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Updated:September 17, 2014

Mt. Nokogiriyama & Tokyo Bay Ferry

You will shout “Yee-ha” at the sight of the Japan’s largest Buddha statue and the sunset seen from the ferry!

JR Chiba Sta. or JR Kisarazu Sta.

80 min. by JR Uchibo Line

JR Hamakanaya Sta.


Nokogiriyama Ropeway Sta.


Mountaintop Sta.

Mt. Nokogiriyama & Nihonji Temple

Mt. Nokogiriyama is the sawtoothed mountain whose view from the cliff is thrilling. There, you can also visit the Japan's largest Buddha statue.


Nokogiriyama Ropeway Sta

Nokogiriyama Ropeway



Kanaya Shrine

Built in 720, it was dedicated to the main guardian gods of Kanaya area.

15 min.

The Fish

A large facility consisting of restaurant and souvenir shops.


Kanaya Art Museum

Art works of Wood Block Prints etc.


Kanaya Port

35 min. By The Tokyo Bay Ferry

Tokyo Bay Ferry

With a 40-minute comfortable cruising, you can cross Tokyo Bay.

Kurihama Port


Keiyu Kurihama Sta.

Keiyu Line for Oshiage

Keikyu Yokohama Sta.

*You can move by JR Express Train from Hamakanaya Sta. to Tokyo Sta. (approx. 80 min)