Site sights in Tokushima
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Bizan means 'eyebrow' and the site surrounding the 280m-high summit raises the interest of most visitors to Tokushima. As you arrive at the foot of Bizan, at the southwestern end of Shinmachibashi-dōri, you pass Awa Odori Kaikan, which features extensive exhibits relating to the Awa-odori Matsuri and dance. The dance is performed at 2pm, 3pm and 4pm daily (with an additional performance at 11am on weekends), with a nightly performance at 8pm (afternoon/evening performances ¥500/700). From the 5th floor, a cable car whizzes you to the top of Bizan for fine views over the city. A combined ticket covering the museum, cable car and dance show is ¥1500.