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Mt Inasa 稲佐山

Mount Inasayama
Mount Inasayama

Take in the twilight views of Nagasaki City

Ranked among the three best night views in Japan, Mt. Inasa is a not to be missed when in Nagasaki .

How to Get There

Mt. Inasa is accessible by bus or by car.

From Nagasaki Station, get on the bus no. 3 or 4 and get off at Ropeway-mae stop. From there it's a two-minute walk to the Nagasaki Ropeway's Fuchi-jinja Station. Catch the ropeway to the top.

For a one-way ride on the ropeway, it will cost you 720 yen, while a return ticket is 1,230 yen. The view from the cable car is absolutely worth the fare.

If you have a car, driving may be an easier choice. Bear in mind that parking spaces are limited and may be full on busier days.

From Fuchi-jinja Shine you can also walk up Inasayama. This usually takes 50 minutes. Be careful, however, as it is not advised to walk this trail at night on account of wildlife.

Quick Facts

Sitting 333 meters above sea level, the observation deck offers a panoramic view of Nagasaki

On a clear day, you may even be able to see Mt. Unzen and the islands of Amakusa off into the distance, as well as Nagasaki's tranquil Goto Islands

The sun sets over Nagasaki

Watch Nagasaki come to life under the setting sun as lights begin to twinkle all over the city.

End your night with an onsen

Across the mountain from Mt. Inasa, is Fuku no Yu, Nagasaki City's most popular hot spring. Offering a beautiful view of Nagasaki, there truly is no better way to unwind after a long day. The onsen facility also has a sauna.

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