Autumn Colors at Mount Gozaisho


view from the garden resort downhill

We rode the cable car through the ropeway and enjoyed the mountains magnifiscence as we feast our eyes of the beautiful scenery. Felt so close to nature,  was amazed how beautiful the leafchanging process could be! I Praise God for a touch of heaven that very moment!




It was our wedding anniversary celebration that made us decide to climb the ropeway to Mount Gozaisho. Known for its winter sports fun and the glorious view of the mountains, we wrapped ourselves  up in preparation for the coldness we are about to endure (it was November and winter just started)


a bridge can be seen as we approach the entrance to the resort


a superhero pose with my little hero,capturing the colorful mountain behind



                                           inside the cable car,green colored background of the summit                                                     



Mount Gozaisho offers hiking, ski sports during winter and of course,take that break with the  Yunoyama Onsen that will surely complete your day! Said to be the Japan's longest ropeway and also  very popular for the hanami viewing during spring . .

If you go by train, get to Yunoyama Onsen station on the Kintetsu Yunoyama Line. First get to Kintetsu Yokkaichi and transfer to Yunoyama Onsen Station.
By car, take Route 477 west from the Yokkaichi Intercahnge on the Higashi Meihan. Drive through Komono and after passing through the town make sure follow signs for Yunoyama Onsen.

For more information, check their website 
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Very informative post! Your shared information is very helpful for all blog readers and those who want to visit this place. After reading your post I also have decided to visit this region in coming autumn season after my nyc niagara tours with my family. I think it is a nice place for a family trip.

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I am glad I helped you with the information posted here and even considered this on your next trip. Japan has a lot to offer, with the rich history and culture I am sure you'll gonna love roaming around.

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