonyudo Irigichi. There is the information center at Takayama Bus center that you can ask questions. The shuttle bus will come to pick up and drop off hourly. Sorry, TripAdvisor doesn't let me include the HTML but you can check the bus schedule on their web site. The highlighted in yellow on the schedule is from/to Shonyudo Iriguchi.