Welcome to Amanohashidate


Otherwise the region is pretty spread out, and while there are buses, a rental car will save you time. Train service stops only near the main entrance to Amanohashidate. Amanohashidate is part of Miyazu City. Central Miyazu, about 5km east, has some inns, restaurants and a multistorey shopping centre with restaurants and a supermarket.


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$89.68 Day Trips & Excursions

Full-Day Kyoto Tour from Osaka Including Amanohashidate

Visit 3 popular sightseeing spots in Kyoto on this full-day tour from Osaka. Your day will start at the designed meeting place in Osaka, where you will meet with your tour conductor. After getting on the tour bus, you will head to Amanohashidate, which means "the heavenly bridge" in Japanese. It will take around 2.5 hours to get there. Amanohashidate is a sandbar stretching along Miyazu Bay. You will take a monorail ride or a chairlift to the mountaintop, from where you will be able to enjoy a sweeping view of Amanohashidate. Afterwards, you will eat as much seafood as you like at one of the restaurants in the area for about 50 minutes. The buffet includes salmon roe, sea urchin, salmon, sea bream, squid rice bowl, scallop, shrimp, octopus, crab, conger eel, egg sushi, yellowtail, sweet shrimp, squid, smoked salmon sashimi, grilled fish and Yakitori (skewered chicken)! You will have 110 minutes in total (including lift or monorail ride and strolling time) to spend in Amanohashidate.*Contents of the lunch menu might change depending on the availability. Also a substitute set meal (not a buffet style) can be prepared for vegetarians. If you don't eat raw fish, a separate hotpot with dashi (soup stock) can be prepared to be shared with others for simmering the seafood. If such arrangement is needed, please inform us in the Special Preferences field at the time of booking, or by contacting us at least 5 days before departure.You will then continue your trip to the famous Ine no Funaya, also known as the "Venice of Japan" and included in the Preservation Districts for Groups of Traditional Buildings system. For the next 25 minutes, enjoy a boat ride and the magnificent view of Funaya houses with their boat garages lined up along the Ine Bay. The final stop on the tour is Miyama Kayabuki no Sato. Here, you can take your time to stroll around the village and to take photos of traditional Japanese unspoiled landscape with thatched roof farmhouses, also listed as part of the Preservation Districts for Groups of Traditional Buildings system, for about 50 minutes before heading back to Osaka. The approximate arrival time is between 6:30-7:30 pm.

$89.68 Day Trips & Excursions

Full-Day Kyoto Tour Including Amanohashidate from Kyoto

Visit 3 popular sightseeing spots in Kyoto on this full-day tour from Kyoto. Your day will start at the designed meeting place in Kyoto, where you will meet with your tour conductor. After getting on the tour bus, you will head to Amanohashidate, which means "the heavenly bridge" in Japanese. It will take around 2.5 hours to get there. Amanohashidate is a sandbar stretching along Miyazu Bay. You will take a monorail ride or a chairlift to the mountaintop, from where you will be able to enjoy a sweeping view of Amanohashidate.  Afterwards, you will eat as much seafood as you like at one of the restaurants in the area for about 50 minutes. The buffet includes salmon roe, sea urchin, salmon, sea bream, squid rice bowl, scallop, shrimp, octopus, crab, conger eel, egg sushi, yellowtail, sweet shrimp, squid, smoked salmon sashimi, grilled fish and Yakitori (skewered chicken)! You will have 110 minutes in total (including lift or monorail ride and strolling time) to spend in Amanohashidate.*Contents of the lunch menu might change depending on the availability. Also a substitute set meal (not a buffet style) can be prepared for vegetarians. If you don't eat raw fish, a separate hotpot with dashi (soup stock) can be prepared to be shared with others for simmering the seafood. If such arrangement is needed, please inform us in the Special Preferences field at the time of booking, or by contacting us at least 5 days before departure.You will then continue your trip to the famous Ine no Funaya, also known as the "Venice of Japan" and included in the Preservation Districts for Groups of Traditional Buildings system. For the next 25 minutes, enjoy a boat ride and the magnificent view of Funaya houses with their boat garages lined up along the Ine Bay. The final stop on the tour is Miyama Kayabuki no Sato. Here, you can take your time to stroll around the village and to take photos of traditional Japanese unspoiled landscape with thatched roof farmhouses, also listed as part of the Preservation Districts for Groups of Traditional Buildings system, for about 50 minutes before heading back to Kyoto. The approximate arrival time is between 6:30-7:30 pm.