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Ginzandaira Highland
Uonuma City
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Surrounded by majestic mountains
Ginzandaira is surrounded by the majestic peaks of Mt. Echigokomagatake and Mt. Arasawadake. Aside from lodgings, there are also campsites and bathing facilities, and hiking trails through the forest park are provided.
The suggested season is spring and autumn .
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Address Ginzandaira, Uonuma city, Niigata prefecture
Telephone 025-792-7300
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Ginzandaira Highland  Mt. Arasawa
The mountain has steep cliff faces and its masculine shape has an imposing atmosphere. The outloo...
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B&B Avg.Price 9,100 - 16,900
Yumotosyouya Izumiyaryokan
B&B Avg.Price 9,870 - 13,110
Tomoya Hotel
B&B Avg.Price 12,000 - 22,000
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Around Ginzandaira Highland
How go get to Ginzandaira Highland
Take Joetsu Line from Echigoyuzawa Station, and get off at Urasa Station. Change buses toward to Okutadami .
Closest Bus Stop 0km from Ginzandaira Funatsukiba (UD14, UG18) Bus Stop
Car Access
From Tokyo 40 minutes from Koide IC on R352 and Okutadami Silver Line
From Niigata 40 minutes from Koide IC on R352 and Okutadami Silver Line
These facilities are close by
Ginzandaira Highland Camping
Refreshing camp, with the hot springs in the wilderness
Mt. Naka Arasawa Perpetual Snow
Perpetual snow and Alpine plants
Ginzandaira Hot Spring
Enjoy the majestic figure of Mt. Komagatake from the open-air bath
Mt. Arasawadake
Splendor mountain shape with cliff faces
Mt. Echigo komagatake Hiking ' Shioritouge' Trailhead
Shioritoge Pass
Winding road with good outlook, especially in autumn.
Lake Okutadami
Japan boasts one of the largest artificial lake reservoirs with a capacity of 600 million tons of water.
Okutadami Electric Power Museum
A fun way to learn about the mechanism of power generation