Mt. Nokogiri

A saw-toothed mountain where you can enjoy nature walks and Buddhist culture

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The name of the mountain was derived from the saw-toothed shape carved into the cliffs due to the frequent mining of high-quality Boshu stone which took place from the Edo Era into modern times. There is a ropeway to get to the peak of the mountain and from the observation point, the ocean, the mountains and, if you are lucky, even Mt. Fuji can be viewed. Mt. Nokogiri has Nihon-ji Temple which attracts many visitors.
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Mt. Nokogiri Ropeway February 16th-November 15th 9am~5pm November 16th-February 15th 9am~4pm New Year’s Day 5:30am~ Closing days for Mt. Nokogiri Ropeway: The ropeway will be closed for about 1 week due to inspections held annually in mid-January
4052-1 Kanaya, Futtsu, Chiba
(0439) 69-2314

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