The observation deck offers a Michelin-rated panoramic view over the town as well as out onto the Maruyama River and Sea of Japan.
This ancient temple was built in 738. At the foot of the mountain is the temple gate and Yakushido hall, while the main temple is located at the ropeway’s middle station.
There is a hiking course from the foot of the temple gate leading up to the main temple located at the middle station of the ropeway. The hike takes about 20 minutes.
The goal is to hit the target with your clay discs. They say if you are able to hit the target, then your wishes will come true.
- Business Hours
Open from 9:10am to 4:50pm Mon.-Sun.
Last ride up is at 4:30pm. Last ride down is at 4:50pm and 5:10pm.
- Holidays / Closed
- Second and fourth Thursday of the month
- 0796-32-2530 (Japanese Only)
- 806 Yushima, Kinosaki-cho, Toyooka, Hyogo Prefecture
- Average Price Range
Round trip to summit 910 yen (460 yen/child)
Round trip to middle station 570 yen (280 yen/child)
One way to summit 470 yen (240 yen/child)
One way to middle station 290 yen (150 yen/child)
- Language Support
Limited availability of English speaking staff
The view from Mount Daishi at the top of Kinosaki Ropeway was awarded one star in the Michelin Green Guide Japan as a spectacular view.
Midway up the ropeway at the intermediate station, is the patron temple of Kinosaki Onsen, Onsenji Temple. When Kinosaki Onsen was first established, it was a well-known rule that one must first travel up the mountain to the Onsenji Temple before entering any of the hot springs. Here they had to learn the proper method of entering the hot springs, pray for permission and received a special ladle to be used in the hot springs.