Japan's highest-alititude sightseeing limestone cave: a 250 million-year magic work of nature.
The cave is 800 meters long and divided into 3 parts. The cave was once at the bottom of the ocean hundreds of millions of years ago, you can find the coral fossils alongside limestone. In addition to corals, there are also traces primitive creatures from the seabed. Don't forget to check these spots out. There are also rare stalactites in the cave, which are as small as needles.

Address Hiyome, Nyukawacho, Takayama506-2256



Take the Nohi Bus from JR Takayama Station to Limestone Cave Station (30 minutes) and take the shuttle bus. (3 minutes)

Business hours

Apr–Oct. 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Dec–Mar. 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.


Open all year round





Credit card payment

MUFG Card/ DC/ UFJ Card/NicoS/Visa/Master Card/ JCB/American Express/Diners Club International/Discover/Union Pay

Supported languages



Adults (Highschools and up) ¥1,100,
Junior highschool and elementary school ¥550
Group (more than 20) Adults ¥900 Children ¥350

Average visit length

About 1 hour

Websites Official Site (JPN)https://www.syonyudo.com/

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