A Ninja Training Ground

In a canyon stretching about four kilometers across exists a number of waterfalls and hiking courses, various wild animal species and in particular a giant salamander that is oft-referred to as a "Living Rock". This area has been selected as one of Japan's greatest natural areas for its waterfalls, forest and hiking trails. It was once a training ground for ninja. Visitors can even rent ninja garb to wear as they traverse the the canyon.

Address 861-1 Nagasaka, Akame, Nabari, Mie Prefecture 518-0469
Directions Others
Kintetsu Nagoya Limited Express (platform 4 or 5) from Nagoya to Ise Nakagawa (1h)
Kintetsu Osaka Limited Express (platform 5) Ise Nakagawa to Nabari (30m) 
Kintetsu Osaka Limited Express(platform 3 or 4 ) Nagari to Akameguchi (2m)
Mie Kotsu Bus Akame Line from Akameguchi to Akame taki (10m)

Business hours
April to November 9:00am-5:00pm
December to March 9:30am-4:30pm
Holidays
12/29–1/3
Contact TEL:0595−64-2695
Wi-Fi Available
Credit card payment
Visa, MasterCard, AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB+AK46
Admission
Admissions 
Adults ¥400
Elementary and Junior High ¥200
Ninjya training session (including admissions,4yrs and up, advanced reservation required)
Adults (including Ninjya costume rental) ¥2,000
Kids (under 12, including Ninjya costume rental) ¥1,700
Kids(under 6, including Ninjya costume rental) ¥1,550
Average visit length 2 hours -half day (Ninjya training session, 90 minutes)
Websites Official Site http://ninja-valley.com/

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