Kinkazan

Kinkazan is the pile of the altitude 329m in Gifu-shi, Gifu. Nature is left much and protected as a national forest and the wild life preservation ward in the Gifu-shi center. Kinkazan ropeway leads to a mountain top.

It’s symbol-like existence in Gifu-shi and is a place of citizen’s land mark and relaxation as well as Gifu park in the base. Because the night view is beautiful, there are a lot of visitors who visit as a date spot, too.

Address: Kinkazan, Gifu-shi, Gifu (GoogleMap)

Kinkazan

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Mount Kinkazan

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Mount Kinkazan 35.432404, 136.780681 Mount Kinkazan

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Gifu

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